Hyundai Sonata Window Tinting

Hyundai Sonata at Tint Magic Coral Springs

Hyundai Sonata Window Tinting at Tint Magic Coral Springs

Hyundai Sonata Window Tinting at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs, we use computerized cutting  system pre-cut films before placing it on glass. Call us for a free estimate! 954-840-7883

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About Hyundai Sonata:

Styled at Hyundai’s Irvine, California, studio, the Sonata boasts striking sheetmetal that takes a few subtle cues from the sporty, coupe-like look of the first-generation Mercedes Benz C Class. The curvy and organic overall shape is an example of the “fluidic sculpture 2.0” design language that has become a hallmark of recent Hyundai models.

The attractive look continues inside, where a squared-off design allows for a larger center console and a more convenient switchgear placement. Fit and finish is excellent, although material quality is only average and rear seat passengers will find somewhat limited headroom due to the fast roofline. Passenger space is more than adequate in most other respects, and Hyundai’s mid-sizer offers 16.3 cubic feet of cargo space.

The Sonata is offered with Hyundai’s Blue Link telematics service, which can be spec’d to provide voice text messaging, point-of-interest web search and download, and automatic collision notification in addition to traffic, weather, restaurant and nearby gas station information. A dedicated application can transform a compatible smartphone into a remote control that can be used to turn the car on and off, turn on the rear defroster or set the climate control settings, functions that owners in cold climates will be sure to appreciate.


Hyundai Genesis 2016

Hyundai Genesis

Hyundai Genesis 2016

Striking the right balance of design, luxury, and performance, the Genesis represents a lot of car for the money. Under the hood is a 311-hp V-6 with rear-wheel drive; all-wheel drive is optional. If you want more performance, a 420-hp V-8 with rear-drive is available; an eight-speed automatic is standard on all. Blue Link works with smartwatches and phones for remote start and other functions. With supportive seats and a handsome interior, the Genesis is worth a look.

In the early 1980s, the band Genesis pulled off one of the most difficult feats in show business: turning a critically revered nerd-rock outfit with lukewarm U.S. sales into a multi-platinum-selling household name. By the end of the decade, the band’s place in pop culture was secured. In the automotive realm, Hyundai built its domestic following on the back of economical transportation devices—minus the critical acclaim—and is now hoping its excellent Genesis sedan will find a ubiquitous place in the consciousness of luxury-sedan buyers.

The results are tangible: Broken and pitted pavement that caused the previous car to go weak in the knees is handled adroitly, the independent front and rear suspension soaking up bumps and keeping even harsh impacts well isolated. The steering is nicely matched to this sedan’s luxury mission. Weighty, direct at 2.5 turns lock-to-lock, and devoid of twitchiness, it offers linear response and decent on-center feel. It does, however, lack the feedback we’d prefer in spirited maneuvering.