1996 Hyundai Sonata shows the right way to make a mid-size sedan for a good price. Front bucket seats are comfortable and supportive for our drivers. Backseat room was extremely generous; rear seatbacks looked like part of the trunk lid when folded down. Spyder Auto is your go-to place for any and all parts needs for your 1996 Hyundai Sonata. New LED headlights, EGR body kits and Sparco racing seats are just a few of the upgrades you'll need to give your ride an aerodynamic flair.
1996 Hyundai Sonata
The 1996 Hyundai Sonata shows the right way to make a mid-size sedan: lots of room and features for a good price. The look was simple but attractive, with square shoulders set at a slight angle toward the front fender wells and decent rear quarter glass. With 93 hp on tap you had to work it a little to get rapid acceleration from this car, but that's what a manual transmission is supposed to do anyway. Front bucket seats were comfortable and supportive for our drivers over long road tests in one test vehicle; backseat room was extremely generous. When folded down, the rear seatbacks looked like part of the trunk lid - creating an unusually deep cargo space. All exterior lights are low-power items mounted near or even below bumper height - unusual but effective in reducing nighttime glare from other cars' lights while illuminating your surroundings just enough at night so you can still see where you're going even if others around won't be able to see as well due to naturally much higher car/driving light angles aimed exclusively away from their own eyesight - making it easier than most for the driver inside this Hyundai Sonata not to blind anyone else unnecessarily when maneuvering in close quarters around traffic jams where people are forced far closer together than they'd like thanks mostly to IT related distractions
The 1996 Hyundai Sonata features a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 139 horsepower and 132 lb-ft of torque. EPA estimates for the sedan are 28/35/33 mpg city/highway, respectively. By today's standards, these numbers would be considered excellent, especially if you primarily drive on the highway like most cars powered by this type of motor in their day did.
Best Replacement Parts for your 1996 Hyundai Sonata
The first thing we recommend is a new set of headlights. Considering the 1996 Hyundai Sonata does not come with projector lenses, upgrading them to Spyder Auto's LED lights will give your car much better visibility during night drives and eliminate glare from oncoming traffic. The second upgrade we recommend is EGR body kits that come in both front bumper and rear bumper variations. They'll add an aggressive look to your Sonata right off the bat while also giving it that fierce aura whenever you're driving around town. Last but not least is Sparco racing seats. They give your ride an aerodynamic flair while also offering the driver/passenger a better grip during cornering and a much more rigid, supportive feel to them in terms of support and comfort!
Why Choose Genesis Tuners
As parts specialists, we understand how important your 1996 Hyundai Sonata is to you. In an effort to serve our customers better, we aim to be the go-to place for any and all parts needs for your 1996 Hyundai Sonata. Feel free to contact us today, and we'll be happy to help!
1. The 1996 Hyundai Sonata shows the right way to make a mid-size sedan: lots of room and features for a good price. 2. Front bucket seats are comfortable and supportive for our drivers over long road tests in one test vehicle; the backseat room was extremely generous. 3. As parts specialists, Genesis Tuners understand how important your 1996 Hyundai Sonata is to you.