My 2015 Hyundai Sonata Limited 2.0T, which I bought new four months ago, has more than 5,0000 miles on it and I can report no problems. The build quality is excellent - no rattles or squeaks. A few observations:
* The turbo engine works great. You won't win any drag races, as it is a bit slow to get started, but once you get going the engine pulls effortlessly. I commute 60 miles a day through the rainy Cascade Mountains of Washington state and it is a very pleasant ride. I am getting 26-27 mpg combined and about 31 highway mpg. Taking the advice of my salesman - and encouraged by low gas prices - I use premium gas. The turbo seems to like that.
* The smart cruise is excellent. I use it all the time. The blind spot warning already has prevented an accident or two.
* Love the backup camera; the lane departure system is annoying but I leave in on for safety.
* My grand children love the pull-down shades in back.
* The car handles quite well. I never use the paddle shifters but do switch between eco, regular and sport driving modes. Sport seems to do better in the rain but cuts down on gas. I use eco around town.
* I wish the car had fog lights. While the LED lights look cool they do not help with visibility.
* Navigation works well and the car stereo is excellent. Between Pandora and XM radio my commute is much more interesting.
* My biggest complaint is the automatic trunk opener. You can stand behind in with your keys in your hand for minutes and nothing happens. Then you casually walk by and the stupid thing opens.
Still love the car. I have been watching and these 2015s have good deals right now. Wait until the end of the month for better deals. Negotiate ruthlessly and don't worry about the color. And don't be fooled by the addition of the stolen car service (a waste of money - your auto insurance likely covers it)
2015 Hyundai Sonata Limited PZEV 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl 6A)
Hyundai Bluelink service is horrible. Works sometimes and alerts you when you have a issue. But does not elaborate on the issue. Customer service is horrendous. The dealerships service departments are terrible at least here in NYC. My friend started having issues with his 2015 sonata at 2500 miles. My check engine light started at just under 5500 miles. TPMS issues as well. Going off for no reason. The sunroof creaks and rattles. The leather is nice until a few months later and I always clean and moisturize with meguires wipes. Rearview camera doesn't always kick in. I can go on and on but I think whomever is reading this got the point.
2015 Hyundai Sonata Sport 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl 6A)
The car never stops my amazement in how little gas it uses. There are two week points that I have addressed. The factory tires are JUNK.... replaced with Pirelli P7. The car wanted to wonder (left & right) on all roads with any crown or grove. This was fixed with a bolt on strut tower brace that cost about $200 and is a simple 5 min installation. With those two changes the car went from OK to VERY GOOD. When you take a test drive make sure it is long enough with various road surface and speeds, as these items may not be a bother to you. One other item is road noise, it is much louder then a Chevy Malibu and many other new cars today.
2015 Hyundai Sonata Eco 4dr Sedan (1.6L 4cyl Turbo 7AM)
I just bought mine maybe 2 weeks ago! This is my 3rd Hyundai. Very happy with the brand. It's a midsize car, roomy interior, with the gas mileage of a compact car. Awesome! They give you alot for a base model. The only thing I did not like is the stereo. It's VERY LOW wattage and low sound. I didn't realize that other models had an upgraded sound system. Disappointing, since I like loud sound and bass! Other than that, I'm happy!
2015 Hyundai Sonata Limited 2.0T w/Black Leather and Gray Accents 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6A)
My car is suppose to get 23/32 MPG but no matter how I drive, Eco, Normal or Sport, baby driving...coasting to red lights in city and doing 75 hwy, I consistently come in 4 MPG less both city & hwy. I have tested the computer read by the old fashioned way of spending down the fuel and then filling back up, tracking the mileage. I have done Octane additives at the suggestion of the Hyundai service advisor. I took in to get the car's computer system checked. They just want to blow it off as did the Hyundai America customer service. When I read reviews on the Turbo 2.0 Sport limited, I see every so often drivers mentioning their mileage at what I am suppose to get yet am not. I figure at $2.50 per gallon this will cost me about $300 a year! Not happy and not done complaining. Now, for the rest of the car, it is awesome for the money. I have used numerous times all the tech stuff on this Ultimate package that comes on the Sport Turbo limited. Very impressive. I hear complaints on the pick up but I am telling you that if you throw into tiptronic, you will fly! The smart car technology on cruise is awesome, cross traffic control is incredible, back up cam with sonar, excellent, BSD and BSD oncoming warning is spot on, forward crash avoidance works like advertised!