2007 Hyundai Azera Limited 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl 5A)
I was very enamored in the first month, but it's not so great after-all. Two warranty repairs needed in under 9000 miles taking 5 trips to the dealer to fix them. Dealer lacked parts for both repairs, even though there was a TSB on the second one. Dealer did not go the extra mile for me when I needed them to, resulting in additional time living with a broken rear sunshade stuck in the up position (and a dangerous, distraction while driving since the car always tried to lower the sunshade, then raise the sunshade when shifting into R and then D...a LOUD horrible noise). I am going back to Toyota (no warranty repairs, not even in 110k miles) or Mazda (no warranty repairs in 45k miles).
Quietness, stereo, seats, massive trunk.
Stiffer suspension, better bump handling, stronger brakes, better fuel economy. How about better reliability?
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