Hyundai Palisade with the latest multimedia will go to dealers at the end of 2020June 27, 2020
New items await in the Australian car market. The Korean automaker is ready to offer its customers in this country a flagship SUV with a seven- and eight-seater saloon.
Hyundai confirmed that the flagship Palisade will enter the Australian market: the Korean SUV will reach the showrooms before the end of the year. The brand will offer Australians an SUV with two engines to choose from: a 3.8-liter V6, producing 286 hp, and a 2.2-liter four-cylinder turbodiesel with a return of 197 hp
Both motors work in conjunction with 8-speed automatic transmission. At the same time, the 3.8-liter V6 comes standard with front-wheel drive, but the turbodiesel is available with all-wheel drive.
Salon new items can be designed for seven or eight seats. The Australian Hyundai Palisade relies on the latest widescreen multimedia with integrated Apple CarPlay navigation and Android Auto.
More advanced versions of the SUV will receive a virtual dashboard. In general, the interior of the novelty turned out to be not only very technological, but also as comfortable as possible. The manufacturer took care of the ventilation holes in all three rows, and also provided for 16 cupholders at once. “Reserve” is also available.
Prices for Australia have not yet been announced. According to forecasts by auto experts, prices for Hyundai Palisade here can vary from 50,000 to 70,000 Australian dollars, depending on the specification. A pleasant bonus for customers will be a five-year warranty.
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