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By Cars.com Staff
August 17, 2009
Vehicle Overview Though Hyundai likes to compare the Veracruz crossover to luxury models like the Lexus RX 350, shoppers will likely size it against less expensive offerings like the Honda Pilot and Toyota Highlander. The Veracruz seats seven in three rows and has numerous standard safety features, including stability control. The base GLS and upper-crust Limited are the two trim levels offered, and a 3.8-liter V-6 is standard. All-wheel drive is optional.
New for 2010 The base GLS gains more standard features, including a power driver's seat, rear parking sensors, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter, and automatic headlights. New GLS options include a navigation system and an Infinity Logic 7 stereo. Six new colors are also available.
Exterior Swooping curves and two-tone bodywork define the Veracruz, which emulates styling themes set by Hyundai's other crossovers, like the Santa Fe.
Standard 17-inch wheels
Chrome window and grille surrounds
Standard heated side mirrors with integrated turn signals
Standard rear parking sensors
Optional power liftgate
Optional 18-inch wheels
Interior The Veracruz's seating arrangement includes front bucket seats, a three-person second-row bench seat and a two-person third row. GLS models have fabric seats, but the uplevel Limited trim gets leather upholstery. Blue backlighting illuminates the instruments, dashboard controls and even the cupholders.
Second row can slide forward to ease access to the third row
Third-row seat folds into the floor
Air conditioning controls for rear passengers
Optional power tilt/telescoping steering column (manual tilt/telescoping standard)
Optional household power outlet
Optional backseat entertainment system with 8-inch screen
Under the Hood The Veracruz's 3.8-liter V-6 sees duty in a number of Hyundais, including the Azera full-size sedan and Entourage minivan. EPA fuel-economy estimates for the front-wheel-drive Veracruz are 17/23 mpg city/highway and all-wheel-drive models are rated at 16/22 mpg.
260 horsepower, 257 pounds-feet of torque
V-6 runs on regular gas
Six-speed automatic transmission with manual control
Optional all-wheel-drive system includes lock mode that splits torque 50:50, front to rear, at low speeds
Safety Standard safety features include:
Four-wheel-disc antilock brakes
Electronic stability system
Side-impact airbags for front seats
Side curtain airbags for all three rows
Active front head restraints
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