2011 Hyundai Veracruz Values
Select a 2011 Hyundai Veracruz trim level
2011 model year changes
For 2011 Hyundai's popular Veracruz SUV now offers optional heated and ventilated front seats.
Smooth ride; refined, quiet interior; safety features; very generous standard-features list
Special features for 2011
Hyundai targeted the Lexus RX when originally developing the Veracruz, and it shows; the Hyundai crossover offers a higher standard of smoothness, refinement and noise suppression than most shoppers will anticipate. The Veracruz also stands out for its long features list: Looking purely at features for the money, the Veracruz is a better deal than most other crossovers. With a premium audio system and navigation system available, it's truly competitive with the feature sets of entry luxury vehicles. Safety-wise, the Veracruz is also a standout, with top scores in all U.S. crash tests.
Featuring front and all-wheel drivetrains linked to a 260 horsepower, 3.8 liter V-6 engine, the 2011 Hyundai Veracruz can be selected in either a modest GLS or a more lavish Limited trim model. The 2011 Veracruz GLS standard features include power windows and locks, air conditioning with separate rear controls as well as tasteful interior woodgrain accents. Limited models of the 2011 Veracruz offers an even more attractive host of equipment including leather seating, 18-inch aluminum alloy wheels, HomeLink transceiver and an Infinity 8-speaker audio system with XM Satellite radio. Optional equipment such as a rear seat entertainment system featuring an 8-inch LCD screen and DVD player has Infinity Logic7 surround sound filling the cabin with desired resonance. Offering seating for up to 7 passengers with a foldable rear two rows, side-curtain airbags protect the three rows of seating. Electronic stability control with traction control and a back-up sensing system is found as beneficial standard accident avoidance equipment on the 2011 Hyundai Veracruz.