2012 Hyundai Veracruz

At a Glance

Pricing $28,345 - $36,195
Drive Types FWD, AWD
Engines 3.8l V6
Transmissions A6
Fuel Economy 16-17 (city), 21-22 (highway)

When Hyundai introduced the Veracruz in 2007, they positioned it as a value-priced alternative to the Lexus RX350 and Nissan Murano. In truth, the Veracruz was one of several 7 passenger crossover SUVs arriving for the 2007 model year. The Veracruz features a standard 3.8L V-6 mated to a 6-speed automatic and is available with FWD or an on-demand AWD driveline. An adult-friendly 3rd row seat folds down to create a flat load floor. With its comfortable ride, roomy interior and exemplary refinement, the Veracruz should appeal to customers looking for good value in a three-row SUV.

Model/Trim/Package Engine MPG VjI Base Price
Veracruz GLS 3.8l V6 (260-bhp) A6 FWD 17/22/19 $28,345
Veracruz GLS 3.8l V6 (260-bhp) A6 AWD 16/21/18 $30,245
Veracruz GLS Premium 3.8l V6 (260-bhp) A6 FWD 17/22/19 $30,545
Veracruz GLS Premium 3.8l V6 (260-bhp) A6 AWD 16/21/18 $32,195
Veracruz Limited 3.8l V6 (260-bhp) A6 FWD 17/22/19 $34,495
Veracruz Limited 3.8l V6 (260-bhp) A6 AWD 16/21/18 $36,195