Sonata hybrid scores top points for satisfaction in U.S.Hyundai Motor said yesterday its Sonata hybrid has received the “top satisfaction” award from a U.S.-based automotive research company. The carmaker said the mid-size car ranked No. 1 in the hybrid and electric-powered passenger car segment checked by AutoPacific. This car segment was first launched in 2010, with the Mercury Milan hybrid and Lincoln MKZ hybrid emerging as the early winners. The Sonata hybrid was introduced in the U.S. market a year ago.
The AutoPacific Vehicle Satisfaction Award is an industry benchmark for measuring how owners feel about their cars by checking 48 categories covering safety, product quality, performance and comfort. Yonhap
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