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We purchased a 2014 Limited w/ the premium pkg in Sept 2016. After searching many internet auto sites one finally appeared only 37 miles away from us in Arizona. I was fortunate to get to this car first. The 2014 had only 9500 miles. With premium pkg it is fully loaded and had trunk mat/wheel locks/mud flaps. The car drives well once you get used to the lighter steering. It has an amazing very short turn radius. Sharp U-turns can be made. We took the car for its first long drive to San Diego and total trip 792 miles we averaged 24.6 miles at speeds of constant 80. In town has been at 17.3 ..EPA say 19mpg. The ride with the 245/50-19 tires rides very smoothly. A/C is very cold if needed and the heat/cool seats are great for AZ cooler days. I suggest you thoroughly read the owners manual, it is physically heavy but informative. There are many folding/turn downward mirrors that have defeat modes if you don't need. You need to read the manual and also the separate manuals for radio and navigation functions. Takes a bit but imperative. The interior of the car is impeccable as to the dash seams and leather door trim. The car is quiet inside and the doors are solid as a vault. The dash covering is a durable almost pebbly /grippy surface which is great. Not the old slippery shiny dashes of lore.Interior ambient soft blue lighting which includes all cabin lights and the blue trim on dash and door panels is gorgeous and soothing. All four doors have lighted red lights when opened. The car has the side manual shades and the power rear deck shade. There are only two of us in the family and the rear shades will cut down on outward visibility if you have rear passengers. The rear shade truly cuts the sunlight but at night I would suggest it to be down as it I think might hamper your distance of headlights behind you. Rear seat legroom is very very large. Front legroom is more than enough and the dashboard gives a feeling of a very large forward cabin. After having an SUV for 16 years if this is your car, take time when driving in town and taking turns around curbing. The car will turn very easily without effort and you might scrape a wheel easily. We have sold our SUV and are now looking for a Hyundai Ultimate as is has the same features as the Azera. Since purchasing my car I am sold on the Hyundai brand and will look for another CPO vehicle as is our Azera. The warranty can't be beat. The Hyundai brand is basically a sleeper brand I opine, but consistently is in about the top 7 makes of cars in J.D. Power and other rating bureaus. The test drive is free folks. In closing the Azera was not a well marketed model and Hyundai chose to push the Sonata. One last thought, the engine is strong and very peppy from stop or on the highway. It has a light pedal and cruised effortlessly at 80 to 85. Watch the foot feed as it has a light feel on the highway. Thanks for reading.. Rod in ArizonaRead more reviews at Cars.com