While Hyundai is known for its dependability, customers often ask if they need a larger V6 engine–like the 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe has–or a small, powerful four-cylinder that is found on the 2018 Hyundai Sonata. At O’Brien Hyundai of Fort Myers, we have a selection of Hyundai models on our lots with both four-cylinder engines and V6 engines. Check through the specs, then stop into our dealership to test drive each model to find which one fits your requirements.

On the 2018 Hyundai Sonata, you’ll have your choice of rugged engines. With five miles per gallon difference between the eco engine and the turbo, it’s essential to balance your engine and economic needs.

With the Eco 1.6-liter inline four-cylinder engine, you’ll get 178 of horsepower and 195 per lb-ft of torque. While not the zippiest car, the incredible 31 combined miles per gallon and comfortable seating for five certainly fits those with budget-minded requirements.

The twin-scroll turbo engine on the Hyundai Limited 2.0T has a combined fuel standard of 26 mpg. With this, you’ll get 245 horsepower and a whopping 260 per lb-ft of torque. However, for a perfect combination of power and economy, test drive a Hyundai Sonata with the four-cylinder 2.4-liter engine. With a combined 28 mpg, this inline engine offers 185 horsepower and 178 per lb-ft of torque.

Now, if you’re looking for increased towing capacity, then move up to an SUV, like our Hyundai Sante Fe. This V6 engine relies on six cylinders for increased horsepower and torque.

With a range of engines to choose from, our Hyundai dealership provides a variety of used Hyundai models near Fort Myers along with new cars for you to test drive. Once you try it out on a ramp or for city driving, then you’ll understand why the Hyundai engine, regardless of options, offers reliability.