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Hyundai Azera 2007



  • allmet33allmet33 Posts: 3,557
    The coupe, right? I test drove those and they are a hoot to drive, but since I commute into DC daily, I prefer to not have my ride be that sporty. :shades:

    I'll be keeping the Azzy for awhile, but I've got my eye on either a V6 Genesis sedan. The only way I would get the V8 is if I got the 5.0 R-Spec.
  • rmcbainrmcbain Posts: 50
    We also drove the Genis coupe and found it very small and is no comparison to the full size Gensis sedan. It was rough riding, hard to see out of the rear window and just a general noisey little four cylinder that did not do anything for us.
  • allmet33allmet33 Posts: 3,557
    Yeah...I think the 4 banger appeals to the tuner crowd mostly. If I were to get the coupe, it would have to be the V6 version. Nice amount of power and pretty fun to drive, just can't use it as my daily driver. Definitely not to be compared in any way to the sedan. But, if you compare it to the old Tiburon...leaps and bounds better!!! ;)
  • jamazerajamazera Posts: 149
    yes the coupe v-6 r-spec or touring 375 hp......8 sp auto
  • jamazerajamazera Posts: 149
    yes the coupe v-6 r-spec or touring 375 hp......8 sp auto rated best buy ...consumer reports
  • Several Mechanics have told me the belt lasts around 100k. It is regularly inspected and I am told it is fine at 6 years an 83k miles. Anyone replaced them yet?
  • allmet33allmet33 Posts: 3,557
    The mechanics are right. I changed my belt around 120k miles myself.
  • 86,000 miles on this car and still nothing has cost me any money other than $100 for a plastic shield under the car and a battery. Amazing quality.

  • Got a question.. I'm a new sales consultant at a dealership and I had a customer interested in an 06 Azera.. could anyone suggest to me a similar vehicle in terms of form, function, and price? Preferably one of the following manufacturers: VW, Subaru, GMC, Chevy, Caddy, or Buick?

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