Cheap, But In A Good Way - 2008 Hyundai Veracruz Long-Term Road Test

2008 Hyundai Veracruz Long-Term Road Test

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2008 Hyundai Veracruz: Cheap, But In A Good Way

July 07, 2008

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There's a lot that I like about our Hyundai Veracruz. We could start with its ride quality. The SUV feels luxurious on the road, with a suspension tuned to make bumps, ruts and other road irregularities disappear like they were part of a Houdini magic trick. The going is soft but not too soft; there's enough road feel to keep it from feeling like a cruiser for the geriatric set.

In fact, the Veracruz's universal attention to luxury had me thinking of another favorite SUV of mine, our Buick Enclave. Both are similarly impressive in their competence, but there's one big difference that separates them: price. A base Veracruz goes for $29,900, while a base Enclave will set you back $33,220.

Warren Clarke, Automotive Content Editor @ 12,431 miles

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