Hyundai offers four trims in total, two allocated to each of the two derivatives, the Hybrid and Plug-In Hybrid Sonatas. Both the Hybrid SE ($25,750) and base Plug-In Hybrid ($33,400) models are similarly equipped with cloth upholstery, hands-free trunk access, and dual-zone climate control. Their primary differences are the drivetrains, with the Plug-In getting a larger battery, more powerful electric motor, and a higher combined power figure of 202 horsepower to the Hybrid’s 193 hp. The Hybrid Limited, at $31,300, is a more luxurious option, with leather upholstery, a panoramic sunroof, LED headlights, power adjustable heated and ventilated front seats and 60/40 split folding rear seats.
The Plug-In Hybrid Limited is similarly equipped. While it loses the sunroof, it adds a heated steering wheel, rear park sensors, driver attention warning, eight-inch navigation, wireless charging, and premium Infinity audio system as standard, all of which are optionally available on the Hybrid Limited. The Plug-In Hybrid Limited costs $39,000.