“This thing doesn’t drive, it hovers.”
That’s the first thing that ran through my head after driving the 2014 Hyundai Azera Limited today.
Until this week, I had never even been in Hyundai. But now I know, driving a Hyundai is sort of like driving a cloud.
I guess that idea is only reinforced by the fact this one comes with a panoramic tilt-and-slide sunroof. So it’s almost like having a convertible; since, in essence, the walls and ceiling are made of glass and can all be opened.
Another phrase I would like to use to describe the 2014 Hyundai Azera is “user friendly.”
I have reviewed cars in the past where it took a day or so to really get a feel for where everything is and how everything works.
Not in this car. Everything just makes sense. I liked that there were plenty of easy to access compartments to place the keys, my phone, my camera, and my son’s snacks.
It’s also very easy to fold up the back seats to access the trunk. That’s a feature my 3 year-old son holds very dear, because he likes to crawl through it.
So bottom line, this is a fun family car to drive. Our family loves it. Nice and easy, but also fancy too.
I always got Hyundai mixed up with Honda. Not anymore. Based on this particular one, the 2014 Hyundai Azera, I have a very high opinion of the company.
It’s got a different feel to it all together. Interesting… in a good way, is how I want to phrase it.
3.3L Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) V6 Engine
293 Horsepower @ 6,400 rmp/255 lb-ft Torque @5,200 rpm
Dual Continuous Variable Valve Timing
6-Speed Automatic Transmission w/SHIFTRONIC
Active ECO System
18-inch Hyper Silver Alloy Wheels w/P245/45R18 Tires
This vehicle has not yet been rated by the government for overall vehicle score, frontal crash, side crash or rollover risk.
Fuel Economy: 19 city/29 highway; 23 combined
Annual Fuel Cost: $2,300
Total Price as Shown: $37,905.00