The 2019 Hyundai Sonata


Len Stoler Hyundai

11275 Reisterstown Rd.
Directions Owings Mills, MD 21117

  • Sales: (443) 487 5118
  • Service: (443) 471-1160
  • Parts: (410) 998-3389

The new 2019 Sonata is the best Sonata yet: with defined angles, a sporty front grille, and sweeping curves, it's even more stylish and sophisticated than before. Drivers near Reisterstown will feel comfortable when behind the wheel of this bold sedan, as it offers more space than other same-class options, and looks better while doing it. The 2019 Hyundai Sonata not only offers a sleek exterior and roomy interior, but an array of technical and safety features that set it above everything else. Come in to Len Stoler Hyundai and see for yourself why the Sonata is the best sedan for you.

Grey Sonata parked in a driveway 

What are the Performance Features for the 2019 Sonata?

The 2019 Sonata works to maximize performance and fuel efficiency with 3 engine options. Drivers in Cockeysville or Randallstown can opt for the standard 2.4L 4-cylinder engine with available 185 hp, perfect for your daily commute, or running errands around town. For those looking for a little more power the Sonata also has a 2.0L Turbocharged GDI engine, with 245 hp with 260 lb-ft of torque, it's paired with the standard 8-speed automatic with Shiftronic - for ultimate performance capabilities. If you're looking for something with better fuel efficiency, drivers can opt for the Gamma 1.6L Turbo GDI inline 4-cylinder engine. This engine features a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission and boasts 178 hp and 37mpg highway. No matter what engine you choose, the Sonata gives you the best options to satisfy any driver. 

How safe is the 2019 Hyundai Sonata?

It's not enough to be just stylish and comfortable. You need to know that when you or a loved one is getting behind the wheel, that they will be safe as well. That's why Hyundai works to ensure that the Sonata is one of the safest sedan's on the road, and the NHTSA agrees. The 2019 Sonata was awarded a 5-star overall safety rating. Hyundai has set the bar incredibly high when it comes to safety, and offers many standard features that most other companies reserve for higher-level trims. Standard in every model is Blind-Spot Detection with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert and Lane Change Assist, a rearview camera, and anti-lock brakes with brake assist. Hyundai also included additional impact beams in the side doors in case of a side-collision. Why settle for having to add expensive option packages for safety that should be standard?

interior shot of the Sonata's Multi-Informational Display 

What Tech Features are available for the Hyundai Sonata?

With upgraded tech features, drivers in Pikesville can better focus their attention on the road ahead, instead of fumbling with smartphone auxiliary cords or trying to find directions. Each Sonata comes standard with hands-free smartphone connectivity, 7-inch color touchscreen display with audio and navigation, and Android and Apple CarPlay connectivity. Also available in every trim, except the base SE, is HD radio, Sirius XM radio, dual automatic temperature control so you and your passengers stay comfortable, wireless device charging to cut down on the search for the right charger, proximity key entry with push button start, a hands-free trunk, and Blue Link® connectivity with 3-year complimentary service. Blue Link® allows drivers to search for a location or get directions from their smartphone, and your Sonata will receive the destination and display it on the infotainment system, and so much more.

Image of the hands-free smart trunk in use 

How Spacious is the 2019 Hyundai Sonata?

Not only does the exterior give the 2019 Hyundai Sonata a bold and dignified look, it has provided more space and flexibility inside the vehicle as well. In fact, the Hyundai Sonata has more head room, leg room, and overall interior space than any other vehicle in its class. Seating for five is spacious, to say the least. With 35.6 inches of leg room and 38 inches of head room, the rear seat of the Sonata is as roomy as the front seat of many compact cars. This means there's no more dreading riding in the back seat - full-sized adults will be comfortable whether you're packing the family up for a vacation, or moving your kid into a Towson University dorm room. There is an available 16.3 cubic feet of cargo volume - perfect for suitcases or small pieces furniture. With 60/40 split-folding rear seats, you can maximize that space and won't have to leave anything behind.

What are the available Trim Levels for the 2019 Hyundai Sonata?

While there are five trims available for the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe, even the base trim has plenty to offer. But if it isn't quite enough, there's other trim levels to fit your everyday driving needs.

SE - This trim comes standard with automatic projector headlights, dual fold-away power bodycolor side mirrors, solar control glass, shark fin antenna, and chrome tipped single exhaust. Inside you'll find a tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel with mounted bluetooth and cruise controls, premium cloth seats, a 7-inch color touchscreen display and 6 speakers. Bluetooth hands-free phone system as well as Android and Apple CarPlay are standard, and so is the usb and auxiliary input jacks, so you're always connected and fully charged. Starting MSRP for the Sonata SE is $20,300.

SEL - Stepping up to the SEL offers drivers in Owings Mills even more comfort, with a heated leather wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, power driver seat with power adjustable lumbar support, heated front seats and dual automatic temperature control. You'll also get an upgraded sport front grille and bumper, the fold-away power side mirrors are now heated and include turn signal indicators, and running lights have been upgraded to LED's. Proximity key entry with push button start is now available, and can be used to activate the hands-free smart trunk. The SEL trim starts at $21,950.

Sport - Available with the Sport trim is a power tilt-and-slide sunroof, sport seats with leather bolsters and cloth insert, Leather-wrapped D-cut steering wheel with sport-mounted paddle shifters and sport shift knob, sport chrome rocker panels, and a chrome-tipped dual exhaust. You'll also find many appearance upgrades such as larger 17-inch alloy wheels, 3D tech appearance accents, aluminum pedals, and dual illuminated vanity mirrors. $22,800 is the starting MSRP for the Sonata Sport.

Limited - The limited upgrades you to leather seats, auto-dimming rearview mirror with HomeLink® and compass, Smart Cruise Control with stop/start capability, an Electronic Parking Brake with Automatic Vehicle Hold, LED headlights and taillights, and optional rear side window sunshades. A power passenger seat and Integrated Memory System (IMS) for driver seat and side mirrors is standard and front seats are now ventilated. The interior upgrades include woodgrain appearance accents and premium door sill plates. Starting MSRP is $25,500.

Limited 2.0T - The Limited 2.0T is the premium trim level for the 2019 Sonata. In addition to the 2.0L inline 4-cylinder twin-scroll turbo engine, the Limited 2.0T also upgrades you to 18-inch alloy wheels, a panoramic sunroof, sport seats with leather seating surfaces, and an 8-inch touchscreen navigation. The rear side window sunshades are now standard, and so is the Infinity® premium audio system including 10 speakers, subwoofer and external 400 watt amplifier, and upgraded Blue Link® packages, complimentary for 3 years. The Limited 2.0T has a starting MSRP of $29,900.

Grey Sonata from behind

The 2019 Hyundai Sonata is a game changer not just for Hyundai, but for the whole compact sedan class. The rest of the pack will be playing catch-up for years to come. Visit Len Stoler Hyundai in Owings Mills to find the perfect Sonata for you.