2020 Hyundai PALISADE Suv - New Hyundai Palisade Experience


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The Palisade is the company's biggest and boldest crossover to date, with three-row seating and standout styling. Its exterior design incorporates a chunky front end framed by massive lighting elements that come across as both upscale and highly distinctive. While Hyundai's largest-ever SUV won't join the lineup until summer 2019, it will eventually replace the company's current mid-size three-row crossover, the Santa Fe XL.

Engines, Ride, and Handling
Power will come solely from a 3.8-liter V-6 mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission, with all 291 horsepower routed to the front wheels as standard; all-wheel drive will be optional on all trim levels. We've only had limited time behind the wheel, but the version we drove had a ride quality that was firm but unobtrusive. Likewise, its steering feedback was precise and nicely weighted. The Palisade is a big, heavy vehicle, but its steady responses to our inputs made it easy to maneuver. Competent ride and handling, impressive packaging for people and cargo, and a healthy list of high-tech options also are on the Palisade's docket.

Interior and Technology
Stretching three inches longer overall with four additional inches between the axles, the Palisade offers a far more spacious interior, particularly for second- and third-row occupants. It will seat a total of eight passengers with its standard second-row bench seat, although optional second-row captain's chairs reduce that count to seven. There's a one-touch system to move the second-row seats forward for access to the third row, and power-folding third-row seats are optional for easier access to the larger cargo area. Pricing and fuel-economy figures have yet to be released, but expect starting prices to range from about $32,000 on up to $50,000, which will include numerous standard driver-assistance features such as adaptive cruise control, collision-avoidance assistants, and blind-spot and lane-keeping systems.
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