A new report shows that the average price of a new Hyundai sports sedan in the U.S. was just $25,500, compared to $33,500 for a similarly sized luxury sedan.
The report from the Kelley Blue Book, a trade publication for consumers, is based on a survey of nearly 15,000 Hyundai dealers and was released Friday.
It found that in 2013, Hyundai sold more than 1.5 million Hyundai sport sedans, while Toyota sold about 1.3 million Toyotas.
The two big differences between the two automakers were the amount of space that was left on the dash for the steering wheel, and how much room was available on the back seat.
In contrast, the 2015 Toyota Camry has a large center console, and a large front bench seat.
Hyundai also has more space than its competitor, the Toyota Prius.
Hyundai also offers a sportier design, with a more sporty, sporty look.
Hyundais sporty styling is matched by its sporty engine.
Hyundai’s powertrain, which is powered by a turbocharged, twin-turbocharged, four-cylinder engine, produces a combined 546 horsepower and 520 pound-feet of torque.
The automaker’s latest model, the 2016 Camry S, is a little more powerful, producing 567 horsepower and 556 pound-ft of torque, according to the KelleyBlueBook.