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2020 Hyundai Palisade Review & Test Drive — Hyundai's New Flagship SUV

The lakes and mountains of Idaho make the perfect backdrop to test the 2020 Hyundai Palisade, an eight-passenger, three-row SUV that’s just the right size for family vacations or daily drop-offs. Edmunds special correspondent Elana Scherr puts the Palisade through its paces, testing passing ability, infotainment and cargo space.

How does the Palisade compare to pricier competition from Lincoln or the tried-and-true family haulers from Honda? Overall, the Palisade seems like a great value, especially in the top level trims, offering all the tech, safety, and even luxury of much more expensive SUVs for under $50,000 and including Hyundai’s great warranty.

2020 Hyundai Palisade Review

The Hyundai Palisade is a replacement for Hyundai’s current three-row SUV, the Santa Fe. The all-new Palisade boasts a fresh design, advanced technology, and all the convenience features you would expect in a family-friendly vehicle in the midsize-SUV segment.

Hyundai is bolstering the 2020 Palisade’s flagship status by loading it with technology features sure to impress even the most finicky family. Front and center is a 10.3-inch central touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, along with a Bluetooth system that supports two phone connections — one for audio streaming and one for making calls. Up to seven USB ports are available, ensuring that nearly everyone can keep their devices charged at the same time.
The Palisade’s tech features also ensure that occupants are kept safe. Numerous advanced safety systems are standard, including blind-spot monitoring, lane centering, and forward collision warning and mitigation. Also included on every Palisade are a driver attention monitor and Safe Exit Assist, which sounds an alert if passengers are in danger of opening the door into an oncoming vehicle. Some trims also come with a sideview camera that activates when the turn signal is flicked on, but we haven’t found this feature very useful in other cars.

This especially roomy interior cabin now accommodates 6-foot-tall passengers in any seat. It has 18 cubic feet of cargo space to spare behind the third row or 46 cubic feet with the second row folded. When comparing by the numbers, it’s a give-and-take row by row with the segment’s roomiest offerings.

But subjectively, the Palisade feels among the most spacious. It distributes its cabin volume well, utilizing smart packaging and design that both frees up storage space and helps emphasize a feeling of interior airiness. One notable example is the new push-button gear selector. It looks elegant, but it also saves a heap of space up front, opening up a large storage area between the front footwells.

Every Palisade is powered by a 3.8-liter V6 producing 291 horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque, paired to an eight-speed automatic transmission. Front-wheel drive is standard, with Hyundai’s HTRAC all-wheel-drive system available as an optional extra. The AWD system gains a snow traction mode this year, which alters torque distribution and engine output to help drivers keep power on the road. There’s even a locking differential for increased low-traction control.

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  1. I test drove this car and it drives pretty well and the seats and leather are great. But the large screen is very Narrow, and the color look washed out. Also the knobs and door handles are twist type and feel cheap and Chintzy. I liked the seats but was unimpressed with the rest. Dealer also asked for $3,000 above sticker, for last years model. Oh and its high up, so my family wanted running boards for another $2,500. It's higher so it gets poorer mileage than similar SUV's. This SUV has its pluses, but its not as amazing as everyone believes.

  2. Hyundai continually refuse to help on the extensive problems we have had with the 2020 Hyundai Palisade. Just search Palisade for interior smell and wind noise on google. You should never need to visit the dealer 4 times for the same problem before you get to 1400 miles. Service engine light for Evaporative Emission System leak. The only thing we requested was an extended warranty. There is a lot of problems with this new model. Corporate assign a representative (Paige) for Case#: 17148959 she was basically useless. She said up front there is not much they will do. From the start I was nothing more then a problem she needed to get off her books. Just recieved a message from her that basically said sorry about your luck. This company may be good in other parts of the world but here in the US they do not stand by their product.

  3. Great review, maybe the best review I've seen for a vehicle. Elana's presentation was lively, engaging, informative and fun. She gave me the information and stats I wanted while showing us her wonderful personality. Bravo, extremely well done!! We will look to see all of her reviews!

  4. If anyone is in South Florida, make your way down to West Palm Beach Hyundai off of Okeechobee and Congress. I’m a brand new car salesman there. Have some fun there by making an appointment and test driving a Kona or any other Hyundai or non Hyundai vehicle we have there, but be sure to ask for me(Pete). “Just ask me about how much I bench”!!! Lol Most importantly, tell me what I can do for you so that you can have that Napleton experience with a new or used car in your driveway! Bam!!! 💪🏼🚘🏋🏻‍♀️

  5. Hyundai genesis and kia is better than toyota and honda dont get me wrong i still love honda and toyota but hondas have the most ugliest design and bad transmission cvt ! i would pick toyota and hyundai over honda any-day but look hyundai has better warrantee better design and better futures and better sound system better transmisson! No cvt crap!

  6. I have yet to test drive the Limited trim level. But I am skeptical of the piping on the seats, the faux aluminum, the flimsy cup holders in the giant front storage bin, the Limited grille and wheels. Oh and what insipid color choices, even for the American market. Black, white, grey, silver, and a muted blue and red. I'm still leaning Kia on this one.

  7. After hard negotiations from 4 dealerships, We finally picked up the Limited Palisade this weekend. As we were picking it up, there were 3 families waiting in line to steal our SUV if we didn't go through with it. I tell ya what, it's a hot seller right next to the Telluride (1 month back order). It tells you something, the Koreans nailed this SUV on the mark. The SUV is simply amazing inside and out. Also, the MPG's are MUCH higher then rated by the automaker. We're getting 23 City and almost 31mpg on highway speeds of 55-65 speeds. We're coming from a 2015 Highlander where we had 24mpg Highway and terrible city. What a difference and the 3rd row seating is actually practical! Couldn't be happier.

  8. Amazing the extra tech and comfort displayed by the new Palisade. Being Gen 1 Highlander owners, we had to wait till 2020 to get Carplay and with the new Highlander growing another 2 1/2 inches, it's little more than an inch shorter than this vehicle. My hope is,since Toyota is taking so long to bring this new Highlander to market(sales starting almost 2020), that they are looking at their competitor's significant improvement in safety tach and high-end interiors that Toyota will add these new features and interior to their new Highlander.

  9. Thank goodness the seats are a little stiffer. I like to travel long distance and stiffer seats will leave you a lot more fresher after 6 straight hours of driving. Soft plush seats will have you aching after a few hours

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