The 2013 Hyundai Azera looks great inside and out, offers up a good list of standard and optional features that put it squarely in the premium category, and yet somehow failed to make much of an impression on us.
It’s not for lack of trying on our part, or on the car’s. All the pieces are there, it just doesn’t quite come together in the way we–and we’re sure, Hyundai–would hope for its big tourer. What’s wrong? It’s hard to put our finger on, really. This isn’t a bad car, it’s just not a good car for us. Read on to find out why a car can click all the right check boxes, but still ultimately fail to click with us in our Road Test of the 2013 Hyundai Azera.