Accord Owners Beware? Hyundai Sonata N Line First Test. There’s a new kid in school—who wants your lunch money.
Hyundai was kind enough to lend us a production-spec prototype Sonata N Line to put to the test. How does it hold up? Frankly, it's excellent.
With newfound power and torque, this Sonata slings to 60 mph in just 5.3 seconds.
Drivers are most likely to feel the difference in passing power. Hyundai's N-modified Sonata accelerates from 45 to 65 mph in 2.5 seconds compared to 2.8 in the Accord or Camry. The quarter mile flashes by in 13.9 seconds.
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First drive review: 2021 Hyundai Sonata N Line is a monster hiding in plain sight
I did not have high expectations for the new 2021 Hyundai Sonata N Line, in large part because I do not have high expectations for this class of car in general when it comes to performance. A day in the Sonata N Line proved me wrong. It’s an instantly baffling, entertaining, and excellent car.
Not many vehicles compete directly with the Sonata N Line on power and price. The two most notable examples are the Nissan Maxima and Toyota Camry TRD. But it’s hard to call them competitors because the Sonata N Line drives absolute circles around both of them.
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