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New car diary for Hyundai Sonata

Make: Hyundai

Model: Sonata - N-Line

Released: Mar 2021

The hottest Hyundai Sonata to date has arrived Down Under with the new 213kW/422Nm N-Line checking in from $50,990 plus on-roads.

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Make: Hyundai

Model: Sonata

Released: Oct 2017

Hyundai will give its Sonata mid-sizer a facelift, which includes a fresh nose, upgraded interior and a new eight-speed automatic transmission. The rear-end sees 'Sonata' spelt out across the breadth of the bootlid.
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Make: Hyundai

Model: Sonata

Released: Feb 2015

After a few delays, the Sonata nameplate will return to Australia to compete in the mid-size sedan segment. Selling alongside the smaller i40 range, the Sonata will remain a sedan and petrol-only model.
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Make: Hyundai

Model: Sonata

Released: May 2010

Hyundai’s new generation YF Sonata (a nameplate it won't wear in Australia) is expected here by mid-2010. HMC’s biggest-selling car in South Korea - but one which struggles in Australia against the Toyota Camry and Mazda6 - will be powered by a new 150kW 2.4 Theta II GDI engine.
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Make: Hyundai

Model: Sonata

Released: Jun 2008

Hyundai hopes to shake up the medium-sized sedan segment with a revised Sonata range due mid-year. Featuring fresh exterior and interior styling updates, the range will include a new 2.0-litre turbo-diesel engine generating 110kW and 305Nm and achieving fuel economy of 6.0L/100km.
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Make: Hyundai

Model: Sonata

Released: Dec 2004

An all-new Sonata sedan is due to be released by Hyundai in late 2004, featuring the existing 2.7-litre V6 and a new 2.4-litre four-cylinder. The latter is the first in a new series of "Theta" alloy engines - which also includes 1.8 and 2.0-litre varieties - that will also go into Mitsubishi and Chrysler cars.
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