2012 Hyundai Azera Price Starts At $32,000
The redesigned 2012 Hyundai Azera price starts at $32,000 (excluding $875 freight)…
Hyundai have proven themselves to be an automaker that goes out of their way to provide their customers with quality products that won’t break the bank of the average consumer.
They have just shown that gain with the pricing of the all new Hyundai Azera, and what you can expect to see is much more bang for your buck.
The base model of the 2012 Hyundai Azera is priced at just $32,000, while the top of the range 2012 Hyundai Azera loaded with the Technology Package costs just $4,000 more.
Many people are going to find that the package they get with the base version of the new Azera near-luxury sedan will be more than enough, as it is loaded with more features than the first generation Azera Limited model.
Those new features that now come standard include Gasoline Direct Injection -GDI technology, 293 horsepower with an extremely fuel efficient 23mpg, Blue Link telematics system, heated rear seats, 18 inch alloy wheels, and much more.
That is far more than you get in most basic large segment models from other automakers, especially at that price.
As far as design goes, the second-generation Hyundai Azera continues with Hyundai’s Fluidic Sculpture approach, which gives it a much sleeker, powerful look than the original design.
The bold new design and premium features are sure to delight customers new and old, and all those extras will go a long way to serving notice to competitor’s in this segment, such as the Maxima, Taurus, Avalon, and LaCrosse.
Hyundai has put the focus on efficiency with the 2012 Azera, with its Lambda II 3.3L Gasoline Direct Injection -GDI engine.
The highly potent V6 engine is mated to a Shiftronic 6-speed automatic transmission, and despite the powerful 293 horsepower, the Azera still delivers in the fuel economy department with 20 mpg in the city, and 29 mpg on the highway.
That fuel economy is due in large part to the powertrain which has Active Eco System, modifying the engine and transmission control to better improve fuel efficiency.
Interior technology is fast becoming standard on all Hyundai models, and the 2012 Azera is no different.
The Premium sedan model offers a Bluetooth hands-free phone system, as well as the Blue Link system which provides superior levels of service, infotainment and safety.
Safety is always a large part of any Hyundai vehicle, and the Azera sports nine airbags, as well as impact-absorbing front seats. That safety is also extended to potential collision situations, with the Vehicle Stability Management system effectively linking the ESC, TCS, and EBD safety features.
The 2012 Hyundai Azera fits snugly between the mid-size Sonata and the mid-luxury Genesis, and has to be considered one of the best valued premium large sedans on the market.