Jump to content

MyCarForum Logo
Search
Magnifying glass

SEARCH

4

New Hyundai Sonata passes crash test with flying colours (VIDEO)

By Nic_low on 24 Jul 2014

Attached Image
Hyundai has shown us the latest Sonata a while back. While the changes on the skin aren't revolutionary by any standard, the new car's safety rating has been upped a notch. Just recently, the 2015 Sonata has been awarded the Top Safety Pick+ award by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).
 
Attached Image
The fact that Hyundai cars weren't best known for their safety and the previous Sonata only managed a 'marginal' rating makes the award even more notable. Jump to the video below to catch the action.
 
 
 
 
 
 

hyundai, sonata, hyundai sonata and 4 more...

Viewed: 6,897 times

Related Blog Posts
Nic_low
Written by Nic_low
Nicholas is in the path where his passion and career are closely knitted. And no way is he screwing that up. Not even if a Porsche looks like a Beetle.



  • 1
Jamesc Jul 24 2014 08:43 AM

Hyundai - the saab of Korea.

Nic_low Jul 24 2014 04:29 PM

Hyundai - the saab of Korea.

 

From the looks of it, it does seem to be heading that way

Jamesc Jul 24 2014 04:55 PM

 

From the looks of it, it does seem to be heading that way

 

You are right.

 

This would explain why Korean car are heavier as they use a heavier guage steel.

 

Bad for fuel economy but good for safety.

 

Korean cars have come a long way since the Pony.

Agalvilaku Jul 31 2014 09:53 PM

I don't need to see the rating of Sonata to know how sturdy it is. Recently, one sonata taxi rear ended my car at 80+ km and my car was crumbled at back, literally no boot at all but the sonata looks rock solid with minor damage to its bumper. 

  • 1
 
Car Makes

Please select a car make

Facebook Likes
   Featured Blog Post
Photo
The Honda NSX is slated to come Singapore some time next year and according to paultan.org, it is...
POPULAR BLOG POSTS
Photo
The Lithuanian police has recently released a clip showing a cruiser in pursuit of a first genera...
Photo
According to Autocar, Mercedes-Benz is already developing the second generation of the model and...
Photo
The Vehicle Entry Permit system for foreign vehicles entering Malaysia via the causeway from Sing...
Photo
While this is not the most scientific test to see which driven pair of wheels gives better tracti...
Photo
A set of tyres on a Bugatti Veyron will set you back around S$40,000. But that is nothing co...
   Lifestyle Articles