2007 Hyundai Azera consumer reviews

$24,235 starting MSRP
side view of 2007 Azera Hyundai
97% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.6
  • Interior design 4.6
  • Performance 4.7
  • Value for the money 4.9
  • Exterior styling 4.5
  • Reliability 4.8
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worst car i owned

poorly made cheap workman ship,had nothing but problems right from the start will never buy a car like this again


Love my AZ

Purchased my 07 AZERA used this year. I was looking for one with low miles that was priced right. Have to say, I love the car. Finally found one to my delight. People when they see me think it's a Lexus which I proudly correct them. It rides and looks like a much more expensive car and the interior is plush. If your looking for an inexpensive car that has luxury everything, the AZERA may be your car. Hyundai great job on this one!


Surprised How Nice! Thoroughly Enjoying!

Owned car for about 5 months and have been thoroughly enjoying it! Owned a previous 1988 Hyundai and didn't think I'd ever own a Hyundai again. Went to a dealer to get a different car and ended up buying Hyundai after the test-drive and a fair amount of research. Don't just "think about it", try it! PROs - love the smooth, quiet engine; good power and acceleration; sometimes have to check the Tach to make sure car is on - transmission feels seamless; shiftronic is fun - beautiful, luxury interior; leather and faux-wood interior well-done; never thought I'd be driving such a luxurious car for the price - roomy interior; plenty of room for car seat and kids as well as full-size adults. - great sound system; love the steering wheel controls; perfectly located - very good standard safety features - love the auto headlights - ample trunk space - like lights in front footwells and on door bottom - good headroom - 17" alloy wheels are sharp - brakes are very good; good stopping power w/ right amount of power-assist; not too sensitive, not too hard - price was right; lots of typical luxury features that I didn't have to pay extra for - love the heated, leather seats - storage compartments/nooks are useful and represent some thought - driver sits a little bit higher than most other cars; both of us are relatively short so we like it - cruise control works great; no drift - mileage has been good for this size car; ~18mpg/city, 27-29mpg/hgwy - service at dealership has been quite good thus far - looks sharp and sophisticated, but not loud; have received many compliments CONs - suspension is a bit undisciplined; would probably prefer firmer feel, although I do like the luxury ride and wife fully approves - center console sqeaks when you lean on it - horn is embarrassingly whimpy sounding; kids/wife laugh anytime I use it (very rarely); horn upgrade needs to be commensurate with the stature of the car - rear-defroster could work a little more quickly - transmission is a little slow kicking into drive from reverse - front cup holders leave doubt as to whether they'll work, although I haven't had problem yet - water can drip into trunk when opening after rain



i traded in a 2004 buick lesabre that was good, but looked like a grandma car. my husband took me to look at the 2007 azera limited and i fell in love with it. i love the look and feel of the car. mine is ivory pearl with black leather. i would definitely buy another.


My most favorite car ever!!

This car is awesome! It has luxury features found in cars costing many thousands more. The handling is terrific, it is extremely comfortable and quiet, and has all the gadgets and goodies that anyone would want. I have owned a BMW, a couple Mercedes, a Volvo, Range Rover, and an Audi--this car is by far my most favorite. Plus I feel so good about the price I paid for this car compared to all of the others. Congratulations to Hyundai--keep up your great work! Incidentally, my Magellan portable GPS fits perfectly in a spot just above the ash tray--looks like the car was made for this GPS. I love this car!!





This car changed the image of Hyundai

When one of my friends bought a sonata, I was surprised by his decision and later surprised again because of its quality and performance--actually this gaves me motivation to test drive azera. I owned a mini cooper s but needed a large sedan for my new baby. Thus, I would purchase a sonata so visit a hyundai dealer. The dealer recommended azera and I test drove it for a week. In the week I also visit an acura dealer and an audi dealer and tested rl, a4 and tsx. However, I finally purchased an azera. If test drive it,then, hard to turn over the other vehicles. Now, I have owned it for 7 month and drove 11k mile so far. But I couldn't find any problem.


"Hard to Knock What This Car Offers"

I may be a bit premature since I'm still in my break-in period but I wanted to get my review out there to help others choose. I owned a 1987 Lincoln Town Car which I cherished for 19 years until I was hit in an accident. Of course I was totaled out and had to go shopping, but before doing so I did a lot of research on the net. This auto kept getting high ratings from different sites. So I test drove and compared this to the Toyota Avalon. This car rides just as nice and has more special features for a lot less money. Rides quiet & smoothly for its class. I do not think you can beat the value for your money. Just a few nick-pick negatives to mention 1) If you smoke the ashtray sits in a very low position 2) The center console's base could be spaced a bit further away from the accelerator pedal 3) The choice of exterior paints was disappointing ( I ended up with the Green Sage which was not even on my list ... but was sharp looking with the light beige interior ) 4) Models other than the Limited offer too few spokes on the alloy wheels exposing too much of the brake system. 5) Previous feedback about poor gas mileage at first is true ( about 16 miles in city ) but it is improving. So far I rate this car's overall quality at the top of the heap for midsize luxury sedans. Go test it for yourself ..... Hyundai is definitely on the improve and selling like hotcakes here in Nevada with 0% interest ( are you kidding me ..... how can you go wrong


Harder Ride

No review of the 2007 Azera ever commented negatively about how the Azera rides. I think it rides very very hard. I'm not used to "swaying" as my car drives over pumpy city streets. I took 3 lbs of air out of the tires and it made little difference. My old 1994 Roadmaster was a dream to ride in. It weighed about 310 lbs. more than my Azera. Maybe that makes a remarkable difference, but I doubt it. Overall though, I love the car!! It is sooooo easy to get in and out of. It is so much better than the Avolon I test drove..except for the ride. At 66 yrs. old, I've owned only five cars (including my new 2007 Azera) in my lifetime, so I drive them more than 200,000 miles each. I'll do the same here except if Hyundai brings out a larger and more luxury model...that will temp me.


Great Features; Great Benefits; Great Value

Purchased end of year 2007 Azera to replace Cadillac CTS at lease end. Azera has more overall interior and trunk space than CTS, quieter ride and softer seats. Zero percent financing and best warranty in the business did not hurt either. Also compared to Honda Accord and Toyota Camry and on price, creature comforts and ride there is no comparison. The engine noise in the Camry was surprisingly disappointing as was the level of quiet when accelerating with the Azera. Purchased the Limited with Premium Package and put a pin stipe on it to give it a little nicer appearance as I find the overall exterior look of the vehicle to be bland. This and the mis-stated MP3 on the radio are my only complaints. Thought the MP3 would include a jack interface for a iPod but it does not. It refers to MP3 CD's. Lesser cars now have this interface so I am not sure why the Azera does not. The Azera cost approximately $14k less than a equivalent CTS and about $2-$3k less than a lesser featured Camry. My teenage son told me his friends asked how his dad could go from a Caddy to a Hyundai and he told them it had everything the Caddy had and more at a much lower price. Then he gave them a ride. They were all sold. Enough Said.