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2020 Sonata revealed

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Any bets on whether its engine will be added to the recall list or a class action lawsuit???

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Any bets on whether its engine will be added to the recall list or a class action lawsuit???
LOL... we'll let's at least try to optimistic.
Hyundai hasn't announced drive train details. Personally I hope they avoid that ISG (idle stop go) but it seems its inevitable that all new cars will have it.

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LOL... we'll let's at least try to optimistic.
Hyundai hasn't announced drive train details. Personally I hope they avoid that ISG (idle stop go) but it seems its inevitable that all new cars will have it.
Please no unless there's a way to disable it!! Such an annoying "feature" and how much gas does it really save?!?! GM cars have had it for years with no ability to disable and its annoying AF.

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Please no unless there's a way to disable it!! Such an annoying "feature" and how much gas does it really save?!?! GM cars have had it for years with no ability to disable and its annoying AF.
You can't disable it, but it can be worked around. As you are nearly at a full stop, start to let off the brake so that minimal force is being used to continue breaking. Once you come to a stop, the engine will remain running. I figured out that trick a couple years back with an Impala rental and mastered it within a day or so.
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Wow, I don't think I hit a rental with this yet. Thanks for the hint Pool Float. I will have to remember this if I accidentally get an Impala again (out of Sonatas/Altima). I normally opt for Sonata first.
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LOL... we'll let's at least try to optimistic.
Hyundai hasn't announced drive train details. Personally I hope they avoid that ISG (idle stop go) but it seems its inevitable that all new cars will have it.
I totally wrote off the idea a Fusion because of this feature when I bought my 2017.

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I totally wrote off the idea a Fusion because of this feature when I bought my 2017.
The Fusion is about the only other sedan I'd consider. I'd go for the base SE with the 2.5 automatic. Are you sure it has ISG? Maybe ISG is on the Titanium trim only.

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http://www.burlappcar.com/2019/03/20...onata.html?m=1

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Any bets on whether its engine will be added to the recall list or a class action lawsuit???
Do you mean a recall prior to it going on sale ? Now that would be a industry 1st and might even out do the highly "innovative" development of the KSDS to identify a junk engine.

Personally I don't need a KSDS "innovation" to tell me what I already know

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