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yundai, known for long bumper to bumper warranties and sensible cars, has entered yet another segment within the automotive industry. Over the years Hyundai has shown time and time again that it can deliver on its promise to improve and the 2011 Equus is proof that it has. Like the Genesis, the Equus brings it up not one but several notches in the high end luxury market.


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Starting with a 4.6 Liter V8 producing 385 HP, six-speed transmission, Continuous Damping air suspension, quiet cabin and features found within such names as Audi A8, Lexus LS460, Mer- cedes S-Class and Maybach 57. The Equus has more leg room than the Audi A8 and 7-Series BMW. Hyundai stands behind the Equss with Valet service and 5 year/60,000 mile maintenance. The Equus has more than enough potential to be as good, if not better than the competition. The others aren’t looking in their rear view mirrors anymore, but more though their driver’s win- dow.


Once inside you first notice the new badge, feel the leather wrapped seats and placement of the controls. I don’t think you will find much passengers sitting next to you as they will be flipping coins on who sits in the rear seat. If equipped with the Ultra-Luxury feature, not only will you get 50/50 split rear seats (which are cooled), but thermoelectric rear console refrigerator and mas- sage system.


The Hyundai Equus will certainly be within a unique class with the other vehicles. It will im- press and pamper you and your passengers luxu- riously enough to make them look twice.


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