2012 Hyundai Azera 3.3L
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- Classy, Great riding , Quiet, Very roomy
- Don't offer a regular moonroof, only the full glass roof. Need to offer more incentives as well.
Purchased As New
When I first saw this car in March,it was in the showroom at a local dealership and it was fully loaded. Only the full glass moonroof had to be replaced before they could sell it. It seems that one of the mechanics accidently dropped a wrench on the roof and it shattered in lots of ity bity pieces! And because the great glove leather seats have tiny breathing holes in them, you will never ever get those little slivers out, no matter what you think. So, when I kept shopping around for another one, and I got to thinking, since they do not offer a regular moonroof at all, then I would get the base model and not have to worry about the roof ever breaking. I also worried about the ice and snow build up on the roof and it possibly collapsing the thin glass because of the weight and then I would have a ruined interior too. I love this car and only wished they offered the standard style moonroof too, or at least have put it on the base model and then have or offer the top of the line model with a full glass moonroof, then this way we can decide which one we would want. This is the first car I ever owned without a moonroof. And I won't do an after-market one either, everyone I know who has done that has had leaks or problems of some sort, and after all, you've now modified a factory roof line, so there will be problems. I will keep this car until they modify or offer a regular style moonroof and then decide whether to trade up or not. But I highly recommend this car! It was the perfect replacement for my 2005 Hyundai XG-350-L. Although the original Azera in 2006 replaced the XG-350, but I did not like that body style. This one is has much more class and style!
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