Hyundai Palisade 2023

Hyundai is moving to rounder and more flamboyant design, with the Palisade having a busier overall look than the company has explored previously. Inside, the driver faces a computer tablet with vehicle and infotainment sectors. The rest of the cabin is elegant and constructed from attractive components. Room in the first two rows is ample and the seats are comfortable. Third-row seating is competitive in terms of space and comfort, as is cargo space.
A 3.8L V6, with an Atkinson cycle combustion process, which is generally seen in hybrid vehicles, is the sole powerplant. Power reaches the wheels—all-wheel drive in all but the base trim—via an eight speed automatic transmission. Towing capacity is stated to be 2268 kilograms.

The base Preferred, with blind spot and rear cross traffic monitors, power front seats, heated first and second-row seats, a sunroof, navigation and a rear self-levelling strut, is nicely equipped. The Urban trim, with a TFT gauge package, a Harmon-Kardon audio system, an in-car intercom, a power-fold second-row seat, a 360 degree camera system, a right side camera view system, a power tailgate, L.E.D. headlamps, rear parking sonar, ventilated front seats and a cushion length adjuster for the driver’s seat, is very good value. Buyers can pick second-row captain seats on the Urban trim for an extra $500. The Ultimate Calligraphy, which adds Nappa leather, a head up display system, a second-row fixed glass roof panel, more luxurious trim, junction turning intervention and the ability to reverse into a parking spot and drive out of it while being outside the car, is a bargain.

Average to above average reliability predicted during the warranty period.

Last update: June 27, 2023


  • Engine

    3.8L-V6 (291 HP)
  • Transmissions

  • Fuel consumption

    City: 12.6L/100 km Road: 9.6L/100 km
  • Drive Layout

    All-wheel drive
  • Body Style

    Midsize SUVs



What’s new this year?

Mid-cycle refresh including revised front fascia, grille and lights as well as an updated rear fascia. Cabin updates include a new gauge package on the Urban and Utimate trims, altered dashtop and a digital rearview mirror on the Ultimate. Smart Park, which permits the driver to reverse or pull out the vehicle from outside the vehicle, is new this year. The former base model, the Essential, was discontinued and the Urban trim, with a blackout theme, replaces the Luxury model for 2023.

Starting from  $ 47 999

What dealers pay$ 22 222

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Report - October 1, 2023
Base vehicle
$ 0 $ 47 999
Urban 8-Passenger
$ 0 $ 53 199
Urban 7-Passenger
$ 0 $ 53 699
Ultimate Calligraphy
$ 0 $ 56 798
Optional Paint

Available on select trims.

$ 0 $ 200
Freight & PDI

Required for all vehicle purchases

$ 0 $ 1 975
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