The price of the 2023 Hyundai Palisade has risen by $ 1,350, while the new XRT starts at $ 42,150.
The cheapest model in the range, the Hyundai Palisade SE 2023, starts at $ 34,950 ($ 36,245 / freight $ 1,295) per year. This pre-lifting is $ 1,350 more than the 2022 model.
Today, the company announced the price of the entire collection of Palisades 2023, and as before, the range features a stylish calligraphy finish with an MSRP of $ 50,800 ($ 52,095 with shipping). Finishing the new rugged XRT starts at $ 42,150 ($ 43,445 with shipping).
With front and all-wheel drive, the XRT comes with everything offered in the SEL finish, as well as dark 20-inch wheels, sturdy bottom bumpers, lower door handles and sliding panel accents. It also features a black grille, black roof side rails, body-colored exterior door handles, a powerful hatch and Black H-Tex leather seating surfaces.
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If you choose the Palisade XRT AWD, you get all of this, as well as the HTRAC lift gate sign, down braking assistance, snow mode, tow mode, and AWD lock. Anyway, you get very visible XRT signals.
The 2023 model Hyundai Palisade, updated in the year, has the advantage of a new, angular grille and slightly vertical front fascia to look like a boxer. The headlights have also been modified, but they have retained their separate design.
Inside, meanwhile, the design is similar to the original model, but slightly improved. The infotainment screen has now grown from 10.25 inches to 12 inches, and the HVAC fans are slimmer and fit the dashboard more beautifully. The new four-row steering wheel, on the other hand, looks a bit more futuristic than the three-way block it replaces. Behind it, the new instrument cluster will be better than the 2022 model. The front Ergo-Motion seats are from Genesis, which symbolizes the luxury ambitions of a large SUV.
All models are powered by the same 3.8-liter V6 engine, which produces 291 HP at 6,000 rpm (295 PS / 217 kW) and 262 pound feet (355 Nm) at 5,200 rpm. The 2023 Hyundai Palisade is expected to hit dealers this summer.
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