New 2014 Hyundai Azera Review | Azera Comparison For Phoenix, AZ

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You might expect to see little change in a car model which just experienced a large leap in sales over the course of 2013. You wouldn't even be surprised to see the price rise on such a popular vehicle. Not the case with the new Hyundai Azera which had a 34 percent sales increase this past year. If you missed out on the Azera in 2013, you won't want to miss the new, lower-priced base 2014 Hyundai Azera in Phoenix. Hyundai is also offering a new Azera Limited trim level in 2014. Take your time and peruse our 2014 Azera review, including standard specifications, a video overview and a useful car comparison feature.

Sleek, fluid and flowing are terms you see often in Hyundai Azera reviews. Azera is attractively styled to lead the eye along the angled front grill and swept back lights, over the sleek roofline and along the long, elegant profile. Taking it inside, we find a dual-cockpit-styled front cabin with an optional panoramic sunroof that makes the front passenger space seem even larger and more accommodating than its class-leading 40 inches of headroom. Here in Phoenix, the available power rear sunshade and manual rear side window shades are much appreciated.

Luxury appointments include all the latest in high-tech connectivity, from the Bluetooth phone system and steering wheel-mounted controls to the 6-inch standard audio display (8-inch touch screen interface with navigation on the Limited) and Blue Link telematics system.

The 2014 Azera received newly enhanced steering for better dynamic feel and precision. In addition, improvements to the suspension system were made to provide not only a more comfortable ride but better contact with the road surface which further enhanced handling. Hyundai's vehicle stability management system coordinates a group of electronically enhanced control systems to improve traction, stability and braking for optimum vehicle control. Other standard safety systems include a set of nine airbags, a driver's blind-spot mirror and a rearview camera.

2014 Azera vs the Competition - Compare Features & Specs

The 2014 Ford Taurus, Buick Lacrosse, Chrysler 300 and the Toyota Avalon are no match for the 2014 Azera! Just compare Hyundai's latest model head-to-head with them and you'll realize that it outperforms the competition easily. You'll love the Azera's long list of enticing attributes, including its inexpensive pricing and modern cabin amenities. Compare its price against the aforementioned vehicles and you'll surely see that it's a truly outstanding value, which makes it a well-liked choice for many Phoenix Hyundai customers. Find even more info about its specs; see our quick-facts list for the Azera - bullets below.

  • 2014 Hyundai Azera 0-60 MPH in 6.1 seconds
  • 2014 Hyundai Azera Body Style(s): Sedan
  • 2014 Hyundai Azera Colors: Porcelain White Pearl, Midnight Blue Pearl, Venetian Red Pearl, Black Onyx Pearl, etc...
  • 2014 Hyundai Azera Cargo Space: 16.6 cubic feet
  • 2014 Hyundai Azera MSRP: $31000
  • 2014 Hyundai Azera MPG: 20 city / 29 highway
  • 2014 Hyundai Azera Seats: 5 passengers
  • 2014 Hyundai Azera Doors: 4-door

For more information on the 2014 Hyundai Azera, contact Camelback Hyundai

Buying a car takes time, research and a little help along the way! That's why Camelback Hyundai has provided the Azera review above and reviews of other 2014 Hyundai models. We take our responsibility to provide the best reviews authored by automotive experts - it's just one more thing that makes us a respected Hyundai dealership in Phoenix. This Hyundai review contains dependable information about the Azera and it's specifications, mpg and more. Please visit our Hyundai review and compare archive if you feel the Azera is not right for you; there you&ll learn about Camelback Hyundai's entire lineup.

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