My car is a 2016. I bought the car used in 2017 so a little over 1 yr of me owing the car the A/C compressor needs to be replaced per the Dealership. $2100 I believe this should be covered by Hyundai since the car is only 2 yr old. The compressor shouldn't be going out this early. I have a 1998 Ford and my AC is still going strong only having to put Freon in it once. I will never buy a Hyundai again.
Overall, this is a really nice car, especially for the price. However, I bought it for its fuel economy, and that's unreliable. It can lose up to 15-20% of its capability to save fuel if you have to run the seat warmers and/or climate control for an extended period of time.
2016 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid Limited w/Blue Pearl Interior 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid 6A)
What's left to say? My first rattle trap of a car was a '58 Chevy. Since then I've owned Ford, GM, Dodge/Ram, Triumph (talk about love/hate!), BMW/Mini, Mazda, Toyota, Nissan, and Lexus. The mid-1990s Lexus LS400 was a very good car that was at the leading edge of the industry in many ways. It does not compare to the Hyundai. The Sonata is a far cry from being at the leading edge of automotive technology but Hyundai has gotten everything right. It is the best car I've owned. Period. I wouldn't be selling it if I wasn't moving out of the US. I can't take it with me. That's OK though. I'll buy another when I get settled.
I've gotten over 60mpg on warm days when going no more than 5 over the limit (around 40mpg when it's freezing). I've had one issue with this car though, but that may be because I bought it uses, and it was rear ended before I bought it. The issue is that the hybrid system component sent me a warning indicator, and as I type this, it's at the dealership being looked at. They say it could be a hybrid coolant pump leak, but aren't sure. I don't know whether it was caused by the accident or if it's defective. I haven't had this car a month yet.