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I so wish I would of found these reviews before I bought my sonata. Took delivery 3/26/13. Driving the car home I felt like I couldn't keep the car straight in the lane...thought at first it was me, but it does it every time I drive it. I called the dealer and he said they will check the air in the tires...I didn't buy it, so I googled safety issues/complaints etc and I couldn't believe my eyes when I came across many of the same story. I do not feel safe in this car, especially putting my kids in it...we should all get together and do the lemon law. and let them take this car back from all of us...I am heading in that direction if they can't solve this safety issue...dangerous~~ Stay safeReport it
You hate it, YET you give it 4 out of 5 stars! No category lower than 3 out of 5 stars! If it's as bad as you say, your ratings should be more like 1 & 2 stars with maybe a 3 tossed in!Report it
It is not only you! I just leased a new Sonata 3 months ago and I read reviews before I made my decision and I saw many complains about the steering but most of them were 4-5 stars so I didn't think it is that bad but it is! I drive mostly in the city and its a great car for the city but I HATE driving it on the highways! it is so bad that I don't feel safe in it. I contacted the dealer right away and they told me to use 2 hands while driving...really?!! i'm 50 and have well over a millions miles under my belt and you tell me that in this car I have to drive differently?...oh well, it is a lease and it will go back after the 3 years. I'm going back to Honda.Report it
It's confirmed. The engineers are including a steering mode selector on the 2014 models. Driver Selectable Steering ModeEverybody has a different take on steering feel. Itâs one of the most personal driver preferences out there. Some want more steering effort, others less. Well, with the Driver Selectable Steering Mode (DSSM) standard on every Sonata, now you get to choose. Select from three modes: Normal, Comfort or Sport by simply touching a button on the steering wheel.Report it
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