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The Hyundai Azera debuted in the 2006, and a 2012 redesign transformed it into one of the better looking full-size sedans on the market.
The 2013 Azera is a carryover from 2012 and has a single trim level: Base. This includes a 293-horsepower 3.3-liter engine and a six-speed automatic transmission that sends power to the front wheels. The Azera is rated at 20 mpg city and 29 mpg highway. Also standard are 18-inch premium wheels, a high-quality audio system with a subwoofer, and full leather seating.
The 2013 Azera comes in just a single trim level: Base. Standard features include: 18-inch Hyper Silver alloy wheels; chrome exhaust tips; heated power side view mirrors; automatic headlights; fog lamps; a rearview camera; push-button start; leather seating; heated power seats for the driver and front passenger; and a Dimension AM/FM/CD/SiriusXM/MP3 stereo with a 450-watt amplifier and subwoofer.
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