Legroom City

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I thought I’d show everyone just how much legroom there is for the driver (and front seat passenger) inside the 2022 Hyundai Sonata I’ve been test driving this week. It has 46.1 inches of it, which is so much legroom that even a tall geek like me can just barely touch the pedals with the seat in its fully extended position. Have a look for yourself!

I’ll have more about this sedan – of which there are increasingly few – soon. Stay tuned!

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  1. I’m not too fond of Hyundai’s auto transmissions in the past LOL but credit to them for the legroom. I always wished there was more in most vehicles. Trucks are usually barely okay but cars always need a few inches more.


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