Used 2015 Hyundai Azera Sedan Used 2015
Hyundai Azera Sedan

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KBB Editor's Overview

By Editorial Staff

Hyundai excels at offering more style, more features and more power for less money than the competition. With the 2015 Azera luxury sedan, the company’s outdone itself. While one look might have you believing the Azera is a $50,000 high-end European luxury car, the truth is it costs about the same as a nicely equipped Honda Accord or Toyota Avalon. The Azera sedan delivers great power and impressive fuel economy, as well as cutting-edge safety systems such as Blind Spot detection, Lane Change Assist and Forward Collision Warning. While it may not be as sporty as a Nissan Maxima or Volkswagen CC, for the way the majority of people drive their cars, Hyundai’s 2015 Azera luxury sedan is more than sufficient.


You'll Like This Car If...

If you’re shopping for a sedan in the $35K to $40K range, but you also want something a bit more distinctive than a Toyota Avalon or Buick LaCrosse, check out the 2015 Hyundai Azera. Roomy, stylish and loaded with features, the Azera has it all (including a 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty).

You May Not Like This Car If...

If you’re looking for a car that places performance at the top of its attributes list, Hyundai’s 2015 Azera luxury sedan will probably come as a let down. While competent, the Azera doesn’t move like a Chrysler 300, Ford Taurus SHO or Dodge Charger, all of which offer the option of AWD.

What's New for 2015

For 2015, the Hyundai Azera sedan gains more safety features, such as Blind Spot Detection and Lane Change Assist. Last year’s packages are rolled into each trim’s standard-equipment list, while a hands-free Smart Trunk Opener is added. A new 8-inch LCD navigation/multimedia interface is standard and includes Google POI search and Apple’s Eyes-Free Siri integration.

Driving It

Driving Impressions

We’ll say right off the bat that the 2015 Azera from Hyundai has one of the best 6-speed automatic transmissions we’ve tested, and that its 292-horsepower V6 is a force to be reckoned with. That said, the Azera’s racy good looks don’t translate into the promise of a spirited driving experience. The electric-assist power steering feels vague and unresponsive. The suspension delivers a comfortable ride, but only so long as the road surface remains smooth – over bumps and road distortions, the Azera feels unsettled and even jarring at times. The Limited’s 19-inch wheels might have something to do with the roughness. We’d say it was a fair trade-off if the bigger tires came with improved cornering, but sadly, that’s not the case.

Favorite Features

The Hyundai Azera sedan for 2015 offers so much standard equipment it almost begs the question why not just buy the base model and be done with it?

Heated front seats are an option on some sedans, but with the 2015 Azera, heated and ventilated front seats and heated outboard rear seats are standard fare.

Vehicle Details


Even when looking at the base trim, the 2015 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. Limited trims include such luxuries as a panoramic moonroof, a power rear sunshade and manual side-window sunshades.


Hyundai calls its current styling theme “Fluidic Sculpture,” and the rakish 2015 Azera premium sedan 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, fog lights and side-mirror-integrated turn indicators – contribute to the Azera’s sporty, class-above charisma.

Notable Standard Equipment

The 2015 Hyundai Azera boasts the most impressive list of standard equipment in its class. Highlights include keyless entry and push-button start, power-folding side mirrors, automatic climate control, a rearview camera, a power tilt/telescoping steering column, a 12-way power driver’s seat with extension, automatic headlights, navigation, 14-speaker Infinity audio, 18-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, heated and ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, leather seating, BlueLink telematics with safety and convenience services, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, plus iPod/USB and auxiliary audio ports. The Limited adds High Beam Assist, Forward Collision Mitigation, a panoramic sunroof, high-intensity headlights, power rear sunshade, and 19-inch wheels.

Notable Optional Equipment

We’re big fans of simplified pricing structures, and for 2015, Hyundai’s Azera luxury sedan is about as simple as they come. Basically you can have the base or Limited trim, with a handful of dealer installed options such as a first aid kit, mudflaps, carpeted floormats, and a carpeted cargo tray.

Under the Hood

The 2015 Hyundai Azera sedan 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.

3.3-liter V6
293 horsepower @ 6,400 rpm
255 lb-ft of torque @ 5,200 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 20/29 mpg (Azera), 19/28 mpg (Limited)


Pricing Notes

The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for the 2015 Hyundai Azera luxury sedan starts at $34,895. The Limited trim starts at $39,095. Check’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 2015 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.

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