2007 Hyundai Ratings, Reviews and Awards

By 2007, Hyundai was looking to cement its position in the US car market. To do so, it introduced new vehicle models to the US and made several significant adjustments to its existing lineup. New for 2007 was the Veracruz, a three-row crossover SUV. The Veracruz claimed to offer more cargo room compared to similar crossovers as well as a quieter ride. Although produced by a brand known for its budget-friendly reputation, the Veracruz was often compared to models produced by luxury carmakers. The style of the Veracruz set it apart from the rest, as well. It was less rugged in looks and more curvaceous in form. Curiously enough, a navigation system was missing. Hyundai also gave its lineup of sedans, from the Accent to the Sonata, a quick makeover in 2007. The Accent offered more power compared to previous generations and a greater selection of standard safety features. The Sonata added an SE trim option for a V6 engine.
Research 2007 Hyundai models (9)
Accent
$3,176 - $4,124
People Are Paying
30 - 31 MPG
COMBINED
$3,176 - $4,124
People Are Paying
30 - 31 MPG
COMBINED
Azera
$4,031 - $5,136
People Are Paying
23 MPG
COMBINED
$4,031 - $5,136
People Are Paying
23 MPG
COMBINED
Elantra
$4,259 - $5,430
People Are Paying
32 MPG
COMBINED
$4,259 - $5,430
People Are Paying
32 MPG
COMBINED
Entourage
$4,328 - $5,463
People Are Paying
21 MPG
COMBINED
$4,328 - $5,463
People Are Paying
21 MPG
COMBINED
Santa Fe
$4,980 - $6,521
People Are Paying
21 - 23 MPG
COMBINED
$4,980 - $6,521
People Are Paying
21 - 23 MPG
COMBINED
Sonata
$4,017 - $5,195
People Are Paying
26 - 28 MPG
COMBINED
$4,017 - $5,195
People Are Paying
26 - 28 MPG
COMBINED
Tiburon
$4,134 - $5,349
People Are Paying
22 - 27 MPG
COMBINED
$4,134 - $5,349
People Are Paying
22 - 27 MPG
COMBINED
Tucson
$4,002 - $5,403
People Are Paying
21 - 24 MPG
COMBINED
$4,002 - $5,403
People Are Paying
21 - 24 MPG
COMBINED
Veracruz
$5,139 - $7,244
People Are Paying
20 - 21 MPG
COMBINED
$5,139 - $7,244
People Are Paying
20 - 21 MPG
COMBINED
By 2007, Hyundai was looking to cement its position in the US car market. To do so, it introduced new vehicle models to the US and made several significant adjustments to its existing lineup. New for 2007 was the Veracruz, a three-row crossover SUV. The Veracruz claimed to offer more cargo room compared to similar crossovers as well as a quieter ride. Although produced by a brand known for its budget-friendly reputation, the Veracruz was often compared to models produced by luxury carmakers. The style of the Veracruz set it apart from the rest, as well. It was less rugged in looks and more curvaceous in form. Curiously enough, a navigation system was missing. Hyundai also gave its lineup of sedans, from the Accent to the Sonata, a quick makeover in 2007. The Accent offered more power compared to previous generations and a greater selection of standard safety features. The Sonata added an SE trim option for a V6 engine.
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