Hyundai Azera Sedans

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2017 Hyundai Azera

Now five years into its current generation, the Hyundai Azera sedan carries on another year with almost no changes outside of new exterior color choices.

2016 Hyundai Azera

The already loaded Hyundai Azera has few changes for 2016. The upper-end Limited model adds Smart Cruise Control with Stop/Start and an Electronic Parking Brake. That’s it.

About Hyundai Azera

The 2017 Azera represents the top-line sedan in Hyundai's lineup, slotting above the midsize Sonata and compact Elantra. The Azera hasn't received the same attention as its more popular and lower-priced brothers, but if you take a closer look, the Azera has plenty to like. While its roughly $35,000 starting price is above that of rivals like the Toyota Avalon, Nissan Maxima and its own cousin the Kia Cadenza, in true Hyundai fashion the Azera brings a lot of car for the money. The Azera comes with loads of features that would cost extra on rivals, from blind-spot monitoring to climate-controlled seats, plus the best warranty in the business. A standard V6 engine and comfort-oriented ride further the cause for Hyundai's premium sedan.

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