2013 Hyundai Azera 3.3L
There are 19 user reviews for the 3.3L trim shown below
- Styling, handling, comfort, standard features
- Dealer Service dept. require for oil changes
Purchased As New
My wife and I have owned our 2012 Azera for eight months. My wife uses the car for her business. I am the part-time driver, who otherwise drives a boring 2007 Honda Odyssey. Like Mazda's old slogan, the Azera give me a feeling of pure "zoom zoom" on open country roads and highway. The interior ergonimics are great, although the navigation and entertainment center's touch-screen monitor is a bit of a stretch for me when in a comfortable driving position. (I am 5' 10" tall.)
Exterior: Fabulous. The car looks like a larger Sonata in the front morphing into a Jaguar XF in the rear. Winning combination.
I don't like that I the trusty Midas service center I've been patronizing for eight years doesn't stock the Azera's oil filter. No place seems to have it, so I have to pay more for oil changes at the dealership, which is not as convenient to our home. Luckily, it's only a five-minute drive from my wife's office, and since she's the primary driver, it's all good. They offer shuttle service to and from work for her on days when she takes the car to be serviced.
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