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2020 Hyundai Palisade Review // Kia Telluride or this? "It's the same bloody vehicle"



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Motormouth Canada reviews the Hyundai Palisade three-row utility. Zack Spencer and Andrea try this all-new three-row seven or eight passenger SUV on for size. The new Hyundai Palisade replaces the slightly smaller Hyundai Santa FE XL. The Palisade shares the same engine, transmission and platform with the Kia Telluride. The way that Hyundai equips its Palisade is different than the Kia due to the availability of a base FWD model. The new Hyundai Palisade and Kia telluride are built on the same platform, using the same engine and transmission but the trim details are quite different. The Hyundai is offered with more trim choices, the Telluride is only sold with three trims in Canada. This new Palisade utility is offered with a base FWD model but all other trims come with AWD. Driving the all-new Hyundai Palisade isa 3.8l V6 engine with 291hp running on the more efficient Atkinson cycle. There is an 8-speed automatic transmission and available 20-inch wheels. The Hyundai Palisade is sold as an 8-passenger base model or optional 7-passenger setup with second row captains chairs. The Hyundai Palisade mid-size SUV comes with a base 8-inch infotainment screen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. In the Canadian market, the buyer needs to choose the top two trims to get the 10.25-inch infotainment screen. Three features the Palisade has over the Telluride are a push-button transmission, a power folding third row of seats and fully digital 12,3-inch instrument cluster on the top trim. The Kia Telluride also has some advantages, including standard LED lights, standard 10.25-inch centre screen with standard navigation, USB-C connections and standard wireless charging pad for smartphones.The Telluride returns good fuel economy for such a large 4-row utility. It is rated at 12.3L/100km in the city and 9.6L on the highway. That’s 19 MPG City and 26MPG HWY

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Дата публикации видео: 2020-05-02 14:00:30


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27 Комментариев для “2020 Hyundai Palisade Review // Kia Telluride or this? "It's the same bloody vehicle"”

  1. Wow feels weird rewatching this after watching the recent videos. Andrea really improved A LOT in the way she reviews stuff with Zac ! She's awesome now but you could see she wasn't as up and ready and all informed in that video as she is now in the more recent videos. Props to her for improving and working hard ! 🤜🤛

    Zac is amazing as always!

  2. You guys make a common mistake about the trim levels in the Palisade by saying you can only get features like the wireless phone charging, larger screen, etc in the top level Palisade for $50k, but that it's standard on the Telluride at $45k. Not true. You can get all these features and more in a Palisade with SEL trim (a ~$30K car) with the convenience and premium packages for around $40k. Or, you can get all that and more in a Limited Palisade for about $47k. Options on the Telluride cost a lot more.

  3. Nice review. Alas your prediction was incorrect — Palisade is pretty much unchanged in its offering for 2021. It's really not the same bloody vehicle — same platform, engine, and transmission but I think the different look will appeal to different buyers. The Palisade gives up the shifter for more storage space, it also has a + safety rating compared to the Telluride (based on headlights) which may appeal to more families. I think it's good they don't match up in terms of features — for example folding mirrors are fun (Telluride) but not a deal breaker for me. I also prefer a shifter but will be happy not to snag my purse strap on it every time I get out — more storage for the driver area is a win — I can deal with the push button. It also puts itself into park if you forget (who would, but you never know!). Same with the rear occupant detection — if it saves even one child's life it's worth it. I think each vehicle fits a niche buyer and they were smart not to make them identical. Makes the choice between them difficult, but it makes the buyer wonder what is a nice to have versus a need. Given that both models are nearly sold out at any dealer you go to tells me the formula works.

  4. By far the worst lane centering on adaptive cruise control I have ever driven. It pushes into the center of the road, almost past the center line and several times crossed the center line on an interstate with perfect lines. Not impressed. The sales guy I took the test drive with said it's a known problem on both the kia and Hyundai. Also the lane centering has no easy button to turn off when you only want adaptive cruise control, this basic button is a crucial to have. New highlander is much better.

  5. The Palisades do have one nice feature that the Telluride does not, which is the power folding third row seats. No need for a manual chord pull to lower those seats. Same goes for moving the second row seats back and forth using power push buttons. Not to mention the reclining third row seats which can be adjusted with the push of a button. If I recall correctly, the Kia’s do not have these features.

  6. Wait, what? I have the same exact Palisade Limited with the same black interior/ midnight cloud exterior and you Canucks get a GREY headliner? US cars are all black. Weird….

  7. To me, the main mismatch of the Palisade from the Telluride is you can get power-folding mirrors on the top trim of the Telluride, but the Palisade does not offer that on any trim. I prefer the Palisade, but am bummed there is no power-folding mirrors offered on it.

  8. Wrong, they are not the same, they are very different inside and out, I’ve looked them both over and while they may share the same power plant and transmission, I bought the 2020 Telluride because the Hyundai looks like every other suv out there in blandsville , The Telluride is distinctive, inside and out.:

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