Easily one of the best-looking sedans in the full-size segment, the Hyundai Azera also leads the class in interior size, standard equipment and airbags, making it an IIHS top safety pick.
It's closely related to corporate cousin Kia Cadenza.
What's New for 2014
Hyundai now offers the Azera in two levels of trim: Base and Limited. Both gain blind spot mirrors as standard equipment on both trims. Power folding side mirrors debut for the first time and come standard on the Limited. It also gains an impressive list of additional goodies including a large panoramic sunroof, which is optional on the Base.
Choosing Your Hyundai Azera
All Azeras use a 3.3-liter V6 with 293 horsepower and 255 pound-feet of torque hooked to six-speed automatic transmission.
As mentioned above, the Azera now comes in two trim levels:
Either Azera represents an excellent value. The Base may be more than enough for most people—but prices are so good it wouldn't be irresponsible to pop for the Limited and its ventilated seats.