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Hyundai Sonata's Style Leadership Spurs Competitors, Including 2015 Chrysler 200

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edited September 2014 in Chrysler

imageHyundai Sonata's Style Leadership Spurs Competitors, Including 2015 Chrysler 200

The Hyundai Sonata sedan wields considerable influence on styling in the highly competitive midsize-sedan segment.

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  • kokomojoekokomojoe Posts: 150
    Chrysler has not had a design or style of it's own in decades. The Ram/Dodge truck the only original design they have come up with.
  • lions208487lions208487 Posts: 240
    @ Koko - In regards to a mid sized or compact sedan I will agree with you, but considering that the 300 was inspired by the brands own 300 lettered cars of the 1950's and early 60's I couldn't disagree more in regards to their full sized sedan.

    Now as
  • dfelix70dfelix70 Posts: 143
    I think you're giving Hyundai more credit than it deserves, really. Yes, the 2010 Sonata made a big splash, but not many cars in the segment followed suit. The Accord is still typical Honda-handsome-conservative. The Camry (prior to recent hideous update) was very restrained. The Altima is a clear evolution of its design. The Malibu is a 4-door Camaro. The new 200 is almost a rehash of a Taurus. Speaking of Taurus, I think the 2010 Hyundai was much like the 1986 Taurus in that it made a huge splash for its unique design for the segment, and essential thievery of a German design, the Audi 5000.
  • kokomojoekokomojoe Posts: 150
    @lions- the 300 design is a Bentley body style not at all like the 300's of the past only the name is
  • raidzeroraidzero Posts: 1
    The 2011 Sonata design is "inspired" by the Passat CC and Mercedes CLS. I was surprised in 2010 seeing the Sonata, because I really liked the CLS, and how much they copied the same "4 door coupe" design.
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