Every Hyundai has an impressive set of standard features. That’s what Hyundai is known for, along with excellent build quality, reliability and an industry-leading warranty. But the remarkable Hyundai Equus takes things to an entirely new level.
Yes, the Hyundai Equus gives you exceptional value. Every Hyundai does, so that’s not surprising. But this is a car that will give you more luxury than you ever thought possible for less than $60,000.
The new Hyundai Equus is decidedly upscale, giving you a world-class combination of style, features, safety and luxury you simply won’t see in any other car in its price range. Starting at $59,250, the Hyundai Equus is a full-size premium luxury sedan that’s challenging the much more expensive BMW 7 Series, the Lexus LS and the Mercedes-Benz S-Class.
It’s a compelling vehicle. The ride is superbly smooth and serene; the steering is responsive; the back seat seems as large and luxurious as a limousine’s; the 17-speaker surround sound audio system is out of this world; the big V-8 engine responds immediately when you step on the throttle but it’s so whisper-quiet you’ll think you’re driving a hybrid; it exudes an air of refinement and class that is noticeable to all; it gives you more creature comforts than you ever knew existed. The value – and the experience – you receive in an Equus are quite astonishing.
It’s hard to imagine how you could go wrong if you buy a new Hyundai Equus.
Well, it’s not available in all-wheel drive. So, if you’re an off-roader, an Equus might not be the right match. Other than that ….
The Hyundai Equus comes in two trim levels: Signature ($59,250 MSRP) and Ultimate ($66,250 MSRP). No standalone options are available on the Equus – but you won’t need any because both versions are extremely well equipped. The main difference between the Signature and Ultimate versions of the Hundai Equus boils down to just how well equipped.
The following features are standard on the Ultimate but unavailable on the Signature:
- a forward-view cornering camera;
- cooled rear seats with power-adjustable head restraints and manual tilt-and-wing-out butterfly adjustments;
- a rear console refrigerator;
- a rear-seat multimedia entertainment system with a DVD player and an 8-inch LCD screen;
- a power rear side-window sunshade (both Equus models come with a standard power rear window sunshade); and
- a power trunk lid.
The Signature “makes do” with 60/40 power-reclining heated rear seats, while the Ultimate has 50/50 split rear seats with the power-reclining function. There are a few other differences, but those are the main ones.
The list of standard safety, comfort, performance and convenience features that both models have in common eis incredibly impressive and far too extensive to rattle off here. It’s safe to assume that if you can think of a feature you’d want, the Hyundai Equus probably has it – standard!
The Hyundai Equus is a premium luxury sedan and the finest car Hyundai’s ever made. It offers solid engineering and luxurious indulgence at a price that other full-size luxury vehicles just aren’t able to match. If you’re looking for an affordable but high quality luxury sedan, the Hyundai Equus could be the perfect choice.