2011 Hyundai Veracruz Review

For consumers in the market for a new vehicle this year, the 2011 Hyundai Veracruz is a great option. The vehicle offers great value, comfort (for passengers and driver), premier interior features, and an overall great look for consumers in the market for a midsize SUV crossover.

There are currently two models available: GLS and the Limited edition. The GLS has a base price of $28,345 with the basic features. It offers a 3.8L V6 engine, gets 17 MPG in the city and 22MPG highway, has an mp3 player, satellite radio, AWD, side/curtain airbags, third row seating, offers great traction control, and optional bluetooth technologies. The Limited edition has a sticker price of $34,395, and offers the same base features as does the GLS model.

2011 hyundai veracruz reviews

The 2011 model offers no change from the 2010 model, other than some package and option updates which consumers can add on. For consumers on the market for a fairly priced midsize crossover, the Veracruz does not disappoint. The vehicle, although an economically priced vehicle, comes into the market offering basic features, which are typically found in luxury sedans and SUVs. This is one of the main reasons it is such an appealing choice for consumers, you are paying a much lower price, yet feel as if you are getting the top of the line in luxury and comfort.

The overall ride of the vehicle is smooth and composed; it’s 260 horsepower V6 engine makes for a smooth ride, yet is capable of getting through roads and corners which larger V8 engines are typically designed for. The vehicle has fairly low levels of road noise and wind while driving, and offers a great rear cabin. Although the exterior of the vehicle is fairly plain and generic looking (in comparisson with other midsize SUVs on the market), the upscale interior features do not disappoint, and are anything but generic.

The interior is built with the utmost quality in design and offers several touches including wood trim and two-tone color panel schemes offering a visually appealing touch. As far as the body style, the Hyundai Veracruz is a seven passenger crossover.

2011 hyundai veracruz 7 seats

The GLS offers 17 inch alloy wheels, foglights, automatic headlights, cruise control options, a rear parking sensor, power seats, heated front seats, rear climate control vents, a basic 6 speaker CD player, and connections for Ipod/MP3 players. For more luxurious seeking consumers, the Limited edition offers 18 inch alloy wheels, leather interior, drive memory functions, a 6-CD changer, power tilt and telescoping steering column, and includes a navigation system and 10 speaker infinity surround audio (in the navigation package). Bluetooth are optional on both models.

Whether you are looking for style, comfort, luxury, or just a dependable midsize SUV crossover on the market, the 2011 Hyundai Veracruz is a great choice. Coming in at a fairly lower price range for 7 passenger SUV crossovers, and offering luxury interior features in both models, the crossover is a great vehicle for both the casual driver, or for someone wanting a luxury vehicle, withouth the luxury price tag.

Hyundai Veracuz 7 Passenger SUV

 

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