Thursday, February 19, 2015

Hyundai Azera: Safety First | At Savannah Hyundai Near Hilton Head SC

At Savannah Hyundai they understand that it isn’t just about making a sale. It’s about making the buyer happy. They study each and every vehicle on the lot to make sure there is no question that can go unanswered. Questions on safety features, driving performance, engine structure—these are what you want to know. If you’re in the market, stop in and test drive the 2015 Hyundai Azera. You can ask as many questions as you like.

The Azera competes well against the new Toyota Avalon and Chevrolet Impala by way of looks—all three are considered an elite edition of their makers, which inevitably means they come updated with sharp designs and colors. All three offer high levels of comfort and sophistication. But where the Azera leads is in terms of safety and the utilization of technology to prevent collisions.  

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gives the 2015Hyundai Azera its top score for crashworthiness. And after taking a close look at its specs, it’s easy to understand why. The new Azera comes fully stocked with nine total airbags (front and rear head and seat-mounted); a rollover sensor designed to deploy these airbags if the vehicle were to ever roll over; a driver-side knee airbag strategically placed to minimize leg injuries in frontal crashes; and it comes with anti-lock brakes and electronic stability control.

But just as important as crash safety, Hyundai has created many preventative measures to keep one from ever experiencing how well the airbags work. The Azera comes with a rearview camera that sees in color and projects the width of the car allowing you to see where you can, or cannot fit. It also has a blind-spot mirror, and rear cross-traffic alert and lane-change assist functions. 

When considering performance, the Azera bodes well. It comes with a surprisingly powerful 6-cylinder engine, yet still maintains good fuel economy at 20 mpg city and 29 mpg highway—and it comes with an Active Eco button, allowing the vehicle to run accessories more conservatively, saving up to seven percent of its energy and keeping more money in your wallet. It’s easy to see the Azera reaches further than most to achieve superiority.

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