Hyundai Sonata Limited: I test-drove a 2011 Hyundai Sonata Limited today. It handles very nicely, and has adequate "get up and go" for a 4-cylinder engine. I'm a small-built woman and this care fit me nicely. The interior was nice - leather upholstery appears to be durable without looking like cheap or fake like some leather interiors do. This particular car didn't have the navigation package which was disappointing. I tested the radio and the sound was pretty good once the bass and treble were adjusted. The proximity of the buttons on the dash was good - don't have to reach, but don't feel crowded either. Nice big trunk. I like this car! Thumbs up. (P.S. I'd previously driven the Sonata SE - I did not like this car. Rides too rough, feels cheap because of it.)
Walser Hyundai Brooklyn Park: This is where I'd test-driven the Sonata Limited and SE. The staff there are attentive and very courteous. The showroom wasn't impressive - not as professional and classy as other auto show rooms typically are. I was not impressed with the fact that they cannot tell me when a hybrid would be in. And their stock of Sonata Limiteds is lacking. They had lots of Sonata SEs - my take is that they ordered too many, and because the SE ride is rough they aren't selling. Just my opinion of why they only had a few Limiteds and many SEs. I would purchase a car from this dealership based on the attitudes of the staff and convenience for me (distance from my workplace).