My Review of the 2011 Hyundai Equus

Model Overview:

Hyundai has been known for producing good quality lowered priced cars.  They intend to change all of that with the all new Equus with a starting price of $58,000.  This is a whole new chapter for Hyundai; this car will compete with some of the best luxury sedans like the BMW 7 series, Audi A8 and the Mercedes S class.  The Equus come in at a better price than its competitors with the S class starting at $93,000, but will it attract the S class group of buyers? In my option yes, it offers many things that a 7 series would offer for a better price.  With the Equus fantastic styling on the exterior and its 385 HP 4.6 liter V-8 engine what is not to like?  With its ultra luxury interior it’s an irresistible car.  Sleek lines and bold headlights will make everyone see you coming from a mile away.  If you take long trips it your car you will always be comfortable, with its massaging seats that come cooled and heated.  One of the many features great features on the Equus would be blue light up door panels that look great at night.


New Features:

Hyundai’s new flagship sedan. That will not be forgotten when buying for a luxury car.

Slots above Genesis sedan the Equus makes a new standard for Hyundai.

Standard 4.6-liter V-8, six-speed automatic with 385 HP you can pass an Audi A8 with ease.

Available massaging seats, this is an option that you will only find in the best of cars.

Available reclining rear seats with extending ottoman. Another feature you will only find in a ultimate luxury car.


What I like:

               This car has so many luxury features it makes you forget that you are in a Hyundai.

Rear-seat amenities like reclining rear seats with extending ottoman.

Relative price now you can afford a car that is as good as or better than a 7-series.

Many safety features.


The Equus is one of my favorite cars, it has no down side. When you find yourself looking to buy a new car think Equus you cannot go wrong with one.  The Equus is a great new car to enter the Hyundai line up; it may become the new car to be seen in.