It's more of a freshening than a full-out restyle, but that's okay, since the Hyundai Sonata is an enjoyable little number. The meat in the middle of the sandwich remains the same, but the nose and tail have been nipped and tucked. Up front, there's new headlights, a reshaped bumper and more chrome on a new grille. On the poop deck, it appears as if the taillights got some attention, but the rest is pretty heavily disguised. We expect to not be floored once the wraps come off, but Hyundai's gotten its styling together in the last few years and a familial resemblance to the Santa Fe and the Veracruz is not a bad thing.
[Source: Inside Line]

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