2007 Hyundai Veracruz Values

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The Hyundai Veracruz is an all new crossover vehicle for 2007. It sits above the Santa Fe in price, features, and seating rows, and shares the same 3.8L V6 found in the Azera and Entourage. It can be ordered with either front- or all-wheel drive.

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Silky smooth power from Hyundai's 3.8L V6; standard three row seating; high bang-for-the-buck quotient.

Special features for 2007

As the big brother to the Santa Fe, the base 2007 Hyundai Veracruz comes in at $5,160 higher than its smaller sibling. That extra money buys more sport utility vehicle: 7.3 inches more in the wheelbase, 3.9 inches in width, and 13.4 more inches in overall length. That extra length also allows a standard third row of seating, which is de rigueur in this class of SUV. The Veracruz continues Hyundai's recent success in delivering a vehicle that stands up to competitors that cost as much as $10,000 more.
An introduction for 2007, the Veracruz is a four-door five-passenger cross-over SUV offered in only one trim level. It features a 3.8-liter 24 valve DOHC V6 engine that produces 260 horsepower and 257 ft.-lb. of torque (considered a ULEV certified vehicle – or an "Ultra Low Emissions Vehicle”). The motor is linked to a six-speed automatic transmission that can be shifted in manual mode. Stability control is standard with either front or all-wheel-drive configuration.