Used 2014 Hyundai Azera Sedan
Hyundai Azera Sedan
The 2014 Hyundai Azera delivers luxury-car levels of comfort and performance, but its price tag remains well below $32,000.
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2014 Hyundai Azera KBB Expert Review
The 2014 Hyundai Azera blends a seductive outer skin with a lush interior filled with premium amenities usually reserved for cars costing tens of thousands more. The Azera is powerful yet relatively fuel-efficient, and although we wish it exhibited a bit more athleticism in the corners, we can’t complain about the smooth and well-regulated ride. Positioned against the Toyota Avalon and Nissan Maxima, the Azera’s standard content list is impressive, as are its comfortable seats, intuitive electronics and well-appointed interior. As driving tastes can vary, we advise taking the Azera for a good long test drive to judge for yourself, but those looking for comfort over performance will likely enjoy the experience.
You'll Like This Car If...
If you’re seeking a roomy, stylish sedan as impressive in features as it is price, the 2014 Hyundai Azera should move to the top of your shopping list. Hyundai’s 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty comes at no extra charge.
You May Not Like This Car If...
If you think the Azera’s sleek and stylish exterior promises equally impressive ability in the corners, be prepared for a letdown. While the ride is smooth and comfortable around town, it’s not as much fun to drive as the Nissan Maxima, Chevrolet Impala or Chrysler 300.
What's New for 2014
For 2014, Hyundai drops the Azera’s price by nearly $1,300, reconfigures some of its content, and adds a new base model that includes a 6-inch color LCD audio display, a rearview camera and a driver's blind-spot mirror. The Limited trim gains a new 8-inch navigation system and power-folding side mirrors.
You’ll get no argument from us that the Azera’s 293-horsepower V6 is a formidable engine, or that its 6-speed automatic is one of the most competent transmissions we’ve tested. However, when it comes to the Azera’s overall ride and handling, things are not so rosy. Hyundai’s electric power steering lacks feel and the Azera’s suspension, while comfortable over smooth surfaces, is easily unsettled over rough or choppy pavement. Toss in the 19-inch wheels that come standard with the Premium Package and the Azera’s ride goes from acceptable to harsh, but with no return of improved grip or cornering.
Even with its reconfigured content this year, for the money, the 2014 Hyundai Azera offers a staggeringly rich standard content bundle.
Heated front seats are still an option on some sedans, but they’re standard on the Azera, with the Limited trim adding ventilated cooling front seats and heated rear seats.
Especially when upgraded with the Premium Package, the 2014 Hyundai Azera’s passenger cabin pretty much tops its class and even puts pressure on some well-established luxury cars. It offers more convenience and infotainment technologies than any of its competitors, comfortable front seats for both driver and passenger (not a Hyundai trademark) and nine airbags including a driver’s knee airbag. The Premium Package adds a panoramic moonroof, a power rear sunshade and manual side-window sunshades.
Hyundai calls its current styling theme “Fluidic Sculpture,” and the rakish 2014 Azera is a fine example. Aggressive sheetmetal with bold character lines in the flanks, integrated exhaust outlets and crisp LED lighting all around – daytime running lights, taillights and side-mirror-integrated turn indicators – contribute to the Azera’s sporty, class-above charisma.
Notable Standard Equipment
The 2014 Hyundai Azera has one of the category’s higher starting sticker prices – $31,895 with destination – but also boasts the most impressive list of standard equipment. Highlights include keyless entry and push-button start, automatic climate control, rearview camera, auto headlights, 18-inch alloy wheels, heated front seats, leather seating, BlueLink telematics with OnStar-like safety and convenience services, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, plus iPod/USB and auxiliary audio ports. The Limited adds navigation, 14-speaker Infinity audio, heated and cooling front seats, heated rear seats, 10-way power driver’s seat, power tilt/telescoping steering wheel and power folding side mirrors.
Notable Optional Equipment
We’re big fans of simplified pricing structures, and the 2014 Hyundai Azera’s is about as simple as they come. Do you want the Limited trim’s Premium Package? That’s the only question, as all the available options are bundled into that one group. For another $2,150 you add a panoramic moonroof, 19-inch wheels, a power rear sunshade, manual side window sunshades, and rear park assistance.
Under the Hood
The 2014 Hyundai Azera features a strong and efficient 3.3-liter V6 engine that sends power to the front wheels via a 6-speed automatic transmission with a manual shift mode. It’s among the category’s more impressive powertrains, and one of the most efficient; that EPA highway estimate of 29 mpg, in particular, is notable considering the power of the engine and the size of the car it has to move.
293 horsepower @ 6,400 rpm
255 lb-ft of torque @ 5,200 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 19/29 mpg
The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for the 2014 Hyundai Azera starts at $31,895. The Limited trim starts at $35,645 with the $2,150 Premium Package as the sole option. Check KBB.com’s Fair Purchase Price to see what Hyundai Azera buyers are paying in your area. For a while, even well after the vehicles became good, Hyundais suffered from poor residual values but those days are largely gone. The 2014 Hyundai Azera is projected to hold its resale value well, about even with the Nissan Maxima, slightly behind the Ford Taurus, and a little ahead of the Toyota Avalon.
Hyundai Azera Consumer Reviews
October 28, 2017
Most comfortable and long-wearing car Ive ever ow
OK everyone -- brace yourselves for this review! I purchased the 2006 AZERA for 31,600 in April 2006. I got the Limited model, patent...
January 31, 2017
5 Star Quality Car
I love the Azera. It has every option I would want and they all come standard. The car has 300 hp and rides like a luxury car should....
December 08, 2016
Looks and drives well. Ride slightly harsh on cement highways...smooth and quiet on blacktop. Base model comes fully loaded except for...
August 24, 2016
Best vehicle I have ever purchased.
I just recently purchased a used 2012 Azera. It was kept in excellent condition and she is amazing. The ride and feel is great. I have...
August 22, 2016
I LOVE MY CAR
I love this car. I bought this car because I needed to buy some inequity from a previous purchase and needed something I could be happy...
January 17, 2016
Very comfortable car, great value for the money
December 26, 2015
Love my NEW 2014 AZERA.......
Went to the dealership to look at the Sonata, since I had narrowed my choices (wanted quality, style, warranty and good pricing. Getting...
Car guy with a Hyundai
October 10, 2015
Hyundai from a Lincoln
I had never paid attention to the Hyundai AZERA until my wife and I went looking for a car to replace her 2012 Cadiallac CTS, which was...
September 13, 2015
Hyundai's secret weapon
I looked at several cars in this segment, Kia Cadenza, Toyota Avalon, etc.. The base Azera came with more standard equipment than the...
September 12, 2015
This is the best auto I have owned even though it is about $3500 lesser cost compared to previous makes I have owned. There have always...