Hyundai’s 2011 Equus is being touted as the most affordable luxury car on the market. As Hyundai Motor Company’s full-size, opulent and priciest sedan, it is considered to be their flagship model. The 2011 Equus is for the person who wants all the comforts and prestige that a Mercedes or Lexus have to offer without the price tag. And, you can hardly blame them. The features are quite impressive. Consider some of the well-appointed options: VIP seats, refrigeration, Lane Departure Warning System, adaptive cruise control, two cameras and space-age technology that would make even Inspector Gadget blush!
2010 was a big year for Hyundai. It continued to break sales records following a series of successful new products. Recently, with the unveiling of its most imposing product yet, the 2011 Equus sedan, it set its sights on vying for a position with the top ranking luxury vehicles. Not only was it named as “one of the best vehicles of the year,” by Playboy, but it was also considered to be “most likely to succeed in 2011.” Despite hard-hitting competition, the 2011 Equus is a formidable contender. The Hyundai 2011 Equus features a 385 horsepower 4.6-liter V8 with a six-speed automatic transmission. It also features a Lexicon Logic audio system, a first-class backseat to ensure the comfort of passengers, and the user manual is an Apple iPad.
2011 Hyundai Equus
EPA Fuel Economy City/Hwy
Tires (rear if not equal)
Audio (watts, speakers)
Adaptive Cruise Control
Compact Spare Tire
Laminated Side Glass
Lane Departure Warning System
Rear Side Airbags
Wide-view Front Monitor
Refrigerated Storage Compartment
Second-row High Console
Bluetooth Audio Streaming
CD Changer, In-dash
Entertainment System, Console-mounted
Ionizing Air Filtration
Water-repellent Front-door Glass
Air suspension, auto-leveling & height adjustable
Chrome-plated Alloy Wheels
The VIP seats are configured with some terrific features that not only warm you through and through, but they provide you with a relaxing massage. There’s also a cooler for keeping your drinks chilled and your perishables fresh when you are on the road. The passengers are also treated to heated and cooled seats with full power adjustment. For your entertainment, you will find there are both audio and climate controls together with a rotary dial to navigate the screen between the front seats. The LDWS is a life saver that will tighten your seatbelt and chime in when you veer out of your lane. It’s much better than having a nagging backseat driver.
Furthermore, with the adaptive cruise control, the Equus drives easier than a bicycle. There’s, not one, but, two cameras that make for ease in parking that would amaze even the most persnickety driver’s education instructor. Along with a screen that displays trajectory lines matching the steering direction, there’s not a tight spot that you won’t be able to get out of. Finally, the techno-gadgetry is straight out of a James Bond movie. These specs are what place this 2011 Equus in a class of its own.
With the 2011 Equus’s starting price of $ 58,000, it provides plenty of substance, while undercutting the price of comparable luxury sedan mainstays. Those are just a few of the reasons why Playboy believes the Equus will be a dazzling success in 2011.
In addition to the impressive interior and luxuriant attributes, the 2011 Equus handles effortlessly and glides along the roadways like a magnificent schooner on a calm sea. The price is certainly something to smile about and, as if that’s not enough, consider the ultimate customer service. The dealership will pick up your 2011 Equus rather than have you drop it off. Not only is 2011 Equus outmaneuvering the competition in the price range, but it is also besting them in the pampering department. You will be receiving the same consideration royalty gets when they purchase a vehicle for six times as much.
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