Used 2008 Hyundai Azera Limited for Sale
Reviews for 2008 Hyundai Azera
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Looks good, drives great, good gas mileage.
Great daily driver
A very comfortable car to drive! Many great amenities and responsive, smooth engine. Looks great inside and out. Huge trunk, lots of leg room. It is an unbelievable value as a used vehicle, possibly the best used car value on the market. Upsides - great acceleration, powerful radio/cd player, huge and quiet cabin, rides like a limo on smooth pavement, great visibility of vehicle's corners for parking, nice leather interior Downsides - ride is a bit jiggly side-to-side on washboard roads and straight-line tracking feels a little uncertain on poor highway surfaces, suspension bottoms out over small potholes, mediocre mileage, driver's seating position is good but not for everyone, front passenger seat needs up/down adjustment, rear seats lean back at an uncomfortable angle, some interior plastic parts seem a little cheap (hard center console armrest for example), 100,000 mile warranty is not transferrable. If you can live with the downsides (which are really not that extreme), a low-mile used 2008 Azera is a real bargain.
Great value for a great car
I have had my Azera for about 6 weeks and I am very happy with this car. The ride quality is great. It has excellent acceleration. The interior is very roomy and comfortable. I am over 6 ft tall and I can put the driver seat all the way back with plenty of room for back seat occupants. I was considering an Accord but after test driving both I decided on the Azera. I bought the Limited version which has almost every feature imaginable. The trunk is much larger than an Accord or Camry's. I know a lot of people are hesitant to buy a Hyundai because of the problems they had when they first started selling cars in the U.S. But they have come a long way. After reading very positive reports about the Azera in Consumers Reports I decided to take a chance. One of the things I like most about my car is the way the steering wheel moves up and out of your way to make exiting easier when you turn off the ignition. It returns to the driving position after you get in and turn the ignition back on. My wife's Lexus doesn't do that. Also, I have gotten over 30 MPG on the highway. Much better than the EPA est. of 26 and that's using regular gas-Premium is not required on this car! My wife is now considering buying a Hyundai Sante Fe because she too is very impressed with this car.
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