2010 Hyundai Veracruz | new car review

Posted on May 23, 2010 by










If it’s space you’re after, then the 2010 Veracruz might just be what you’re looking for. It’s ’s biggest SUV offering and competes squarely with the likes of the Lexus RX350 in the big family SUV crowd. However, as befits any , it offers much the same as the Lexus but on a much more credit-crunch friendly price point.

There’s space for seven people and their stuff onboard, in fact, luggage space is larger than that of the Mercedes-Benz GL-Class which considering the GL’s leviathan sizing, is certainly impressive. What’s also good to note for the Veracruz is that it scored exceptionally highly in the North American crash tests – comforting to know should the worst ever happen.

The spacious interior is extremely well insulated from the noises of the outside world and provides excellent comfort and refinement for all those onboard – and also helps to make the already excellent stereo system sound even better. Even those who have to clamber into the rearmost pair of seats will find the Veracruz comfortable, and getting in and out is made easy by large doors which open extremely wide. Luxury is firmly on the agenda inside with high-quality leather, a panoramic sunroof and electronically adjustable seating for driver and front passenger all on offer.

The front cabin has been designed to put the driver squarely at the centre of attention. And with a smooth 3.8-litre V6 and a six-speed automatic gearbox at your control, the driving seat is certainly the best seat in the house.

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