Now that the Hyundai Veracruz crossover is scheduled for departure as the 2013 Santa Fe takes on other three-row crossovers, the Korean automaker may have set its sights on the large, premium crossover segment, a WardsAuto report says.
South Korea is located a couple miles off Japan's western coast, so it isn't surprising to learn that some of its domestic automakers have been impacted by the recent earthquake -- albeit in a much less severe manner.
Read Rusty Blackwell's comments on driving the 2008 Hyundai Veracruz.$39K is a lot of money for a Hyundai, but buyers will get a pretty good value for all-wheel-drive versions of the Veracruz Limited: seven-passenger seating; attractive, high-quality leather seats; nav; XM; heated seats; sunroof; a
Hyundai chose the 2007 Detroit Auto Show to debut its new large SUV, the Veracruz. Think of the Veracruz as a Sante Fe that has been inflated to Honda Pilot size and gained a standard third-row in the process. While Hyundai says it used "fluid and organic fo