Found this link to the 2008 Sonata. Might be of interest to some\n\n[URL]http://www.thecarconnection.com/Vehicle_Reviews/Sedans_Coupes_and_Hatchbacks/2008_Hyundai_Sonata_Whats_New.S180.A12409.html[/URL]\n\nHyundai says that for the first time, its 2008 Sonata sedan will be\noffered with a four-cylinder engine in all trim levels.\n\nThe popular V-6 engine will remain available on its GLS, SE, and\nLimited editions as the Sonata returns for a third model year in its\ncurrent body style.\n\n\n\nWith a spacious interior that's larger than any of the mid-size\nJapanese competition, the Sonata GLS sports a 2.4-liter four-cylinder\nengine with 162 horsepower. Its base price of ,195 includes\nstability and traction control, anti-lock brakes, side curtain\nairbags, and a large 16.3-cubic-foot trunk. New premium seat cloth is\nfound inside, along with AM/FM/XM/CD/MP3 audio, air conditioning,\ncruise control, and a tilt steering wheel. Hyundai's 234-hp, 3.3-liter\nV-6 is available on this model for a base price of ,645.\n\n\n\nThe next step up the range is the ,895 Sonata SE, which is offered\nwith either engine. It also adds 17-inch alloy wheels with 55-series\ntires, a spoiler, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a power driver\nseat, along with a five-speed automatic transmission on the V-6\nmodels. Also added on SE models are steering-wheel audio controls,\nchrome trim, a telescoping steering wheel, and a trip computer.\n\n\n\nThe ,995 Sonata Limited is also offered in four- or six-cylinder\nversions. It gets a standard CD changer and subwoofer/amplifier, a\npower driver seat, and heated front seats. The sole option is a\nsunroof.\n\n\n\nAll Sonatas come with Hyundai's five-year, 60,000-mile comprehensive\nwarranty.