The Azera sedan -- the one that's bigger than a Sonata but smaller, and cheaper, than a Genesis, was starting to seem a little out of place in Hyundai's sharp-looking new line-up. Finally, though, it has gotten made over with Hyundai's so-called "fluidic sculpture" design.
It also gets a new 293 horsepower V6 engine which helps improve fuel economy to 20 miles per gallon in the city and 29 on the highway. A new "Active Eco" mode improves fuel economy by another 5%, according to Hyundai.
These cars, SUVs and trucks hold their value better than any others in their categories, according to Kelley Blue Book.
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