Hyundai is South Korean most successfully cars company that has won many American customers heart, their cars like The Santa Fe, Hyundai Ionic, and the one which will we talk about it The Palisade. So to keep their market value and to make sure they will not lose their customers, Hyundai Like another Cars Company always bring something new to their product (cars), in this case, the Palisade. So let see how the next 2020 Hyundai Palisade edition will look.
What New For 2020 Edition
One thing is for sure, the 2020 Hyundai Palisade will be bigger than the previous one. The Hyundai Palisade serves as a more direct competitor for other three-row crossovers such as the Honda Pilot, Subaru Ascent, and Volkswagen Atlas. Of those three, only the Atlas has a longer wheelbase. And although the Palisade is only wider than the Subaru, it’s not much narrower than the other two. It’s also 3 inches longer overall than the Santa Fe XL it replaces.
Most importantly, whether you opt for the seven- or eight-passenger Palisade, the third row now has enough room to comfortably fit an average-sized adult. Even two of them. The Palisade’s second-row seats can also slide forward, adding even more flexibility. But even though Hyundai hopes families will appreciate the Palisade’s size and practicality, it also took a big risk with the styling.
We’re still not quite sure how we feel about the look, but with a huge chrome grille, stacked headlights, vertical daytime running lights, the Palisade certainly stands out. Around back, the shape of the taillights complements what you see up front. In profile, however, the shape is much more conventional.
Interior Styling & Technology
The upcoming 2020 Palisade offers a far more spacious interior, particularly for the second- and third-row occupants. It will seat a total of eight passengers with its standard second-row bench seat, although optional second-row captain’s chairs reduce that count to seven. There’s a one-touch system to move the second-row seats forward for access to the third row, and power-folding third-row seats are optional for easier access to the larger cargo area.
Pricing and fuel-economy figures have yet to be released but expect to start prices to range from about $32,000 on up to $50,000, which will include numerous standard driver-assistance features such as adaptive cruise control, collision-avoidance assistants, and blind-spot and lane-keeping systems.
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How Powerful The New Palisade?
What most American love this SUV is it performance or capability to goes on in any type of the road. So for 2020 model edition, The Palisade Power will come solely from a 3.8-liter V-6 mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission, with all 291 horsepower routed to the front wheels as standard; the all-wheel drive will be optional on all trim levels. We’ve only had limited time behind the wheel, but the version we drove had a ride quality that was firm but unobtrusive. Likewise, its steering feedback was precise and nicely weighted. The Palisade is a big, heavy vehicle, but its steady responses to our inputs made it easy to maneuver. Competent ride and handling, impressive packaging for people and cargo, and a healthy list of high-tech options also are on the Palisade’s docket.
When You Can See Closer?
This new 2020 Palisade will available at our dealer in 2019 summer, and Hyundai Official Site has confirmed that 2019 Summer meant this Summer. The 2020 Palisade will available in various colors like Hyper White, Lagoon Silver, Steel Graphite, Sierra Burgundy, Moonlight Cloud, Forest Rain, Becketts Black.