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2020 Hyundai Palisade: FULL REVIEW + DRIVE | The new KING of the Segment?!?



WOW! This new 2020 Hyundai Palisade is IMPRESSIVE! Let’s find out in this IN-DEPTH REVIEW and TEST DRIVE of the 2020 Hyundai Palisade SEL AWD! The Palisade Limited, Palisade SEL (shown) and Palisade SE trims will be ALL be covered in this review as well! During the video, we will show you the performance data of the engine, the Palisade’s acceleration, how it compares to its sibling, the 2020 Kia Telluride, its 0-60 MPH, ride quality, steering and handling, driving dynamics, cargo capacities, distinct styling cues, interior technology and functionality, Hyundai Blue Link system, exterior styling and much more! So, come join us as we sample this automotive delicacy in a very detailed review that will leave no questions unanswered!

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Video Contents:
Detailed Exterior Walkaround: 1:17
Interior Design, Tech & Amenities: 4:57
Occupant Opulence & Cargo: 19:28
Powertrain & Test Drive: 26:37
Pricing Information: 36:09

As-Tested (Palisade SEL AWD): $42,215

*Links*
Special thanks to…
Gates Hyundai, in Richmond, KY:
6000 Atwood Dr, Richmond, KY 40475

Hyundai Blue Link 2020 Detailed Tutorial:

Intro Music:
«Toboggan» by Silent Partner is free for use on YouTube for any purpose.

Ending Music:
«Ex-Boxer» by Riot is free for use on YouTube for any purpose.

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24 Комментариев для “2020 Hyundai Palisade: FULL REVIEW + DRIVE | The new KING of the Segment?!?”

  1. Went to the dealership twice yesterday to look at this vehicle. I am so in love with the way the car looks but other things are preventing me from buying it right now. Having a nervous breakdown making up my mind 🙂 Telluride's are not to be found in my area. Was completely disappointed in the way it drove. It lacks power and was not an enjoyable ride. Going back today to take it out longer. The sounds system was majorly disappointing. Tried 2 of them. The first one must have had the speakers blown because the whole car was vibrating. The second one sounded somewhat better but was still lackluster. Lastly, I can't believe they didn't give the option for black rims. Wow!

    By the way the 10" screen is not limited to the Limited. You can get it in the SEL but you need the navigation package.

  2. I can see both of you will be a successful auto journalist in the future…keep up the good work. As usual, you got to start somewhere right… just fyi, correction, above the third row is not a light but a occupant sensor. Peace!

  3. HOLY CRAP,
    3 (USBs) and 2 (12-volt outlets) in the front
    2 (USBs) 1 (3-prong household outlet) and 1 (12-volt outlet) in the middle row
    2 (USBs) in the third row
    and another (12-volt outlet) in the cargo area
    JEEZ that means 7 (USBs), 4 (12-volt outlets), and 1 (3-prong household outlet)

  4. My problem with all these driver assist stuff, is it not needed and just increases the cost of a new vehicle. The consumer has become both spoiled and lazy.
    Lane assist, collision avoidance, blind spot monitoring,adaptive cruise control, just keep your eye on your driving. All of these features yet the number of collisions have not decreased.
    Heated steering wheel, vented cooling seat, really? Is the climate that unbearable? 10 cup holders for the one or two people you actually see riding in a vehicle.
    To show just how ridiculous the cost of any new car is nowadays, just look at the financing terms available to purchase one to the average consumer. Who takes a car loan over 7 years. Do they not look at the additional cost to them for the financing, on top of the purchase price?
    Wake up consumers, you’re putting yourself in the poor house.

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