2014 Hyundai Ratings, Reviews and Awards

Hyundai seems to continue to grow and improve its lineup each year, and the 2014 model year is no exception. Piggybacking off a significant upgrade in 2013 in which it received two new body styles, the Elantra still saw several improvements this year as one of the company’s most prized and popular vehicles. New to the Elantra were new LED headlights and taillights, Blue Link connectivity for some models, a rearview camera with blind spot detection, and improved cabin noise. The Sonata saw a few changes to its exterior, including a revised grille and new wheels, while an upgraded navigation screen became an available option for the sedan. Hyundai also zeroed in on its luxury Equus, giving it a redesigned interior and exterior, power-closing doors, and an optional head-up display. Hyundai’s unwavering attention to modernizing each of its vehicles could be the reason that 2014 was one of its highest sales years.
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2014 Hyundai models
Accent
$15,455 - $18,205
MSRP
32 - 32 MPG
COMBINED
$15,455 - $18,205
MSRP
32 - 32 MPG
COMBINED
Azera
$31,895 - $35,645
MSRP
24 MPG
COMBINED
$31,895 - $35,645
MSRP
24 MPG
COMBINED
Elantra
$18,010 - $23,510
MSRP
28 - 32 MPG
COMBINED
$18,010 - $23,510
MSRP
28 - 32 MPG
COMBINED
Elantra Coupe
$20,410
MSRP
28 MPG
COMBINED
$20,410
MSRP
28 MPG
COMBINED
Elantra GT
$19,560 - $20,560
MSRP
28 - 28 MPG
COMBINED
$19,560 - $20,560
MSRP
28 - 28 MPG
COMBINED
Equus
$62,170 - $69,420
MSRP
19 MPG
COMBINED
$62,170 - $69,420
MSRP
19 MPG
COMBINED
Genesis
$36,120 - $48,320
MSRP
19 - 22 MPG
COMBINED
$36,120 - $48,320
MSRP
19 - 22 MPG
COMBINED
Genesis Coupe
$27,245 - $35,495
MSRP
20 - 23 MPG
COMBINED
$27,245 - $35,495
MSRP
20 - 23 MPG
COMBINED
Santa Fe
$30,775 - $36,625
MSRP
21 - 21 MPG
COMBINED
$30,775 - $36,625
MSRP
21 - 21 MPG
COMBINED
Santa Fe Sport
$25,825 - $33,275
MSRP
21 - 23 MPG
COMBINED
$25,825 - $33,275
MSRP
21 - 23 MPG
COMBINED
Sonata
$22,260 - $29,460
MSRP
26 - 29 MPG
COMBINED
$22,260 - $29,460
MSRP
26 - 29 MPG
COMBINED
Sonata Hybrid
$26,810 - $31,560
MSRP
38 MPG
COMBINED
$26,810 - $31,560
MSRP
38 MPG
COMBINED
Tucson
$22,325 - $29,775
MSRP
22 - 26 MPG
COMBINED
$22,325 - $29,775
MSRP
22 - 26 MPG
COMBINED
Veloster
$18,610 - $24,110
MSRP
27 - 32 MPG
COMBINED
$18,610 - $24,110
MSRP
27 - 32 MPG
COMBINED
Hyundai seems to continue to grow and improve its lineup each year, and the 2014 model year is no exception. Piggybacking off a significant upgrade in 2013 in which it received two new body styles, the Elantra still saw several improvements this year as one of the company’s most prized and popular vehicles. New to the Elantra were new LED headlights and taillights, Blue Link connectivity for some models, a rearview camera with blind spot detection, and improved cabin noise. The Sonata saw a few changes to its exterior, including a revised grille and new wheels, while an upgraded navigation screen became an available option for the sedan. Hyundai also zeroed in on its luxury Equus, giving it a redesigned interior and exterior, power-closing doors, and an optional head-up display. Hyundai’s unwavering attention to modernizing each of its vehicles could be the reason that 2014 was one of its highest sales years.
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