Hyundai is not a name associated with luxury, so you're not to blame for viewing the Hyundai XG350 luxury sedan with a measure of skepticism. That was our first reaction. What we found, however, is that Hyundai's flagship does offer styling and appointments that place it in the near-luxury class. It also offers mid-size roominess and practicality with a sticker in the mid-20s, close to the price of a mid-size sedan. Add in Hyundai's five-year/60,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty, and the XG350 represents a good value. For 2003, Hyundai has upgraded the XG350 with an instrument cluster that's easier to read and a new trip computer.