I hear that those Sonatas have plenty of engine.
Problem is they run out of suspension at those speeds, and then...
Not if you have the SE sport suspension. But I didn’t tempt fate. I did it once on the straight and empty stretch of Ocean Pkwy between Jones Beach and Captree in the early morn in the dead of winter. Kept it there for five or six seconds then let up. Car was rock steady.no shake at all. Then we parked and hiked a mile to the Fire Island litehouse, climbed it and took some great pix. Boring story but I felt like typing. G’nite.
I hear that those Sonatas have plenty of engine. Problem is they run out of suspension at those speeds, and then...
I am not trying to be smart, but I don’t have a clue what mylife is talking about. Does he think the suspension blows up at high speed? In my younger years I took several cars north of 120. I doubt whether the suspension in those cars were any better than that found in a Sonata. Of course they all had several hundred pounds of detroit cast iron leading the way which may have helped add some stablity. (Heavy objects tend to want to go in a straight line.)