You want to get over a lane, and the car you’re planning on getting in front of speeds up and prevents you from doing so. Never mind the fact that there is nobody behind them, you’re just not getting in front of them.
You want to merge onto the interstate, and the car in the lane you’re trying to merge onto doesn’t speed up or slow down and makes you have to adjust your speed for them to wait for them. Never mind the fact that there is nobody in the adjacent lane for them to have made the courtesy move into, you’re the one who’s going to have to adapt.
You are in a parking lot that flows one way, and around the corner comes the car going in the opposite direction. Whether they realize their folly or not, they still own it and act as if you are inconveniencing them, when they inevitably glare at you as they pass going in the wrong direction.
You have a parking space that you like to frequently park in, and it logically does not make sense for anyone to want it otherwise. You’re on your way to park in it, and the car is already there, sitting precisely where you were planning on parking.
You have been stuck in traffic for an hour on account of an accident, and when you approach the scene of the incident, out of the corner of your eye, you see the car, involved in the fracas.
This car is the Hyundai Sonata. The trolliest car on the road.
I declare this because sparsely does a day go by where at least once one of the aforementioned scenarios, or any other scenarios occur, where a Sonata driver is not the culprit of the grief, regardless or not if it were deliberate.
This is not to say that all Sonata drivers are trolls themselves, it’s solely based on the simple fact that Hyundai Sonatas are at the perfect price point where they’re affordable and easily accessible, while at the same time being just enough physically robust and peppy to be capable of such dickish behavior, right out of the box, from the basest of base models. I have friends that drive Hyundai Sonatas. My mom drives a Hyundai Sonata.
Needless to say, this is also admitting that the Hyundai Sonata is indeed a good vehicle, which I admit to without hesitation. There’s a lot of bang for the buck, even with the base model Sonata; it’s big enough to be justifiable for cargo, it’s gas mileage is adequate enough to justify being efficient, and it has just enough juice in the engine to give others some grief, all while not breaking the bank, or be sought after by collections when non-payment inevitably happens. Their ease of availability means that there’s that much of a greater chance that a troll ends up becoming the primary driver of Sonatas, than anything else on the road.
Preceding the Hyundai Sonata were the fourth and fifth generations of the Nissan Maxima (94-03), as well as the eighth and ninth generations of the Mitsubishi Galant (96-12). Such vehicles were basically in the same circumstances of existence as the Hyundai Sonata is currently, in which both were in competition with Toyota Camry and the Honda Accord in the mid-size vehicle category, and had to have an enticing price point in order to compete. And much like the Sonata is today, both the Maxima and Galant had their days of being commonly seen, driven by dick drivers.
Obviously, these are all opinions and assessments of solely me, but I’d be willing to wager that anyone reading this might begin to notice the sheer volume of Hyundai Sonatas on the road, driving like retards. Especially those in Atlanta or any metropolitan cities.