2015 Hyundai Sonata: Better Mirror Than BMW
August 3, 2015
Brent's public shaming of the M235i's bare-bones rearview mirror (among other things) struck a chord with me, because I had our $39,745 Audi A3 the other night, and it's got a non-auto-dimming, non-Homelink-having mirror, too.
Last night I hopped into our 2015 Hyundai Sonata, which rings in at a cool $27,560. Look at that mirror! Audi and BMW, eat your hearts out.
Luxury-segment shoppers are less "price-sensitive," as they say, so I'm sure there's a strong business case to be made for nickel-and-diming on stuff like this. But what a pleasant surprise to find a full-featured mirror in a car that costs nearly $5,000 less than the average transaction price these days.
Josh Sadlier, Senior Editor @ 10,909 miles