2008 Hyundai AzeraKen - West Vallet, Ut.07/15/2009
A very good car with lots of adatives, for not a lot of money.
This Car is great
2006 Hyundai AzeraHoover - FL07/08/2007
After looking at every sedan on the market from Honda, Lexus, Toyota, Accura, and Infinity, I kept coming back to the Azera. I drove an Infinity for the last 6 years and so I was used to a certain level of comfort and performance. The Azera had everything I wanted at a price well below the competition. My car is an 06 model and so far the value has not dropped on the car much at all. I now have over 7000 miles on the car and absolutley love it. I average around 20-21 mpg between hwy and city driving. I still can't beleive that more people do not know about this car
Unbelievably great value
2007 Hyundai AzeraThe Rev - Raleigh, NC12/28/2011
I always thought the Azera to be a well kept secret; it more or less gets lost in the shuffle between the Sonata and the Genesis and Equus in Hyundai's advertising. Certainly there are still those among us who believe Hyundai = "cheap throwaway car", and can't wrap their heads around the concept that "Hyundai" and "luxury" aren't mutually exclusive terms. Toyota and Honda, it should be noted, were also "cheap throwaway cars" when they first arrived on our shores.
If one didn't see the "H" on the steering wheel, one could easily be persuaded that he's driving a Lexus. To be able to spend Camry or Accord money and buy an Azera instead (all this AND such a strong factory warranty) should be an easy call. To consider spending upwards of $20,000 for any number of new compact models when one can find as I did a 2007 Azera Limited loaded to the hilt with under 20,000 miles-- and still be able to put several thousand bucks back in my pocket-- should be a no brainer.
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