Hyundai Azera Overview
If you want a refined sedan with a detailed, well-finished, and quiet interior, consider the Azera. Its smooth 3.3-liter V6 and six-speed automatic provide strong performance and return a good 23-mpg overall. But the ride is too stiff for a car in this class, and it isn't as comfortable as in the similar Kia Cadenza. Handling lacks agility, and the steering feels artificial. The cabin is spacious, with comfortable front seats, a roomy rear, and generous luxury touches throughout. The 2015 model gets various interior and exterior updates, as well as available blind-spot detection, rear cross-traffic alert, and forward-collision and lane-departure warning. Reliability has been above average.
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