At a Glance
|Pricing||$28,345 - $36,195|
|Drive Types||FWD, AWD|
|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.
The Veracruz, Hyundai's flagship crossover prepares for the 2012 model year with a more imposing grille and new 18-inch hypersilver wheels adding to the sleek and modern styling. The seven-seat Veracruz also gets standard heated second row rear seats on the Limited trim and a new available Alpine navigation system. Meticulous attention to detail and an exceptionally high level of standard luxury, convenience and safety equipment all underpin Hyundai's commitment to exceeding the expectations of demanding...Read.
|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|