2017 Hyundai Sonata Sport Among Top Vehicles for Pets

When we think about the best Hyundai models for pet owners, we typically tend to lean more toward crossovers and SUVs because they’re so much bigger than the Hyundai sedans. While this sentiment is true to a certain extent—the Hyundai Santa Fe and Hyundai Tucson are great options for people who travel with cats and dogs—the 2017 Hyundai Sonata Sport is another great automobile for people with pets.

For starters, the Hyundai Sonata Sport is much more spacious than some Cochrane, AB customers may expect, not only in terms of straight-up trunk space, but also in terms of its diverse cargo area that expands when the back row of seats fold flat. Even without folding the seats, that back row is spacious enough to accommodate a fairly large crate, which preserves all that storage in the boot for other things, should the need call for it.

Furthermore, the Hyundai brand always has made safety a major priority in the design of their automobiles, and that remains the case with this particular model. Safety features abound, but there are products pet owners can buy for their animals that allow them to buckle up, which obviously would keep them even safer over long trips.

Finally, the ride is comfortable, both for the driver and their passengers, whether human or animal. New and used Hyundai models are notoriously smooth in their drive quality, and that remains the case with the 2017 Hyundai Sonata Sport.

If you’d like to see for yourself how this or any other Hyundai vehicle would work for you and your pet, stop by Country Hills Hyundai any time and one of our sales associates will be happy to get you set up for a test drive!

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