As Langhorne and Philadelphia area drivers search for their next midsize sedan, they're likely to arrive at two highly capable options: the 2020 Hyundai Sonata and 2020 Toyota Camry.

These cars may seem to be alike, and in many ways they are. However, the team at Fred Beans Hyundai of Langhorne has put together this comparison to show you the many ways in which they differ. 

Sonata vs Camry: Safety Features

When comparing two great cars like these, it's probably best to start at a strong cross section. Whether you're choosing Hyundai or Toyota, your car is going to need to protect you, and they'll do so in many of the same ways.

To start, a rigid and highly durable frame is employed in both to ensure that energy is distributed away from the driver and passengers. In the event of a collision, you can count on these vehicles to keep you secure thanks to their smart engineering.

One feature that the Hyundai Sonata has that the Toyota Camry doesn't is a Rear Occupant Alert (ROA). If you have a child or a pet in the back, and you leave your vehicle, the Sonata will alert you to check the back door, so you don't forget anything.

Hyundai Sonata vs Toyota Camry: Driver Assistance

Both of these vehicles are designed to make your life easier every day using advanced driver assistance. These sedans are each equipped with Adaptive Cruise Control systems; they will slow you down to match the speed of traffic while you're in cruise control.

Unique to the Hyundai Sonata, though, is the available Remote Smart Parking Assist function. If you need to fit into a tight parking space, no worries, just get out of your car and use Remote Smart Parking Assist. This technology will steer your car into a parking space while you're outside, and it will even back out of the space to ensure you don't have to squeeze in to get into the driver's seat again.

Hyundai Sonata vs Toyota Camry: Interior Space

Perhaps the most noticeable difference between these two sedans is the interior space. Altogether, the Toyota Camry includes 100.4 cubic feet of passenger space, with up to 15.1 cubic feet of cargo room.

The Hyundai Sonata, on the other hand, is a little bit bigger. Occupants will have 104.4 cubic feet to stretch out in, with an even larger 16-cubic-foot trunk. 

Headroom and legroom vary between the two as well. Sonata drivers will have 40 inches of front headroom and 46.1 inches of front legroom. Camry drivers, on the other hand, have 38.3 inches of front headroom and 42.1 inches of front legroom.

Which Sedan is Right for You?

Stylistically and safety-wise, the 2020 Hyundai Sonata and 2020 Toyota Camry share many similarities. However, when Langhorne and Philadelphia drivers sit down inside and rev the engine, the differences will begin to show through.

To determine which vehicle is the right choice for your lifestyle, you're going to have to get behind the wheel. Schedule your test drive today by contacting our team at Fred Beans Hyundai of Langhorne!

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Fred Beans Hyundai of Langhorne

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