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Used Hyundai Sonata for Sale in Centralia, WA

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2014 Hyundai Sonata
Limited
92.4k Miles
$14,650
$14,950
Est. $207/mo
2014 Hyundai Sonata
GLS
75.8k Miles
$13,950
$14,950
Est. $197/mo
2017 Hyundai Sonata
Limited
63.7k Miles
$18,650
$20,950
Est. $263/mo
2014 Hyundai Sonata
GLS
68.2k Miles
$14,500
$15,950
Est. $204/mo

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Used Hyundai Sonatas in Centralia, Washington

There's just something about Centralia that made you want to call it home. Sure there may be better cities in Washington, but none like Centralia. You have trouble deciding what to do on any given weekend because there is almost too much to choose from. Any great trip begins with a faithful ride. Unfortunately, your car has seen better days.

You already know what you want, and that's a Hyundai Sonata. It has everything you're seeking in a car—contemporary design, smooth ride, and great fuel economy. And it's a Hyundai, a brand you've always trusted. However, a new Sonata is way out of your budget. There's a better way to buy the Sonata you want, and Shift has it.

The only way to buy a used car

We love setting up people, like you, with a used Hyundai they're going to love. It all begins with our scrupulous inspection where we have a comprehensive look at all the major components of your car. Not one vehicle drives off our property unless they satisfy our examinations. To assure that you receive a great sticker price, we continuously keep track of millions of data points on past and current prices for related Hyundai Sonata models. You'll have peace of mind knowing that your ride is ready for action and that you got a great price on your Hyundai.

More about Centralia, WA used Hyundai Sonatas

Hyundai is a Korean automaker known today for making affordable and reliable cars. They first came to the U.S. in 1986. The Excel was an immediate success and led to the company producing the midsize Sonata Hyundai has a vehicle for nearly every segment, including the fuel-efficient subcompact and compact models and the Sonata sedan, currently available in a hybrid model. Further, the Korean automaker also has a line of sporty coupes and stylish SUVs.

Hyundai Sonata has a 274hp, 3L engine. This model gets 34mpg city and 39mpg highway. The Sonata comes in several body types like station wagon, sport utility, sedan, passenger, and mini-van.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We understand you may have a lot questions about buying a used Hyundai Sonata, and we are ready to answer them. Below are some of our customers' most frequently asked questions on Hyundais. Below are a few of the most frequently asked questions on Hyundais.
Does Hyundai make luxury vehicles?
No, Hyundai is not considered a luxury automaker. Still, you can get a used Hyundai Sonata with some well-appointed amenities.
What are the most popular Hyundai models?
Hyundai has a few models that are popular with their drivers. Hyundai's top-selling models are the Elantra, Sonata, Tucson, Santa Fe, and Accent
What are the available body styles for the Hyundai Sonata?
The Hyundai Sonata comes in either a hatchback, mini-van, passenger, sedan, sport utility, and station wagon
What happens if I don't like the Hyundai? Can I return it?
We allow you to bring back the car within seven days from the date of the purchase. To accept your return, the vehicle has to be in the same condition that you purchased it.

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