When you’re out car shopping, it’s essential to consider what features come standard, and which ones cost more. You won’t have to worry about additional costs in the 2020 Honda Accord in Katy, because it comes standard with plenty of impressive features. The 2020 Hyundai Sonata, on the other hand, is missing a few critical elements, so keep reading to see how the Accord goes above and beyond for your comfort and convenience.
Impressive Construction For An Impressive Experience
There are plenty of reasons why the Accord is such a popular choice among car buyers, the main one being its performance capabilities. With an available driver-adjustable suspension system, the driver will have two options for a riding experience; extra-supple to reduce fatigue on long trips, and a sport mode for maximum control of the road ahead. If those roads get a little tricky, you won’t have to worry about drifting along the road because the Accord’s drift compensation steering will automatically compensate for adverse road conditions. The Sonata doesn’t offer either of these two features, so tread lightly.
Aside from providing a comfortable ride, the power behind the Accord is magnificent, with a standard 10-speed automatic on the 2.0 Turbo for better acceleration than the Sonata’s eight-speed automatic. The Accord also offers a manual transmission, which provides you with better control and acceleration, as well as better fuel economy. Other features to improve performance include electronically controlled shutters in the front grille of the EX 1.5T and EX-L 1.5T. This closes off airflow to reduce drag while improving highway fuel economy and is yet another feature not found on the Sonata.
Convenience At Your Fingertips
So we’ve established that the Accord has the build and impressive power to outshine the Sonata, but what about ergonomic features? Well, on the Accord, you have front power windows that completely open and close with a single touch of the switch for the driver and front passenger to enjoy. If you’re a front passenger in the Sonata, you wouldn’t have this convenient feature. The Accord also has speed-sensitive wiper blades that will speed up when the Accord does, so the driver won’t have to adjust its speed when it rains manually. As a final touch, a dual-zone air conditioning system lets the driver and front passenger choose their separate temperatures, so there’s no need to compromise. The Sonata’s manual wipers have to be continuously adjusted, and the dual-zone air conditioning is only available for the SEL, SEL Plus, and Limited models.
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to call us any time or swing by Honda Cars of Katy for a test-drive! We look forward to hearing from you, and can’t wait to help you into your dream Honda, today.