Used 2015 Hyundai Equus Prices

Hyundai’s flagship full-sized luxury sedan, the Equus, offers seating for five and comes in two trim levels: Signature and Ultimate. The base model is amply outfitted and offers full powered accessories, 19” alloy wheels, air suspension (adjustable), bi-xenon headlamps (adaptive), LED running lights, LED fog lights, powered folding mirrors that are heated, backup camera with parking sensors and lane-departure/blind-spot warning system, automated windshield wipers with de-icing system, powered trunk lid, powered sunroof, remote entry/start, triple-zone climate control (automatic), heated and powered seats (front), leather upholstery, leather trim accents, powered sunshade in the rear, GPS system with 9.2” touchscreen display, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration, and 17-speaker super-premium Lexicon sound system. Upgrade to the Ultimate package and you’ll get soft-closing doors (powered), LCD gauge cluster, upgraded safety cameras (surround view), upgraded powered seating, ventilated back seats, vanity mirrors in the rear, and a rear DVD entertainment center with two screens. The Equus features a very capable 5.0-liter V8 engine that makes 429 horsepower and 376 pound-feet of torque. Hyundai offers a five-year/60,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty on this luxury sedan.

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After significant changes for the 2014 model year, Hyundai have left the Equus unchanged for 2015.

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Spacious interior; comfortable ride; strong V8 performance; lavish trims and details; strong safety record; Equus Ultimate offers prestige luxury for tens of thousands less than others in its class

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The Equus is Hyundai's luxury flagship, aimed directly at the top models from other luxury brands, including the Lexus LS and Jaguar XJ, but costing thousands less. The V8 in the Equus, which makes 429 horsepower, is Hyundai's most powerful engine ever -- and more powerful than the engines in the Lexus LS 460 and Mercedes-Benz S550. The Equus' 8-speed automatic transmission enhances performance while still managing to return an EPA-estimated 24 mpg highway. There are yet other reasons why the Equus stands out from the luxury pack. According to Hyundai, the Equus has more leg, head, and shoulder room, both in front and in back, than the Lexus LS 460. It's also a standout for safety features, and an IIHS Top Safety Pick.


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