US-Specs 2015 Hyundai Azera Launched At Miami Auto Show
Hyundai unveils the refreshed 2015 Azera premium sedan at the Miami Auto Show!
Let’s take a look at the most notable changes for the 2015 MY.
The 2015 Azera has received minor styling tweaks, which, according to Hyundai, to improve the appearance of the sedan from virtually every angle.
Styling tweaks have been made to the front signature grille, as well as to the front and rear bumper fascias. The vehicle also features new LED fog lights and restyled 18-inch alloy wheels.
Inside, the vehicle boasts a slightly restyled center stack.
Speaking overall, the Azera continues to represent a state-of-the-art approach to the traditional premium sedan segment by also delivering a powerful yet efficient powertrain, modern design, and luxury features combined with the carmaker’s consistently strong value proposition.
For the 2015, the Azera comes equipped with standard blind spot detection system with rear cross traffic alert and lane change assist, illuminated door sill plates, a hands-free smart trunk opener and an 8-inch color LCD navigation display.
The 2015 Azera Limited model now also receives features from the 2014 Azera Limited model Premium package as standard equipment!
The 2015 Hyundai Azera is also equipped with the next generation Blue Link system which includes the Vehicle Safeguards Alerts In-Vehicle App.
This app allows parents to coach teen drivers by monitoring their Hyundai’s speed, hours of operation and movements via text message, e-mail or both. The brilliance of the in-vehicle app is now these alerts can be set and modified from inside the vehicle.
Under the hood, the sophisticated Lambda II 3,3L direct-injected V6 gasoline engine motivates the Azera.
It produces best-in-class specific output of 88.8 horsepower per liter, while also boasting the smallest displacement V6 in its class.
The engine’s high-pressure direct injection system (over 2,200 psi), increases power and torque (293 HP and 255 lb-ft), while simultaneously reducing fuel consumption and emissions.