Passengers in the back seat will feel a little more squished in the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid than in the Nissan Altima, due to the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid's smaller rear head- and legroom. As far as headroom and legroom go, there's not much difference between the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid and the Nissan Altima in the front seats.
The Hyundai Sonata Hybrid will require fewer stops at the gas station than the Nissan Altima, making it more convenient to drive.
There are a lot of factors to consider when calculating the overall cost of a vehicle. The main consideration is Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP). Whether you pick the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid or the Nissan Altima, it's going to cost you about the same. Another consideration is the Destination Charge, which is a standard charge for transporting the vehicle to the dealer from where it's built. The Hyundai Sonata Hybrid and the Nissan Altima have similar Destination Charges.
The Hyundai Sonata Hybrid is about the same width as the Nissan Altima. When looking at overall length, the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid takes up about the same amount of space in your garage as the Nissan Altima.
The Hyundai Sonata Hybrid has much less torque than the Nissan Altima, which generally means that it won't feel as fast or powerful.
The Hyundai Sonata Hybrid has a smaller turning radius than the Nissan Altima, allowing you to more easily maneuver in and out of tight spots.
When it comes to horsepower, the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid is significantly less powerful than the Nissan Altima. The good news is that, reportedly, cars with lower horsepower engines often have lower insurance premiums.
In terms of seating you'll be able to fit the same number of people in both the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid and the Nissan Altima. The Hyundai Sonata Hybrid has significantly less cargo room than the Nissan Altima, which may be a concern if you do a lot of warehouse shopping.
You'll have greater peace of mind with the more generous basic warranty of the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid than that of the Nissan Altima.
Compare the 2014 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid and the 2014 Nissan Altima.
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MSRP*: $26,000 - $30,750
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MSRP*: $22,170 - $30,820
|Cash Back Rebate:||Up to $500||Up to $500|
|Low APR Loan:||As low as 2.90%||As low as 0.00%|
|Lease Incentive:||As low as 1.75%||As low as 0.07%|
|City MPG:||36||22 - 27|
|Highway MPG:||40||31 - 38|
|Seating Capacity:||5 - 5||5 - 5|
|Basic Warranty:||5 years/60,000 miles||3 years/36,000 miles|
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|Invoice*:||$24,573 - $28,859||$20,971 - $28,488|
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