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Last Updated: January 9, 2020

Declining Sales: Hyundai Sonata sales ranked in the lower half of the midsize car class as 2019 came to a close. Compared to 2018, total sales for the year dropped by 16.8 percent. The class-leading Toyota Camry managed to outsell the Sonata nearly 4 to 1.

Average Base Prices: A base Sonata starts at $23,400, which is average for base trims in this segment. However, a top trim Sonata priced at $33,300 starts about $1,500 below the class average for fully-loaded models.

Time to Buy: With competitive prices and slowing demand, now may be a great time to snag a deal on a Sonata. This month's Hyundai deals have all the best financing and lease options available in your area. Keep in mind that the Sonata has been completely redesigned for the 2020 model year, so demand may begin to rise as shoppers take notice of the latest model. Dealerships may also be willing to sell you an outgoing 2019 Sonata at a discounted rate to make room for the newest inventory. Whichever you choose, check out the U.S. News Best Price program to find the dealership in your area with the lowest price.

2020 Hyundai Sonata Prices

MSRP: $23,600

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2020 Hyundai Sonata

MSRP: $23,600 - $33,500

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