The 2011 Veracruz continues to offer a unique blend of substance, sophistication and style. The 2011 Hyundai Veracruz comes in two distinct trim levels: the well-equipped GLS and premium Limited with standard 7-passenger seating.
Veracruz offers capable, fuel-efficient performance courtesy of a modern 3.8-liter V6 engine. It delivers 260 horsepower and 257 lb-ft. of torque.
Up front, the sculpted bumper creates the appearance of additional height and three-tiered headlights complement the design. The grille combines a flat-lined upper chrome bezel and a curved lower bezel.The prominent wheel arches house 17-inch alloy wheels on the GLS or 18-inch alloy wheels on the Limited.
Inside, passengers are coddled in a rich, sophisticated environment inspired by boutique hotels. The result is an interior that could be found in the finest luxury sedans, thanks to intelligent ergonomic engineering, intuitive design, and superior craftsmanship by Hyundai designers and engineers. Every major component of Veracruz has been designed to reduce cabin noise below that of the whisper-quiet.
One touch opens and closes the available power tailgate, and the proximity key means no more fishing for keys with groceries in hand. Approach lights, or “puddle lamps,” can save your best pair of shoes. Equipping the rear bumper with backup warning sensors makes parallel parking a snap.
Aerodynamic wiper blades improve visibility, and two-way nozzles, each with four streams of fluid, provide for remarkably clean windshields. Making wireless phone calls is easy using optional Bluetooth wireless technology.
Base model estimated mpg: 17/22
Estimated starting price: $28,145
Compiled by Motor Matters

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