Used 2016 Hyundai Sedan Values

Get book values and prices for pre-owned 2016 Hyundai Sedan models

(Model years 2018 - 1986 including exotics and classic cars)
The economical and compact Hyundai Accent won’t break your budget and offers a comfortable ride that has more features and amenities than you might expect.
The premium Azera by Hyundai is back for 2016 with all the bells and whistles you’d imagine.
Hyundai’s popular Elantra GT hatchback is back for 2016 with the reliability and features that made it a hit with buyers in the first place.
Elegant, fuel efficient and safe with plenty of features that come standard and lots more that you can add aptly describes the long-lasting Elantra by Hyundai.
Hyundai’s full-featured, flagship sedan returns for 2016 packed with features.
The Genesis sedan is back for 2016 and packed with a solid list of standard features.
Hyundai’s best-selling Sonata is back for 2016 with plenty of features that buyers will love.
The roomy Sonata Hybrid sedan won’t cut into your budget on fuel costs and offers a long list of amenities and add-ons that make it a best-seller.
Hyundai appeals to the eco-friendly and budget-minded shopper with its fuel-friendly and feature-rich Hyundai Sonata Plug-in Hybrid.

Hyundai sells three sedans in four sizes – the subcompact Accent, the compact Elantra, the mid-size Sonata, and the entry-luxury Azera. The Accent has four-cylinder power and either a manual or automatic transmission. The Elantra is available with four-cylinder power and either type of transmission, manual or automatic. The Sonata is sold with four-cylinder engine options and an automatic transmission, as well as a hybrid model and new for 2016, a plug-in hybrid. The Azera offers just one engine and transmission combination – a 3.3-liter V-6 and an automatic transmission. While the Sonata competes in the mid-size class, the Azera is an entry-luxury large sedan that competes with vehicles like the Chevrolet Impala.