2006 Hyundai Sonata Top Comparisons

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2006 Hyundai Sonata GLS FWDReview
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My '06 Hyundai Sonata V6 — acceleration - For the size of this 4 door sedan it is amazing. 0-60 in or around 6 seconds. handling - With advanced ESC, dodging big rigs at 80 MPH is a breeze :-P braking - 60-0 is just as impressive...just watch out for mullets. Fun factor - Out of 10...I would an 8. This car cost so little, but is very fun to drive.

Pros: acceleration, braking, handling, price

Cons: the negatives don't factor in due to the price...meaning that the clothe interior and plastic moldings are cheap, but so is this car.

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Great Car — I love my car! The performance of the car is great. I have taken it on long trips and it handles very well. Gas mileage is about 20 miles per gallon in town. I really enjoy this car and would recommend it to anyone.

Pros: Great Gas Mileage

Cons: Nothing!

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2006 Hyundai Sonata GLS FWDReview
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Hyundai Sonata Review — well this hyundai has soem style , its very relable, never had many problems with it and it runs real fast I've taken it to 120 mph. Cost of Ownership is very low , only have to do regularly schedule maintenance. Fun to Drive Factor is 3/5.

Pros: Great Acceleration and Power

Cons: Bland car inside

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2006 Hyundai Sonata GLS FWDReview
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Best Car For The Money Out There — All kinds of options and standard equipment on a car for way less than the competition pretty much sums it up.

Pros: ESC, smooth ride

Cons: Timing Chain rattle, seats squeak sometimes.

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2006 Hyundai Sonata GLS FWDReview
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Gooc Car — Great gas mileage. Also good performance. I have the 3.3 v6 with 235hp 205lbft trq. auto manual and cheaper than an accord or bmw 325, yet faster.

Pros: HUGE 16.7 cubic ft trunk. lots of room even with 5 people. great gas mileage.

Cons: none so far

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2006 Hyundai Sonata GLS FWDReview
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Hot Rod Sleeper Sedan — I absolutely love my car. It has the 3.3 V6 with 235hp. The handling is ok, it isn't a race car by any means, but when I mash the gas, all hell breaks loose. 1/2 throttle with ESC turned off and I light up the front tires like a Christmas tree. Gas mileage is not the greatest, though I haven't taken it on a trip yet. But I can vouch for a 93 mph 1/4 mile, and so far 110 mph with plenty of peadle left. Its a sleeper, nobody knows what the hell happened when I pass them like they were parked.

Pros: Acceleration, brakes, ride quality, standard features, power at cruising speed (like passing someone) looks that kill, headlights are sufficient.

Cons: fuel economy is not the best, torque steer (moderate, not bad)

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2006 Hyundai Sonata GL FWDReview
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Unbeatable Value — was not supposed to buy that car. It did however fit in the price range i wanted to spend for a car so i gave it is chance by trying it. Beated every other brands i've tried. For the price range, car i've looked at were Toyota corolla, mazda 3, ford fusion, nissan versa, honda fit/civic. At that moment, no recent/interesting models at Nissan, GM, Chrysler, Subaru, Kia, Suzuki... I've understood that the best compact car just can't compete with the ride quality of a full size sedan

Pros: extremely silent, very well assembled, relatively high gas mileage (4 cyl)
manual transmission a lot better then ford fusion, similar to mazda.
mutli-link suspension, frame is rigit.  Huge trunk

Cons: suspension too smooth
brand/name of the car not very 'glamour'

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2006 Hyundai Sonata GLS FWDReview
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The Accountant — Needs the V6, not only for power and pickup, but for resale value, I'm glad I opted for the 6 cylinder. A comfortable reliable, if a bit boring sedan, gives the Camry and Accord a good run for their money. Best warranty in the business, but I've never had to use it. Took me on an hour long commute every day for a year without complaint. Dash is simple, intuitive and well laid out.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Good solid, reasonable, and reliable transportation

Cons: Good solid, reasonable, and reliable transportation

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2006 Hyundai Sonata GLS FWDReview
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Good Value For Money — Car has many safety features V6 is smooth with good power interior is quiet with nice features console is laid out smartly AC heat blows perfectly ride is firm not too firm value cant be beat would recommend to anyone

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: V6 good power good looks reliable good value for dollar

Cons: Thirsty with city driving seats are little too  firm

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2006 Hyundai Sonata V6 LX FWDReview
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Nice Car. Decent Value Proposition —

In December 2005, I purchased two Sonatas. Same trim (LX) different colors for me and my wife. We still own them and have driven one 62,000 miles and the other 67,000 miles. Light duty, some highway miles but mostly around town. Overall, the cars have done well by us. They haul family and lots of stuff in the back, they look nice, they are quick and smooth on the acceleration front, and came loaded with lots of goodies. My wife's starter died at 45,000 miles, was replaced under warranty. Her driver's sun visor died at 49,000 miles, was replaced under warranty. My general impression is that Hyundai made a decent car, they packaged it nicely and sold it with a generous value proposition in 2006. A comparable Honda was over $30K and our cars were each $23,400. But now, I've dropped $700 to repair the rear power door locks which started dying at 50,000 miles and replaced that silly sun visor which died out of warranty. I wrote Hyundai asking for some sort of compensation and they originally told me to get lost. Update to this story: I wrote to the President of Hyundai North America in December 2012 and they recently agreed that my situation was unusual and have agreed to stand by their vehicles. I am grateful that someone in Hyundai recognized the importance of brand loyalty. I've changed my tune. Hyundai represents a good value overall, and I will consider purchasing another one in the future. And now, the company apparently stands behind their vehicles and that is an outstanding comfort level increase for me.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Decent value for options provided. Nice V6, smooth. Lots of space. Well appointed. Comfortable on long trips. No rubber timing belt.

Cons: Fair workmanship on details like failed sun visor & power door locks; not so fantastic gas mileage, a bit soft on handling

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Reviews From Other Years

2022 Hyundai Sonata Reviews

Review By Saad

In this model should have passenger power seat too. Aux calbe connection missing. Small coin storage missing by the stering wheel. Garage door button is not there in back mirror. Every other things a... Read More

Review By Taina

I love this car. The features are top notch! It has all the options of a smart car, feels luxurious and I am happy with my purchase. My favorite features are: Ambient lighting Apple Car play Remote... Read More

2021 Hyundai Sonata Reviews

Review By Jeffery

Plenty of features that come standard and I have the Nline with plenty of power. Read More

Review By JimP1914

Its cool I like it love the LED Headlights Read More

2020 Hyundai Sonata Reviews

Review By Corey

I have had the Hyundai sonata before and I love the car Read More

Review By Chris

This is my second Sonata. The first one was a 2008 at about the same trim level. I had upgraded the radio to an android tablet-based version with many of the features found in the newer model cars. ... Read More

2019 Hyundai Sonata Reviews

Review By JillHerbst

Heated seats, heated steering wheel! Comfortable and bearishly designed. Very happy with the 2019 sonata Read More

Review By David

This is our 3rd Hyundai Sonata since 2004,, for a midsize 4 door sedan they are a good bargain Read More

2018 Hyundai Sonata Reviews

Review By Guru9B47VC

Absolutely love everything about my 2018 Hyundai Sonata Sport. I searched and searched and couldnt find anything until I came across CarGurus! So thank you guys, your website was more than helpful!! Read More

Review By Joe

Smooth, quiet ride. Handles nicely. Lane assist is a nice feature. Helps immensely in bad weather when lane lines are hard to see. Read More

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