this year, by joining the Ford Fusion offering a blind-spot technology system.
Overall both of these family sedans are great. Both provide comfortable seats which are equipped to soak up the road in a safe, comfortable fashion, while hauling around a family of five. A well-optioned Sonata hybrid, which includes heated seats and a dual roof, still costs a few thousand less than a comparably equipped Camry hybrid. And both models provide a fail-safe system which prevents the vehicle from experiencing sudden acceleration.
Competition: 2013 Chevy Malibu with Ecoboost; Ford Fusion Hybrid; and Kia Optima Hybrid
Jeff Fortson is an auto analyst and editor of a car-buying website for women and minorities. To learn more about his popular car-buying workshop and/or to price a new-vehicle, drive on over to www.JeffCars.com. Follow him http://twitter.com/#!/JeffCars/.