In mid-October, Hyundai announced that its 2011 Sonata Hybrid would be eligible for a $1,300 tax credit, and now the online configurator has officially powered up, indicating that orders will likely be accepted soon. With a a low base price of $25,795 (not including $750 in destination charges), the Sonata Hybrid can be loaded with options while still keeping the tab in the low $30s range.
The Sonata Hybrid's standard equipment includes LED headlight accents, fog lights, iPod/USB connectivity, Bluetooth and automatic headlamp control. The optional $5,000 premium package adds a panoramic sunroof, 17-inch alloy wheels, satellite navigation, a rear backup camera, HD radio, leather seats and an Infinity premium sound system.
All Sonata Hybrids boast the ability to achieve up to 35/40 miles per gallon, city/highway. Hit up Hyundai's site to spec a Sonata Hybrid that suits you. Hat tip to Javier!