Six different trims are available for the 2019 Hyundai Sonata, priced between $22,300 and $31,900. The base SE is merely a means of giving buyers access to something of this size for a budget price and doesn’t come particularly well equipped. Still, you’ll get automatic headlights, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, a reverse camera, cruise control, and blind spot monitoring for the money. The Eco is specced the same with the only difference being the engine/gearbox combination.
SEL and Sport are similarly equipped with larger wheels, LED DRLs, hands-free trunk access, SiriusXM and HD Radio, heated seats, and extra available safety features. The Sport gets a few cosmetic upgrades like a sunroof, part-leather sports seats, and sport specific interior appointments. The Limited gets full leather, LED headlights, power seat adjustment with heating and ventilation, and dual-zone climate. All the above models makes use of a lackluster 2.4-liter engine. The range-topping Limited 2.0T gets a turbocharged engine with 245 horsepower, but also gets a panoramic sunroof, rear park sensors, premium audio, and an eight-inch navigation system as standard for an all-inclusive sticker price of $31,900.