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1994 Hyundai Sonata Overview If you're looking to say nice things about the updated 1995 Hyundai Sonata, simply compare it to the model it replaced. The South Korean car maker's first-generation midsize sedan sang decidedly off-key. No wonder it failed to impress many American motorists. The newly redesigned Sonata plays a much more refined song. It's better looking , and the interior layout finally makes some sense. From first glance, at least, it appears better-built. Hyundai's big draw has always been a low price tag, and the new Sonata will remain attractive to those looking for a relatively big car on a small budget. Keeping that in mind, our test vehicle was modestly outfitted. We started with the base package, which included a 2.0liter, four-cylinder engine, a four-speed "fuzzy logic" automatic transmission, dual air bags, air conditioning, front reclining bucket seats, a stereo with a cassette player, front and rear stabilizer bars, and remote hood and fuel door releases. The only option we added was carpeted floor mats for $72, bringing our grand total to $14,151. With manual windows, door locks and side-view mirrors, we're talking basic transportation. And a bargain compared to many of the other vehicles in the Sonata class. You can expect to pay as much as $2,000 more for other similarly equipped Asian imports. But what we're looking for isn't just a bargain. Here's the real question: Does the Hyundai deliver value for the dollar?
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