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Last Updated: September 13, 2019

Declining Sales: Hyundai Sonata sales land in the lower half of the midsize car class. Compared to the same period in 2018, sales have dropped by 14.9 percent. The class-leading Toyota Camry is currently outselling the Sonata nearly 4 to 1.

Below-Average Prices: A base Sonata starts at $22,650, which is among the lowest starting prices in the segment and around $1,000 below average. Only the Chevy Malibu costs less, but it ranks well below the Sonata. The highest-priced Sonata ($32,250) starts about $2,300 below the norm among comparably equipped rivals.

Time to Buy: With below average prices and slowing demand, now may be a great time to snag a good deal on a Sonata. This month's Hyundai deals have all the best financing and lease options available in your area. Other than a few updates to the exterior styling, this generation has remained largely unchanged, so you can save even more by choosing a used Sonata instead. 

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