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Whether you’re shopping for your next crossover, sedan, or hybrid, Hyundai and Toyota vehicles are two brands Lake Park drivers rely on for consistent quality and competitive pricing. Even after you’ve narrowed your search to Hyundai or Toyota, beginning a vehicle search is daunting for lots of Palm Beach County drivers. Below, we’ll compare Hyundai vs. Toyota models head-to-head to help you get started on your search!
Performance is the most notable difference between these competitive compact SUVs, and you’ll find the RAV4 base engine outperforming the Santa Fe in both acceleration on Palm Beach County highways and fuel economy wherever your West Palm Beach driving takes you. The RAV4 and Santa Fe are comparable on price, but the RAV4 is more generous with tech features. Its base trim comes standard with several convenient interior features, like Onboard Hands-Free Communications System and a WiFi Hotspot, that are only available on higher Santa Fe trims.
J.D. Power Predicted
NHTSA Overall Safety Rating
When it comes to fuel economy, both of these mid-size sedans are built to impress. You’ll also find they offer many of the same technology features. However, the base Elantra trim doesn’t include key convenience features like smart device integration and a hands-free communications system, both of which come standard on the Corolla. Both score well on reliability and safety, but because the Elantra and Corolla are closely matched, the difference here is enough to hand the Corolla an edge. The 2020 Corolla earned a perfect 5-star predicted reliability rating from J.D. Power and 5 of 5 from the NHTSA for overall safety, compared to 4 of 5 for the Elantra on both tests.
NHTSA Overall Safety Rating
If you’re looking for a full-size sedan that delivers great fuel economy and lots of features to enhance your Palm Beach Gardens commute, the Sonata and Camry should be at the top of your list. Both are impressive, although there are a few differences to keep in mind. Tall passengers will appreciate the Sonata’s larger cabin and six cubic feet more of cargo space. If infotainment features are a priority for you, the Camry base trim offers more — including satellite radio, a WiFi hotspot, and a hands-free communications system — not found standard on the Sonata. If you value responsive handling and a fun driving experience, the perfect balance of comfort and athletic handling make the Camry stand out.
Ready to test drive a 2020 Toyota? Contact our team to learn more about tech features, performance, and reliability upgrades for the 2020 Toyota lineup. Check out our new Camry and Corolla inventory or our selection of Toyota SUVs, and then reach out to schedule a test drive with your favorites!
*Based on EPA estimates. Actual mileage may vary.