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Auto Review: 2014 Hyundai Equus Provides Luxury At Value

Posted on October 18, 2013

USA Today posted a review Thursday of the new 2014Hyundai Equus, comparing it to the Lexus LS460.

"In order to understand the 2014 Hyundai Equus, you have to understand something about South Korean business culture: Big sedans come with big responsibilities. And if you're high enough up in a chaebol — one of the conglomerates that dominates the Korean economy—you get either a Ssangyong Chairman, a Kia K9 (to be sold later this year in the US as the K900), or a Hyundai Equus. You might also get a driver.

After a week with a 2014 Hyundai Equus Ultimate (starting MSRP $61,000, as equipped $68,920) I can see why a young person would put in 80-hour weeks climbing the ladder at Daewoo or Doosan. Updated and upgraded for 2014, the Equus is a reward, an incentive, a leather-clad reminder of why you worked so hard in the first place."

For the full story go to www.usatoday.com.

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