Hyundai Motor America has announced pricing for its all-new Sonata Hybrid, featuring Hybrid Blue Drive technology and lithium-polymer batteries. In keeping with Hyundais simplified approach to product packaging, the Sonata Hybrid comes in just two flavors from the factory the very well-equipped Sonata Hybrid at $25,795, and the incredibly well-equipped, tech-feature-packed Premium version at $30,795. Both deliver a segment-leading 40-mpg highway fuel economy rating, higher than any other mid-size sedan, hybrid or non-hybrid. In city driving, Sonata Hybrid delivers 35 mpg, yielding a 37 mpg combined city/highway rating from the EPA.
Sonata Hybrid is a key part of Hyundais industry-leading Blue Drive fuel efficiency strategy, which targets 50-mpg by 2025.
Sonata Hybrid is the third element of the game-changing 2011 Sonata product lineup.
Sonata Hybrid offers a segment-leading 40-mpg highway rating, which fits the driving pattern of most Americans, who drive about 57 percent of their miles in highway driving conditions.
Sonata Hybrid is powered by Hyundais all-new Hybrid Blue Drive system, featuring breakthrough lithium-polymer batteries.
Sonata Hybrid goes on sale in January.