2007 HYUNDAI SONATA GLS

Used Sedan - 2007 Hyundai Sonata GLS in Paterson, Nj

Price
$5,995
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    About This 2007 Hyundai Sonata GLS 
    Vehicle Location:
    Paterson, Nj
    Year:
    2007
    Make:
    Hyundai
    Model:
    Sonata GLS
    Price:
    $5,995 
    Condition:
    Used
    Mileage:
    90,349
    Body Style:
    Sedan
    Exterior Color:
     Golden Beige (Tan)
    Interior Color:
     Beige (Tan)
    Engine:
    4 Cylinder
    Transmission:
    Automatic
    Drivetrain:
    Front Wheel Drive
    Doors:
    Five Door
    VIN:

    Fuel Economy Estimates
    City MPG
    24
    Fuel Efficient Vehicle 30+ MPG
    Highway MPG
    34
    Combined MPG: 29 - Efficient 30+ MPG
    Estimated Monthly Fuel Cost: $81.47*
    *Based on $1.89 per gallon and 15k miles per year.
    Actual costs may vary.
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    No accident / damage reported to CARFAX 2 previous owners 12 Service history records Registered as a personal vehicle Last owned in Connecticut 90,330 Last reported odometer reading About us: Welcome to Silk City Auto Mall Inc. We are a family owned business established in 2011; having started our business with only a handful of Jeep Wranglers. Now, we have over 200 pre-owned cars and trucks in stock; the leading selection in the tristate area. From cars, trucks, pickups, service utility trucks, sports to luxury SUVs; you name it we got it! Don't see it? Just ask us and we'll make it our duty to acquire it for you! It is our firm pledge to our customers to keep them pleased. It is our job to make sure your car buying process is as speedy and hassle-free as possible. We have financing options to help fit each customer's needs! Bad credit, no credit, or first time car buyer? No problem! We're here to help! Silk City Auto Mall Inc. will get you into the vehicle you select with expertise and care to your necessities. Silk City Auto Mall Inc. has an expert and dependable service. We offer competitive pricing for your automotive wishes. Customer satisfaction is our utmost priority and our staff is dedicated to accomplishing this objective in every single aspect of our business. Trade ins are welcomed! We offer a special BUY HERE PAY HERE program. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us! Telephone: (877) 361-5678 Fax: (973) 333-3039 Email: info@silkcityautomall.com 290 Pennsylvania Ave. Paterson, NJ 07503 We are open 7 days a week! Mon - Sat 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM; Sundays 10 AM -5 PM Check our inventory at SILKCITYAUTOMALL.COM

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    Vehicle Options:

    • Air Filtration
    • Front Air Conditioning
    • Front Air Conditioning Zones: Single
    • Rear Vents: Second Row
    • Airbag Deactivation: Occupant Sensing Passenger
    • Front Airbags: Dual
    • Side Airbags: Front
    • Side Curtain Airbags: Front
    • Antenna Type: Element
    • In-dash Cd: Mp3 Playback
    • Radio: Am/fm
    • Total Speakers: 6
    • Abs: 4-wheel
    • Braking Assist
    • Electronic Brakeforce Distribution
    • Front Brake Diameter: 11.0
    • Front Brake Type: Ventilated Disc
    • Front Brake Width: 1.0
    • Rear Brake Diameter: 10.3
    • Rear Brake Type: Disc
    • Rear Brake Width: 0.4
    • Armrests: Rear Center Folding With Storage
    • Steering Wheel Trim: Leather
    • Center Console: Front Console With Storage
    • Cruise Control
    • Cupholders: Front
    • Multi-function Remote: Keyless Entry
    • One-touch Windows: 1
    • Overhead Console: Front
    • Power Outlet(s): 12v Cargo Area
    • Power Steering: Variable/speed-proportional
    • Reading Lights: Front
    • Steering Wheel Mounted Controls: Cruise Control
    • Steering Wheel: Tilt
    • Storage: Door Pockets
    • Vanity Mirrors: Dual Illuminating
    • Door Handle Color: Body-color
    • Front Bumper Color: Body-color
    • Grille Color: Body-color
    • Mirror Color: Body-color
    • Rear Bumper Color: Body-color
    • Clock
    • Gauge: Tachometer
    • Warnings And Reminders: Low Fuel Level
    • Side Mirror Adjustments: Power
    • Side Mirrors: Driver Side Only Heated
    • Active Head Restraints: Dual Front
    • Body Side Reinforcements: Side Impact Door Beams
    • Child Safety Door Locks
    • Child Seat Anchors: Latch System
    • Crumple Zones: Front
    • Emergency Interior Trunk Release
    • Energy Absorbing Steering Column
    • Hood Buckling Creases
    • Front Seatbelts: 3-point
    • Rear Seatbelts: 3-point
    • Seatbelt Force Limiters: Front
    • Seatbelt Pretensioners: Front
    • Driver Seat Manual Adjustments: 4
    • Front Headrests: Adjustable
    • Front Seat Type: Bucket
    • Passenger Seat Manual Adjustments: 4
    • Rear Headrests: Adjustable
    • Rear Seat Folding: Split
    • Rear Seat Type: Bench
    • Upholstery: Cloth
    • 2-stage Unlocking Doors
    • Anti-theft System: Alarm With Remote
    • Power Door Locks
    • Stability Control
    • Traction Control
    • Front Shock Type: Gas
    • Front Spring Type: Coil
    • Front Stabilizer Bar
    • Front Struts
    • Front Suspension Classification: Independent
    • Front Suspension Type: Double Wishbone
    • Rear Shock Type: Gas
    • Rear Spring Type: Coil
    • Rear Stabilizer Bar
    • Rear Suspension Classification: Independent
    • Rear Suspension Type: Multi-link
    • Spare Tire Mount Location: Inside
    • Spare Tire Size: Temporary
    • Spare Wheel Type: Steel
    • Tire Prefix
    • Tire Pressure Monitoring System
    • Tire Type: All Season
    • Wheel Covers: Full
    • Wheels: Steel
    • Front Wipers: Intermittent
    • Power Windows
    • Window Defogger: Rear
    • Gls 4a W/xm

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    2007 Hyundai Sonata GLS Review

    This car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale.
    2007 Hyundai Sonata GLS
    Mid-size sedan offers high value.

     

    Introduction
    There's a new player in the mid-size sedan market, and it's from Hyundai. Yes, Hyundai.

     

    The Hyundai Sonata was showered with media awards last year, when it was redesigned and launched as an all-new model for 2006. MotorWeek called the Sonata the 'Best Family Sedan,' Kiplinger's Personal Finance named it 'Best in Class,' Consumers Digest called it a 'Best Buy,' and Popular Mechanics gave it a 'Safety Excellence' award. Meanwhile, the Sonata finished among the top three mid-size cars in the 2006 J.D. Power and Associates Initial Quality Study. And the Sonata earned the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's five-star crash test rating for front and side impacts, the highest rating given.

     

    For the 2007 model year, the Sonata promises more content for less money. Retail prices have been lowered on the entry GLS models. A new Sonata SE comes standard with the 234-hp V6 engine and 17-inch wheels and tires, and a new top-of-the-line Limited model features a new chrome grille and an optional Infinity premium audio system.

     

    This second-generation Sonata is bigger, better equipped, more technologically advanced and sharper looking than the previous-generation (pre-2006) model. Exterior-wise, it competes primarily against the Honda Accord, Toyota Camry and Nissan Altima; and secondarily against the Chevrolet Malibu, Kia Optima and Ford Fusion. On the inside, however, the Sonata has moved up a class. Sonata is now a large car, with a full-size edge in creature comfort. It's roomier in almost every dimension than its mid-size competitors. Fit and finish are on a par with most others in the class.

     

    In terms of performance, Sonata now equals or bests comparably featured cars. The Hyundai Sonata is a four-door, five-passenger sedan, and comes with a choice of four-cylinder and V6 engines. As you'd expect, the Sonata is aggressively priced, positioned smack in the middle of the range of mid-size sedans.

     

    Lineup
    The 2007 Hyundai Sonata comes in three trim levels, GLS, SE, and Limited. The base engine is a 162-hp four-cylinder. The uplevel engine is a 234-hp V6. The four-cylinder is available with either a five-speed manual or a four-speed Shiftronic automatic. The V6 comes with the five-speed Shiftronic automatic introduced for 2006. Gone is last year's base-level Sonata GL.

     

    The GLS ($17,195) comes with the four-cylinder engine and manual transmission or four-speed automatic ($18,295). Air conditioning; cruise control; power outside mirrors; power windows; central locking with keyless remote; AM/FM/CD/MP3 stereo with six speakers; a leather-wrapped, tilt steering wheel; and 16-inch wheels come standard. XM Satellite Radio will be standard later in the model year. Option packages for the GLS add 17-inch tires with five-spoke aluminum wheels, fog lamps, and luxury features.

     

    The SE ($20,995) comes with the 3.3-liter V6 (with dual, chrome-tipped exhausts), five-speed Shiftronic automatic transmission, larger disc brakes, 17-inch alloy wheels fitted with lower-profile tires, solar-control glass, fog lights, chrome window belt moldings, driver's-seat lumbar support, steering wheel-mounted audio controls and a trip computer. Options include a power/tilt sunroof ($900), eight-way power driver's seat with electrochromic auto-dimming rearview mirror, HomeLink and compass ($550); or all of the above plus CD changer, MP3 player, subwoofer and amplifier ($1,950).

     

     

    The Limited ($22,995) is a fully equipped luxury model featuring leather seating surfaces, eight-way power driver's seat, heated front seats, automatic climate control with automatic Air Quality System (AQS), electrochromic auto-dimming rear view mirror with HomeLink and compass, telescoping steering wheel, and a sliding center armrest. A new chrome center-bar grille and chrome-accented exterior door handles identify Limited from the outside. The only option is an Ultimate Package ($1750) consisting of a power/tilt sunroof and an Infinity AM/FM/MP3/6-CD changer with six speakers, subwoofer and component amplifier.

     

    Safety features on all Sonatas include the mandatory dual-stage front-seat airbags; front-seat side-impact airbags for torso protection; and full-coverage side curtain airbags designed to provide head protection. Antilock brakes (ABS) with electronic brake-force distribution (EBD) and electronic stability control (ESC) with traction control come standard.

     

    Walkaround
    Design tastes are extremely volatile in the automotive world. A styling cue like an arched-eyebrow headlight treatment can go from eye-catching to invisible in a couple years. Or it can survive for decades and come to be accepted as a brand trademark, such as BMW's twin-kidney grille. The Hyundai Sonata hasn't yet found its signature trademark cues, but this new generation shows that its designers are looking in the right places.

     

    The Sonata's fascia is refreshingly clean and spare, with sharply angled headlight housings and a quiet, clean-cut grille topped with a sliver of chrome. Wide and deep openings beneath the front bumper provide a home for tightly focused fog lamps and visually pull the front end closer to the ground, while directing cooling air into the radiator. The striking, concave hood reduces the car's perceived mass without cramping the engine compartment.

     

    The side treatment avoids the all too common wedge look with an almost horizontal beltline riding above softly shouldered fenders and door panels. Mirrored Z-seams where the end corners of the bumpers meet the quarter panels add interest, while blacked-out window surrounds play down the tallish side glass. Extended C-pillars shorten the deck lid, which itself presents a rounded, gently sculpted profile vaguely reminiscent of the much maligned posterior posture of today's BMW sedans. The flat-flanged rims on the up-level 17-inch wheels suggest a high-end European import more than an affordable Asian nameplate.

     

    The taillight outlines repeat the headlight shapes and bookend a broad, trapezoidal license plate inset. Again, there's a hint of other cars' architecture, most notably contemporary Camrys and Accords. Sporty, California hot rod-idiom dual exhausts mark the V6-equipped models.

     

    Interior
    The interior of this newest Hyundai Sonata marks a major step up the quality ladder. The overall look is clearly competitive with most in the class and better than some. Some rough edges on a few plastic molds and a less-than-lustrous finish on some dash panels are the only shortcomings we noticed.

     

    A polished, hard-surfaced applique capped with a thin slice of chrome divides the upper and lower halves of the dash. The upper is a glare-absorbing dark color, the lower a space-enhancing light tone. The passenger airbag enclosure is seamless, mimicking the trend in higher-end midsize sedans.

     

    As with many modern cars, the stereo head is fully integrated into the dash, making difficult any aftermarket customizing of the sound system but adding an upscale touch. Air conditioner controls are mounted beneath the stereo, within the accent trim centered in the lower portion of the center stack. Stereo and air conditioner controls are substantial, finger-friendly, intuitive knobs and buttons, with status and selections clearly displayed in their respective LCDs.

     

    Three round dials in the hooded instrument cluster communicate the bare necessities of operational data to the driver. The largest is the speedometer, nestled inside a polished circle. To its left is the tachometer, to its right conjoined water temperature and fuel gauges. In the lower dash to the left of the steering column is a bank of five switch plugs, only two of which are employed in the U.S. version, one as an on/off for the ESC, the other the dash-light rheostat. Beyond that is a flip-down storage bin. The ignition key slides into a slot placed where it should be, in the dash to the right of the steering column instead of on the steering column itself. Easier and more elegant when starting or shutting off the car.

     

    All models get a leather-wrapped steering wheel. Redundant controls for the audio (optional on GLS, standard on SE and Limited) are appended to the lower left-side of the hub. They are arrayed somewhat oddly, with the mode selector on top and the volume controlled by the lower two, versus the more common approach of sandwiching the mode button between the volume controls. On the other side of the hub are the standard cruise controls, with a helpful Cancel function. Hyundai says the audio controls will be improved by the end of the model year.

     

    Outward visibility is good, although the wide C-pillars constrict quick, over-the-shoulder traffic checks for lane changing. Rear side windows roll all the way down, thanks to small, fixed, rear quarter windows that move the windows' rear tracks forward in the door, ahead of the wheel well. There's a roof-mounted, hinged assist handle inside every door.

     

    Seats are comfortable, with adequate bolstering for the style of driving to which the Sonata aspires. The standard cloth upholstery looks and feels durable; while the Limited's leather adds a touch of class without pretending to be luxurious. The height adjustment on the driver's seat, both manual and power, pivots on the seat's front mounts, which effectively moves the seat forward as it rises. This compels taller drivers to choose between rearward seat travel and forward sightline, not always a happy compromise. On the upside, this adds inches to rear-seat legroom behind the driver, one of the multitude of measures in which the '06 Sonata bests the competition. Among the primary competitors, the new Sonata comes in second only to the Honda Accord in front and rear headroom, and to the Toyota Camry in rear-seat headroom, and by a mere one- to three-tenths of an inch. And of the second-tier competitors, the Kia Optima alone betters the new Sonata and then only by three-tenths of an inch in front seat hip room.

     

    Rear seats are accommodating, with the bottom cushion in the center position only minimally higher than and nearly as well padded as the outboard positions. Both rear outboard seating positions have adjustable head restraints.

     

    Driving Impression
    Korea's car makers have been unabashedly frank about their lack of sophistication in engine technology and metallurgy. They've acknowledged they have some distance to make up to compete in both regards with the best of Japan and, of late, the U.S. and Europe. This latest Hyundai Sonata marks a major step forward in the engine department and more than a couple steps forward in weight reduction.

     

    Both of the 2007 Sonata's engines incorporate some of the latest developments in variable timing of intake valves, achieving the dual benefits of lower emissions and higher fuel efficiency. Both engines are rated LEVII ULEV (Ultra Low Emissions Vehicle) by the Environmental Protection Agency. Additionally, the V6 uses a variable-length intake manifold to fatten the torque curve and make more zip available over a broader range of engine speeds.

     

    Fuel economy for the four-cylinder GLS with manual transmission, as estimated by the EPA, is 24 miles per gallon in the city and 34 mpg on the highway. The V6-powered SE and Limited are rated 20/30 mpg.

     

    Acceleration is brisk in the four-cylinder and brings a grin to the face in the V6. Hyundai officials say the V6 will turn 0-60 miles per hour times of about 7.5 seconds, with a top speed of 130 mph. Shifts are executed easily with the five-speed manual, and chirping the front tires is even easier. The Shiftronic automatic transmission moves between gears smoothly, kicking down for passing with minimal hesitation. The automatic offered responsive performance while tackling the hills of San Francisco. In manual mode, the Shiftronic will upshift automatically when the engine bumps up against redline, and it declines to downshift at all, leaving that to the driver's preferences.

     

    Steering is light and direct, with good on-center feel and directional stability. Brakes are mostly linear, and equipped with Electronic Brake-force Distribution, which improves stability and reduces stopping distances by balancing brake force between the front and rear tires; while ABS allows the driver to maintain steering control under hard braking. Yet we noticed little of the interference we've found with some more complex EBD-equipped systems, and then only in the final stages of a stop. The 17-inch wheel/tire combination makes its presence known on rough pavement, where the shorter sidewalls transmit more of the road's imperfections into the cabin. Wind and road noise is decently muted.

     

    The suspension layout looks good on paper, with double wishbones in front, multiple control links in back, and twin-tube gas-pressure shocks and stabilizer bars all 'round. The V6 boasts a larger front bar to handle the larger engine's extra weight. But how it all works together still needs, well, work. Against the competition, which has been refining its suspension technology for much longer than Hyundai, the Sonata feels less polished, less of a whole. Not that there's anything wrong or necessarily lacking in the ride and handling. It's just that some of the transitions, in direction and between types and qualities of pavement, aren't as smooth as the look and feel of the Sonata promises. The front end tucks in nicely as steering is cranked in, but the car doesn't track as surely as expected. There's also the impression of poorly managed unsprung mass when the rear suspension crosses rough or broken pavement, which suggests the hard parts are a generation or two behind in the alloys used and how they're formed. Still, interstate-intensive travel, even at socially irresponsible speeds, is smooth and unruffled, which is no small achievement.


     

    Summary
    The 2007 Hyundai Sonata moves the brand closer to Honda, Toyota and Nissan, and competes for buyers considering Ford or Chevrolet. There's nothing unique or especially exciting about driving the new Sonata, save for the fact it's a Hyundai. By that yardstick, and what that portends for shoppers in the class, it's a blast.

     

    NewCarTestDrive.com correspondent Tom Lankard filed this report from San Francisco.

     

    Model Lineup
    Hyundai Sonata GLS ($17,195); SE ($20,995); Limited ($22,995).

     

    Assembled In
    Montgomery, Alabama.

     

    Options As Tested
    Premium Package ($1950) includes 8-way power driver's seat; power tilt/slide glass sunroof; auto-dimming inside rearview mirror with, HomeLink programmable garage door/security system remote and compass; premium audio with subwoofer and amplifier.

     

    Model Tested
    Hyundai Sonata SE ($20,995).The Hyundai Sonata has become a large car, with a full-size edge in creature comfort. Fit and finish are now on a par with most others in the class and it is more technologically advanced and sharper looking than ever before. The Hyundai Sonata is a four-door, five-passenger sedan, and comes with a choice of 162-hp four-cylinder and 234-hp V6 engines. The four-cylinder is available with either a five-speed manual or a four-speed Shiftronic automatic. The V6 comes with the five-speed Shiftronic automatic introduced for 2006. Safety features on all Sonatas include the mandatory dual-stage front-seat airbags; front-seat side-impact airbags for torso protection; and full-coverage side curtain airbags, antilock brakes with electronic brake-force distribution and electronic stability control with traction control. For 2007, the Hyundai Sonata trim levels change slightly.


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    Paterson, Nj. 07503

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