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Shapely, spacious and well-equipped, the Hyundai Azera delivers the complete full-size family sedan experience along with an extra dose of style. Its driving dynamics are more Buick than BMW, but for buyers simply seeking a big, comfortable sedan with all the trimmings, the Azera fits the bill quite nicely.
The current Hyundai Azera ushered in a new school of design for spacious, comfort oriented large sedans with its 2012 redesign. Hyundai also showed that cars in this class a half step down from luxury brand, but a solid step up from mass market mid-size sedans don’t need to be so floaty and motion sickness inducing. And although in the nearly two years since, much has changed in this class with the introduction of showy new versions of the Chevrolet Impala and Toyota Avalon, most notably the 2014 Hyundai Azera still stands up well for those who want a lot of comfort and features for the money.
Hyundai has positioned the Azera toward ‘design minded consumers,’ and Azera definitely hits an aesthetic high water mark for the brand. Designers looked to build on the ‘fluidic sculpture’ theme, but there’s been a lot of attention paid to the details, with nicely sculpted LED taillamps, side mirrors with build in turn-signal indicators, and HID xenon headlamps. Inside, the layout is definitely more cockpit-like than in most other large sedans, but the dash pushes outward at the corners to help free up a little more space. Cool-blue accent lighting keeps with the ambiance, and there’s a very distinctive two-tier layout, with some combinations pairing a lighter-tone lower tier with a darker upper tier that matches the upholstery.
2014 Hyundai Azera Price. | Pricing for the new 2014 Hyundai Azera has been set at $31,000 – $34,750 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2014 Hyundai Azera we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.
The Azera is now offered in two models: Azera and Azera Limited. The base 2014 Azera includes push-button start, proximity-key entry, Bluetooth connectivity, power front seats, full leather upholstery, dual-zone automatic climate control, heated side mirrors, heated front and rear seats, and a six-inch audio display system with six Mobis speakers. Limited models upgrade to the 450-watt Dimension sound system, which includes XM satellite radio, HD Radio, iPod/USB connectivity, and an auxiliary input jack, along with a navigation system, eight-inch touch-screen display, rear reading lights, a power-adjustable steering wheel, a power sunroof, rear parking assistance, and power-folding side mirrors. A Premium Package adds 19-inch alloy wheels, a panoramic sunroof, rear parking assistance, a power rear sunshade, and manual rear side-window sunshades.
With their ample dimensions and prosaic shape, large sedans are often a yawn to look at, but Hyundai’s organic “Fluidic Sculpture” design language helps the Azera to buck that trend. Up front, the car boasts handsome headlamps and a prominent chrome grille with a distinctive central indentation that continues along the hood. Wrap-around LED taillights dress up the rear end, while the flanks feature the Azera’s most arresting stylistic touch – upswept hips underscored by crisp character lines and echoed in the side window curvature.
The entry-level Azera comes standard with leather upholstery, power-adjustable and heated front seats, heated rear seats, a six-speaker AM/FM/CD/SiriusXM/HD radio stereo with a six-inch LCD display screen and USB and AUX inputs, Bluetooth connectivity with audio streaming, a rearview camera, dual-zone automatic climate control, a proximity key, cruise control and 18-inch alloy wheels.
The Azera Limited adds a navigation system with an eight-inch screen, ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, a 14-speaker, 550-watt Logic 7 premium audio system, a LCD gauge cluster display, a power-adjustable steering column and interior ambient lighting.
+. 2014 Hyundai Azera Standard Interior Features :
>. Air conditioning with cabin air filter.
>. Floor console-mounted rear vents.
>. Dual fully automatic climate control.
>. Rear window defroster, electronic with timer.
>. Roof trim, cloth.
>. 3D carbon fiber appearance interior accents.
>. Door sill scuff plates (premium metal grain).
>. Door trim, simulated leather inserts.
>. Door handles, chrome.
>. Door armrest, integrated.
>. Door pockets with bottle holder.
>. Sunvisors with extension and illuminated driver/passenger vanity mirror.
>. Premium cut-pile floor carpeting.
>. Leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob.
>. Tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel with audio controls, cruise controls, and Bluetooth® phone controls.
>. Leather seating surfaces.
>. Front seats, multi-adjustable bucket.
>. Seatback pockets.
>. Driver’s seat power adjustable lumbar support.
>. 8-way power driver’s seat with 2-way power lumbar.
The Azera is clearly a Hyundai with many design aspects tying it back to the brand. The slotted chrome grille flanked by jewel headlights give a warm, friendly appearance to the front fascia. A nice belt-line runs from the headlights through the door handle and back over the rear taillights. A second and higher “hip” line forms over the rear door handles and further accents the parallel belt-line running just below.
Out back, the Azera concludes with clean lines and integrated chrome exhaust tips. Overall, the Azera is a clean-looking, modern sedan that not considering its middle-child syndrome just barely suffers from blandness. Otherwise, it’s an attractive package.
+. 2014 Hyundai Azera Standard Exterior Features :
>. Headlights, jeweled projector-lens with LED accent lighting.
>. Center High Mount Stop Lamp (CHMSL) LED type.
>. Front fog lights.
>. Automatic light control with delay off feature.
>. Manual-folding side mirrors, body-color with turn signal indicators.
>. Side mirrors, heated with timer.
>. Driver blind spot mirror.
>. Bumper, body-color.
>. Grille, chrome.
>. Chrome body-side moldings.
>. Chrome window belt molding.
>. Door handles, chrome-insert.
>. Solar control glass.
>. Front windshield, 2-speed with variable intermittent, speed sensitive.
>. Integrated chrome-tipped dual rear exhaust.
Shoppers looking for style and comfort generally want good, confident straight-line performance, and the Azera has that and more. The 3.3-liter ‘Lambda’ V-6 makes 293 horsepower, as well as 255 pound feet on regular gasoline and is smooth and responsive, thanks in part to a six-speed automatic transmission, which includes a Shiftronic manual mode. The transmission has a wide range of gear ratios to allow quick takeoffs, strong passing ability, and relaxed cruising. In previous drives we’ve noted that the electric power steering is confidence inspiring (although Hyundai notes that it’s been retuned for this year), and special Sachs amplitude-selective campers not only help filter out minor bumps.
So far, based on Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) testing, the 2014 Hyundai Azera offers great safety and security. It earned top ‘good’ scores in frontal, side, and rear impact testing, plus roof strength, and in all frontal and side testing; and in the roof-strength test it withstood 4.76 times its weight. A rearview camera system is included, as are blind-spot mirrors this year, and dual rear side-impact bags are among the nine standard airbags.