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2014 Hyundai Azera Review

The 2014 Hyundai Azera has a comfortable, spacious interior, but vague steering and abundant body roll make it one of the lower-ranked vehicles in its class. 

Pros & Cons

  • Spacious and comfortable seats
  • Exceptional safety scores
  • Dull handling
  • Choppy ride on uneven pavement
  • Transmission shifts slowly

New for 2014

  • Limited trim added
  • Navigation and heated rear seats no longer standard

7.8

Overall

Scorecard

Critics' Rating: 7.7
Performance: 6.8
Interior: 8.3
Total Cost of Ownership: 9.0
Safety: 10.0
Reliability:
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2014 Hyundai Azera Overview

Is the 2014 Hyundai Azera a Good Used Car?

The Azera has an appealing standard features list, a nicely styled interior, and abundant rear-seat space. However, it has cumbersome handling and a rough ride over bumpy pavement. Overall, the Azera is a good used car, but in the competitive large car class, there are better alternatives.

Used 2014 Hyundai Azera Performance and Interior

The 2014 Azera comes with a 293-horsepower V6 mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. This Hyundai has enough power for merging and passing other cars on the highway, but its transmission shifts sluggishly. Ride quality is compliant on smooth surfaces, but the suspension is unforgiving when the pavement turns bumpy. The Azera also suffers from body lean when making sharp turns. Competitors like the Toyota Avalon have well connected steering, making them more fun to drive. The 2014 Hyundai Azera delivers a fuel economy rating of 19 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway, which is average for the class.

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Despite a substantial amount of hard plastics, the Azera’s interior feels upscale. Standard leather upholstery and heated front seats complement a nicely laid out cabin. All five seats are supportive and have accommodating head- and legroom in both rows. There are two sets of car-seat LATCH connectors on the outer rear seats.

Standard features include push-button start, a 6-inch LCD display, satellite radio, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, an eight-way power passenger seat, a 10-way power driver’s seat, dual-zone automatic climate control, and Bluetooth. Cooled front seats, heated rear seats, and a navigation system with 8-inch touchscreen are available.

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Used 2014 Hyundai Azera Prices

The 2014 Hyundai Azera ranges from around $16,200 for a base model to about $18,400 for the Limited trim. Prices vary based on condition, mileage, location, and demand.

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To give you a complete overview of the Hyundai Azera – and make your car-shopping experience easier – we analyzed 29 Hyundai Azera reviews alongside reliability ratings, safety scores, and more.

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How Reliable Is the 2014 Hyundai Azera?

The 2014 Hyundai Azera has a reliability rating of three out of five from J.D. Power, which is an average score for all cars.

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How Safe Is the Azera?

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the Azera the highest rating of Good in the four crash safety tests conducted. All models come with a rearview camera and a driver blind spot mirror.

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Should I Consider Another Used Azera?

The 2014 Hyundai Azera is a part of a generation that started in 2012 and ended with the 2017 Azera. Changes for the 2014 model year include the addition of the Limited trim and the removal of navigation and heated rear seats as standard features. The 2013 Azera has these features as standard, and you may save some money by purchasing it instead of a 2014 model.

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Which Used Hyundai Azera Is Right for Me?

The Azera has two trim levels: base and Limited. The base trim has a good amount of features, such as a rearview camera, power-adjustable front seats, and leather upholstery. You might want to take a look at the Limited trim, however, as it comes with amenities like an upgraded sound system and HD Radio.

The Azera has a low reliability rating, so you might consider a certified pre-owned vehicle. Certified pre-owned Hyundai vehicles receive the balance of the original new-car 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty. Hyundai CPO vehicles must pass a 150-point inspection. Additional benefits like towing and roadside assistance may be available, so read Hyundai’s warranty page carefully.

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2014 Hyundai Azera and Other Cars to Consider

Which Is Better: 2014 Hyundai Azera or 2014 Toyota Avalon?

Unlike the Azera, the 2014 Toyota Avalon has a quick-shifting transmission and a firm suspension. Both large cars have a good amount of passenger and trunk space, but the Avalon has a perfect reliability rating (five out of five) from JD Power and is the better option. Despite the Avalon’s higher upfront cost, both sedans have similar ownership costs.

Which Is Better: 2014 Hyundai Azera or 2014 Hyundai Sonata?

The 2014 Hyundai Sonata is a midsize car with an attractive interior, good safety scores, and a nice balance of agility and comfort. The Azera has a better-quality interior, with luxury upgrades like leather upholstery and heated seats, but the Sonata has a comparably sized trunk and a much higher reliability score (4.5 out of five). Second-row legroom is a little bit more generous in the Azera, but cabin space is similar overall. All told, the Sonata is the better car.

Which Is Better: 2014 Hyundai Azera or Kia Cadenza?

The 2014 Kia Cadenza is another large car, but it does much better in our rankings. It has a higher reliability rating (4.5 out of five), poised handling, and a standard navigation system. Some models come with safety features not found in the Azera, like lane departure warning and lane change assist. Both sedans have outstanding safety scores and low ownership costs. Go with the Kia.

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