The 2020 model year lineup is finally completed thanks to the unveiling of the all-new 2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid at the Chicago Auto Show earlier this month. We’re super stoked about the all-new Sonata Hybrid, as it adopts many of the same cosmetic changes and more as its gas-only sibling, plus even more! In fact, one of its trim levels even offers best-in-class fuel economy in two different categories! That’s why we figured we’d go ahead and compare the updated sedan to some of its segment competitors, so check out how they fare against one another below.
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2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid
2020 Toyota Camry Hybrid
2020 Honda Accord Hybrid
|Engine Size||2.0L I4 GDI||2.5L I4 GDI||2.0L I4 GDI|
|Gasoline Engine Horsepower||150 HP||176 HP||143 HP|
|Gasoline Engine Torque||139 lb-ft.||163 lb-ft.||129 lb-ft.|
|Electric Motor Horsepower||51 HP||118 HP||181 HP|
|Electric Motor Voltage||270V||259V||N/A|
|Net Horsepower||192 HP||208 HP||212 HP|
|Base City Fuel Efficiency||50 mpg||51 mpg||48 mpg|
|Base Highway Fuel Efficiency||54 mpg||53 mpg||47 mpg|
|Base Combined Fuel Efficiency||52 mpg||52 mpg||48 mpg|
|Upper Trims City Fuel Efficiency||45 mpg||44 mpg||48 mpg|
|Upper Trims Highway Fuel Efficiency||51 mpg||47 mpg||47 mpg|
|Upper Trims Combined Fuel Efficiency||47 mpg||46 mpg||48 mpg|
As you can see, the three midsize hybrid sedans are quite comparable to one another; however, each has its clear advantages. The Honda Accord Hybrid is certainly the most powerful of the trio, but it gives up quite a bit in the way of fuel efficiency. Our Hyundai Sonata Hybrid, on the other hand, offers class-leading highway and combined fuel economy ratings in its base trim level, with is the 2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid Blue.
We’re far from finished covering all things 2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid, so be sure to check back often for more information about the all-new hybrid sedan.