Used Car: 2010 Hyundai Azera Review
The 2010 Hyundai Azera offers a spacious interior and a long list of standard features, but the Azera lags behind other 2010 large cars wwhen it comes to crash test scores.
The 2010 Hyundai Azera doesn’t have spirited handling, but reviewers were satisfied with its performance when it was new. The Azera’s suspension is tuned for comfort, and as a result, many reviewers noted that the handling is similar to that of large cars like the 2010 Toyota Avalon and 2010 Buick LaCrosse. Ultimately, the Azera isn’t an athletic sedan, but reviewers felt that it was a practical choice among large cars. If your top priorities are safety, note that the Azera’s crash test scores aren’t as impressive as top competitors’.
The Azera’s interior was described by reviewers as spacious and comfortable. While other large cars have more cargo space, reviewers said that the Azera has a large trunk with a wide opening for easy access. They also liked the controls, saying that they are easy to read and use. Standard equipment on the base Azera includes cloth seats, a power driver seat, dual-zone climate control, a six-speaker CD stereo and satellite radio. If you’re looking for more luxury, you should consider the Azera Limited, which adds features like a sunroof, navigation, leather seats, a rear sunshade, driver-seat memory and a 10-speaker Infinity stereo system with a USB port.
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Other Cars to Consider
If you’re looking for a sensible large car, reviewers favored the Ford Taurus, which was redesigned for 2010. Most agreed that the Taurus delivers better performance and a spacious, comfortable interior.
The 2010 Buick Lucerne is a smart choice if you’re seeking a used car with an outstanding reliability rating and don’t mind giving up a little performance. You’ll also sacrifice slightly on fuel economy and interior quality, but the Lucerne offers a spacious interior that can seat up to six.