Hyundai Equus Overview
Hyundai's flagship competes with the largest luxury sedans, but costs a good deal less. While the ride is comfortable, body motions can be a bit buoyant and handling is ponderous. Power delivery is smooth and refined from the standard V8 and eight-speed automatic. 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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