Model: Azera Limited
Engine: 3.8 litre V6
Maximum Power: 263 hp (196 kW) @ 6000 rpm
Maximum Torque: 257 lb-ft (348 Nm) @ 4500 rpm
Transmission: Five-speed automatic
Drivetrain: Front-wheel drive
2010 Hyundai Azera
Hyundai Press Release
For the 2010 model year, Hyundai continues to show why the Azera is one of the best values in the premium sedan segment by offering customers more for their money in convenient package options.
As of the 2010 model year, the Limited Azera will be increasingly well-appointed and further differentiated from the GLS, giving consumers more distinct options within the Azera lineup. Many of the premium features that were once exclusive to the Ultimate Package are now standard on the Limited Trim. For 2010, the Azera Limited adds a power tilt and telescopic steering wheel, an integrated memory system, premium door sill scuff plates and a woodgrain steering wheel and door pulls to its long list of standard equipment.
New for 2010:
• Limited Trim adds power tilt and telescopic steering wheel, an integrated memory system, premium door sill scuff plates and a woodgrain steering wheel and door pulls as standard equipment
• Infinity 605-watt Logic 7 audio system and LG DVD navigation available on the Limited Trim w/ Navigation Package
For drivers looking for the ultimate luxury options, Azera will offer the Limited Trim with Navigation Package which receives a powerful Infinity 605-watt Logic 7 audio system as standard equipment in addition to its LG DVD navigation system.
All of these upgrades help to illustrate why more and more customers are discovering how well Azera stacks up against the competition. Overall, the 2010 Azera is a strong competitor to vehicles like the Lexus ES 350, Toyota Avalon, Nissan Maxima, Buick LaCrosse and Ford Taurus. Spacious and luxurious, the Azera even features more interior volume than expensive luxury sedans such as the Mercedes Benz E-Class, BMW 750i and Lexus LS 460. There’s no question that Azera is one of the smartest premium large-sedan choices available in the American market today.