Both the Hyundai Sonata and Toyota Camry offer much to admire, but it's clear that one is the better overall option for Cleveland drivers looking for the most value for their money. And, it should come as no surprise that the Sonata is the winner of this head-to-head comparison, with an advantage from the very start thanks to its lower initial Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price. Read on to learn more about the differences.

When we compared introductory models of each sedan, the Sonata came in with a price that's more than $1,000 lower than that of the Camry. Interesting, we found, in light of the fact that the Sonata also includes features not offered as standard-issue on the base Camry. These include speed-sensitive wipers, illuminated vanity mirrors, and premium cloth seats.

Then there's the clear advantage offered by the Sonata's much more extensive warranty program, which the Camry can't even come close to matching. With the Sonata is covered by a 5-year/60,000-mile basic warranty and a 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty, Toyota leaves you on the hook for those repairs after the Camry's 3-year/36,000-mile basic and 5-year/60,000-mile powertrain warranties expire. The inherent value of the Hyundai warranty alone is enough to tip the scales in favor of the Sonata.

As you're shopping our Sonata inventory, get the trade-in value of your current vehicle with our handy Kelley Blue Book® tool. This allows you to have a clear idea of how much money you have to put towards your new Sonata, making it an easy first step toward driving your new sedan home. Then, when you're ready to shop for your Hyundai Sonata in earnest, make the easy trip southeast to our showroom in Streetsboro. We look forward to being of assistance!

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