2014 Hyundai Equus Earning High Reviews

Posted on May 25, 2014

As the flagship model, the Hyundai Equus is the largest and most expensive vehicle in the Korean manufacturer’s lineup. It’s a full-size luxury sedan and it’s named after the Latin word for horse.

Hyundai introduced a new version of the Equus on a rear-wheel drive platform in 2009. It’s the carmaker’s direct to aim to compete with the BMW 7 Series, Mercedes S-Class, Audi A8 and Lexus LS.

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  • Glen

     | about 6 years ago

    The Equus is 90% of the S Class at half the price. The only people that will put it down are the brand snobs. To them, if it doesn't have a 3 pointed star on it, they look down on it. The Equus is a true luxury car at a very good price, a great warranty, and excellent quality and reliability. The S Class has been the most troublesome and has jad the most expensive upkeep and repair costs for the last 14 years. Look at the 2 Cadillac LWB options. The XTSL is 54K, the Lehmann-Peterson is 72K. The Equus is with the livery incentive is 51K.

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