Hyundai Equus Overview
Hyundai's flagship competes with the largest luxury sedans but costs a good deal less. The Equus does a commendable job at absorbing and hiding all but the most severe impacts, but body motions can be a bit buoyant and give the car a busy feeling on some surfaces. Handling can best be described as ponderous, with a lot of body lean and steering that lacks any feedback. The standard V8 has smooth and refined power delivery, and the eight-speed automatic does its job with little notice. The interior is spacious and well-finished, but some controls are complex. Overall, the Equus doesn't quite measure up to the established luxury brands. Available features include adaptive cruise control and a lane-departure warning system.
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