Measured owner satisfaction with 2010 Hyundai Azera after 90-days of ownership.
Ease of loading/unloading trunk/hatch
Comfort of the 2nd row seats
Owners Don't Like
The problems experienced by owners of the 2010 Hyundai Azera during the first 90-days of ownership.
Smoothness of vehicle's ride
The vehicle's heating and air conditioning
17 - 18
234 - 263
5 speed, Automatic w/OD
Front Wheel Drive
2010 Hyundai Azera Review
The goal for the Azera’s exterior styling was to exude confidence while maintaining the functional comfort that buyers of this class of car demand Drive the Azera and you’ll notice the sensation of having deep reserves of power—its V6 engine includes Continuously Variable Valve Timing and is generously sized at 3.8 liters to produce strong torque at low engine speeds. A five-speed automatic transmission that is adept at choosing the right gear at the right time. Or move the gear selector over to the SHIFTRONIC gate for added control. Hyundai’s seat engineers—yes we have engineers specifically dedicated to the seats—took a close look at ways of making the Azera’s seats even more comfortable and supportive. A 315-watt Infinity audio system features XM Radio an in-dash six-CD/MP3 player USB/iPod and auxiliary input jacks and ten speakers and an external amp. The Hyundai Azera is equipped with a long list of active and passive safety features including eight standard airbags a high-tensile steel unibody active front head restraints Electronic Stability Control with Traction Control and an intelligent braking system. The 2010 Hyundai Accent CONNOISSEURS OF COMFORT: REJOICE.