2017 Hyundai Sonata is rumored to come soon in the market after the company launches the 2016 model year. It is still unknown when the car will be launched. We only could expect that the 2015 version could go as 2016 model year and for 2017 version could be launched in 2018 at least.
2017 Hyundai Sonata seems will not be too much different from the 2016 model. This current model will go with excellent style that is supported with some modern features to give more comfort for both driver and buyers. The hybrid version is available with wider and longer body. As a mid-size sedan, it also has new front design through hexagonal chrome grille and also new tail lamps. Moreover, the company also plans to redesign the bumper and trunk for 2016 model and there will be some new LED headlights. A number of colors are available to fit your style. The new alloy wheels are available but the size is unknown. The designers also provide new roofline so that the headroom is reduced but it has ample seating along with leg room space. Furthermore, the fans are expecting to see the 2017 Hyundai Sonata with new redesigned interior especially for the features with the high quality support. With those changes presented for 2016 model year, it is not surprising if the company will offer the 2017 model that could be launched in 2018 will be about minor improvements for 2017 Hyundai Sonata.
We strongly believe that the company will keep the car to go with three models of engines as the 2016 version. The first is about 2.4 liter engine that is paired to six-speed auto transmission to reach 25/37 mpg city/highway for the base and we expect that it will be improved for 2017 Hyundai Sonata. The second is 2.0 liter turbo engine to produce 23/32 mpg town/highway while the third is the hybrid model. In 2016 model version, it is expected that the hybrid version could go with four-cylinder 1.6 liter with seven-speed auto transmission through dual clutch feature that is paired to electric motor to reach the fuel economy about 28/38 mpg city/highway.
Basically, the 2016 model year is mentioned by some reliable sources to be scheduled in the market around 2015 but it could be delayed because the totally redesigned concept. It could be the sign that the 2017 version could be available but later is possible to launch around 2018. With not too many changes, the company could offer it with the price tag a bit close to the current model. The current model is estimated to have the base cost about $26,500 and $32,000 for the high trim of 2017 Hyundai Sonata.