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Hyundai Palisade 2023: the luxury that fits in your pocket?

Hyundai launched the Hyundai Palisade model 2023, a luxury car but the price fits in the pocket. See below for more details!

For 2023, the Hyundai updated its sleekest SUV with a new exterior design and more standard features.

Buyers now get things like a larger touchscreen and the addition of Highway Driving Assist 2, which includes automatic lane changes.

All these upgrades make Palisade Calligraphy much more attractive.

The Hyundai Palisade's interior design remains largely unchanged from last year - but it's still pretty darn good.

High-grade aluminum accents wrap in premium black Nappa leather on the seats and accents on the dash and door panels.

On this calligraphy template, there's a bit of touch-resistant plastic on the bottom, but everything within immediate reach feels premium.

The Hyundai Palisade is like a long-haul cheat code; it's incredibly comfortable.

The Nappa leather front buckets offer heating, ventilation, power adjustment with a memory function and a smart posture adjustment function that straightened my back when I got too relaxed.

The second-row captain's chairs and even the third-row seat are also heated, and the second row is among the most spacious in the entire class.

Improved suspension damping for 2023 also helps improve the Hyundai Palisade Calligraphy's already luxurious ride.

A 12.3-inch touchscreen comes standard on all Palisade trims and is accompanied by a matching 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster.

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Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard, but both require wires. There are also seven USB ports in total throughout the cabin, and Hyundai even offers its Blue Link smartphone app for remote starting via Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.

The Palisade's 3.8-liter V6 engine and eight-speed automatic transmission cut the power well enough.

There's decent acceleration from a standstill and still plenty of higher torque in the rev range to make overtaking easier at highway speeds.

Every Hyundai Palisade comes with standard safety features such as Automatic Emergency Braking, Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keeping Assist and Adaptive Cruise Control with the Hyundai Highway Driving Assist (HDA).

That means the car will automatically accelerate and brake depending on the flow of traffic, as well as offering moderate steering inputs – but HDA is still practical.

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Source: Engine1