2017 Hyundai Sonata vs. 2017 Honda Accord in San Antonio

Two of the industry’s leading sedans battle it out for ‘top car’ but only one can reign supreme! Both the 2017 Hyundai Sonata and Honda Accord in San Antonio offer drivers an eye-catching design, comfort features, and top-shelf technology offerings. Fiesta Honda is here to show you how the Honda Accord in San Antonio smokes the competition:

2017 Honda Accord in San Antonio

2017 Hyundai Sonata in San Antonio

Active head restraints, which are used to protect from whiplash

Does not offer whiplash protection system

27 city / 36 highway MPG*

25 city / 36 highway MPG*
1000 lbs. towing capacity

No towing capacity

Standard remote vehicle starting system, which allows the vehicle to be started from inside the driver’s house

Remote vehicle starting system not offered

Standard dual zone air conditioning

Dual zone air-conditioning costs extra

For better handling, the Accord has a lower 40 series profile

The Sonata only offers 45 series tires

Standard rear air-conditioning vents to keep passengers cool on hot days

Does not offer air-conditioning vents
The Accord comes in coupe and sedan body styles

The Sonata is not available as a coupe

Chosen as one of Car and Drivers “Top Ten” vehicles for 22 of the last 24 years

Never been a “Top Ten” pick

Computer generated active noise cancellation for a quieter cabin

Does not offer active noise cancellation

When compared side-by-side, the Honda Accord blows away the Sonata! The Honda Accord in San Antonio simply offers drivers more. Stop by Fiesta Honda today to get behind the wheel of this amazing vehicle. We are confident you will love it!


*Based on 2017 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.


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