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.
for the money, it's an incredible value, fully loaded with plenty on interior room and style, fuel economy is more than decent, and with a warranty that is one of the best in the business, (if you want to break the mold out of the other more popular brands) give this Azera Limited your serious consideration.
The Azera was a 4.8/5.0. In the test drive it drove like a dream. Great amenities in interior. Searched CarMax online for 2 1/2 year when I found this one. The price was great and gas mileage is good. This care turns head wherever we drive. Sometimes we find people around it and ask us where we bought it and how old it is. When we say Carmax and it 6 years old they don't believe its that old. And we got a great deal. Had to replace front strut shocks 3 month after purchase due to porposing after a bump. Repair fixed the problem. By then it was out of warranty. Any way with only 50,000 miles it is a great car with an awesome ride. Would recommend Randy our sales person he was great to work with. Plan to by my next car there also.