2011 Hyundai Equus Values
Hyundai's most foray into full-size luxury sedans, the 2011 Equus becomes the largest product the South Korean brand has marketed in North America. Riding on 19-inch chrome alloy wheels, the 2011 Hyundai Equus high-class prospects is shown by standard HID headlamps and rain-sensing windshield wipers. Inside of the 2011 Equus, the cabin is surrounded by 7.1 surround sound audio from a 608-watt, 6-disc CD changer-equipped stereo system. Full leather seats, power sunroof, Air Quality System, dual-zone automatic climate control and Bluetooth is standard 2011 Hyundai Equus interior comforts. The 2011 Hyundai Equus can be upgraded through a special Ultimate Package. On the 2011 Equus sedan's Ultimate Package, rear seating is converted to two first-class massager seats featuring heating and cooling. A rear compartment refrigerator and entertainment system with 8-inch screen completes the lavish optional equipment group. Two power ranges for the 2011 Hyundai Equus sedan's 4.6 liter V-8 engine is motivates with 378 horsepower (385 horsepower on premium gasoline) and up to 333 foot-pounds of torque. High-tech standard safety features on the 2011 Equus is highlighted by smart cruise control, lane departure warning system and 9 total airbags. Providing the 2011 Hyundai Equus owner's manual and customer service information, every model includes an Apple iPad.Read more Read less
The Equus is a new luxury vehicle from Hyundai debuting in 2011. It's the largest, most luxurious and most powerful car Hyundai makes, and they have high hopes it can compete with the best from European and Japanese automakers at any price.
Powerful V8; world-class luxury; adaptive suspension standard
Hyundai intended the Equus to compete with the likes of BMW, Mercedes and Lexus' full-size sedans. To accomplish this, they equipped it with adaptive air suspension, 19-inch alloy wheels, HID headlamps, a Lexicon 7.1 surround audio system, heated and cooled seats, adaptive cruise control and lots and lots of leather. The Equus is powered by a 385-horsepower V8 via a 6-speed automatic transmission built by ZF. Base prices for the Equus start at $58,000, which is $7,000 cheaper than an LS460 and $25k less than a BMW 7-series.
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