Fri. Jan 21st, 2022

(1) The 2007 Hyundai Sonata

The 2007 Sonata is the smaller of Hyundai’s two midsize sedans. It comes in three models: a) The Sonata Limited trim is the top-of-the-line trim and has a 235-hp V6 and a 5-speed automatic transmission, as well as heated front seats, automatic climate control, and fine leather upholstery. b) The Sonata SE also has a 235-hp V6 and a 5-speed automatic transmission. c) The Sonata GLS has 162 hp 4-cylinder and a choice of 4-speed automatic or 5-speed manual transmission. All models are equipped with ABS and anti-skid / traction control, as well as front and side curtain airbags.

While the old version reminded many car customers of a Jaguar in terms of style, the 2007 version looks even better, with a headlight that resembles an Audi and a rear end that looks like an Accord. The slim roof pillars and the upright driver’s position also contribute to its aesthetic value. The 2007 Sonata is also a larger, sharper, and more technologically advanced version than the 2006 model. Overall, the Sonata’s advantage over other cars in its class, such as the Honda Accord, Toyota Camry, and Nissan Altima, is that it combines comfort. , spaciousness, sophisticated design and reliable performance, as well as a reasonable price.

(2) The Hyundai accent

The completely redesigned new Hyundai Accent 3-door hatchback is a welcome addition to the 4-door sedan introduced in 2006. Compared to the sedan, the Accent is a sportier ride in terms of looks and performance. It also has side curtain airbags, which are a rare feature in vehicles of this size and price range.

The 2007 Accent has excellent handling, an attractive European-style hatch, and strong safety equipment. Sold in GE and SE trims, the Accent appears small on the outside but surprisingly spacious on the inside, both front and rear. Its excellent fuel economy makes it an ideal choice for urban drivers, especially where gas costs up to $ 6 / gallon. Many have commented that the 2007 Accent 3-door is even more attractive than the 2006 Accent 4-door sedan introduced last year. The 2007 model brings back memories of either the Honda Civic CX 3-door hatch from the mid-1990s or the General Motors Opel Corsa that is so popular these days in Europe.

(3) The Hyundai Elantra

Many automotive observers consider the 2007 Hyundai Elantra a worthy challenger for the subcompact sedan arena, which features models such as the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla and Nissan Sentra. It’s competitive in terms of safety, spaciousness, and overall driving experience and may have a slight edge in value and warranty coverage. However, his conservative style should catch up with the rest in this field.

The 2007 Elantra has airbags galore in both the front seat-mounted and roof-mounted side curtains, and that’s for the front and rear seats. It also has antilock brakes and four-wheel disc brakes that are much better than the disc brakes in the front and the drum brakes in the rear of its competitors.

(4) The Hyundai Tiburon

The Tiburon has been redesigned for 2007 and now features headlamps at the bottom, a hallmark of more conventional Japanese models, as well as revised taillights and chrome exhaust tips. It also has a new wedge-shaped, more conventional-looking sheet metal frame that’s a far cry from the weird-looking, curvy Tiburon model first introduced in the US in 1997.

The top-of-the-line Tiburon SE’s handling has also been optimized to make it smoother and more appealing to enthusiasts.

(5) The Hyundai Santa Fe

With the unibody construction of a car rather than the traditional body-on-frame construction of a truck, the Hyundai Santa Fe looks more like a “crossover SUV.” The 2007 version has been completely redesigned and is now bigger and better, boasting more power, more legroom and a more sophisticated styling.

Unlike last year’s model, the 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe blends naturally into the suburbs. Its new third row of seats is the 2007 Santa Fe to accommodate up to seven passengers. It also offers better fuel economy and power, whether it’s the GLS, SE or Limited trim.

(6) The Hyundai Azera

This year’s Azera has benefited from minor changes to the interior details to increase its aesthetic value. It’s actually a holdover from last year’s model and features the standard 3.8-liter, V6, 263 horsepower engine and 5-speed automatic transmission with overdrive. This 4-door, 5-passenger family sedan is available in 4 trims, from the SE to the Limited XM.

(7) The Hyundai Tucson

The Tucson is another of Hyundai’s most respected cars of 2007, especially since the 2006 Tucson won the prestigious JD Power and Associates award for “Highest Rated Multi-Activity Vehicle in Starting Quality” despite only being in its second year of operation. production.

According to a study of more than 63,000 new car owners, the Tucson, on average, outperformed its competitors in the multi-activity vehicle (MAV) segment in six of eight categories. Overall, Tucson posted scores that were 23 percent better than the category average. It also received high marks for its safety technology, electronic stability control, curtain airbags and for offering a choice between front-wheel drive and four-wheel drive.

(8) Hyundai’s entourage

In terms of standard safety features, the Hyundai Entourage is far above the other minivans available on the market today – it’s no wonder the 2007 Entourage scored the highest and best in crash tests from the Insurance Institute. for Highway Safety for a minivans.

Entourage’s safety and comfort features include six airbags, standard ABS, standard electronic stability control, and standard active headrests. Plus, the Entourage has plenty of room to spare, including seating for seven and a massive cargo space.

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