Little Controls Mean A Lot - 2008 Hyundai Veracruz Long-Term Road Test
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2008 Hyundai Veracruz Long-Term Road Test

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2008 Hyundai Veracruz: Little Controls Mean A Lot

March 24, 2008

It's easy to get caught up in high-visibility issues regarding vehicle design. Do I like the slope of the roofline? Is the drivetrain refined and powerful? Do I have the option of hearing satellite radio?

On our long-term 2008 Hyundai Veracruz the answer to all of these questions is "Yes." But it's the little things, including the controls on the driver's door, that confirm Hyundai's committment in getting this crossover "right." The look and feel of the window switches, power locks and mirror controls transmit a sense of purpose and quality that you don't always get in modern automobiles. I also like the location of these controls, as they are easy to see and reach. It's not uncommon for these items to be scattered about the lower dash and center console, but this is where they should be in my not-so-humble opinion...

Karl Brauer, Edmunds.com Editor in Chief @ 6404 miles

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