I hate the piano black, the underseat tray is worse than the Mav, and the limited colors. There than that, I love it a lot. If the SEL Premium eliminates the first of these issues, I will be very tempted. Problem is the one I plan to look at this week is marked up 4k and there is no way I am playing limited prices for itWatched a couple so far.
Fast, quiet, comfortable, good.
Touchscreen and piano black not so good.
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This press junket was all fully loaded Limiteds.Has anyone posted one from the SEL/SE trims yet?
That Photoshop job wins the internet for todayWho else wants a Baja wrap for their SC?
+1 for the Baja Halloween mask on the SC!That Photoshop job wins the internet for today
Best quote in The Smoking Tire video, it pretty much sums up what the SC is...
"This is a practical solution to many peoples problems, question is will buyers be practical?"
I too am highly anticipating a real towing test. And I know many will want to see a true off road challenge. These reviews were clearly a press event in which Hyundai kept everyone on a tight leash in a nice predefined and controlled environment. One reason why is you don't want to give some towing rookie a big load and send them on their way. Hyundai can't risk the review becoming some catastrophic failure. I drove "off road" once in a Wrangler and our guide made sure there was nothing challenging - I think I could have driven the course in pretty much ANY vehicle, it was super easy to ensure nobody got in trouble.Would be really keen to see tests of the Cruz tugging 3500lb-4000lbs. The 80% rule given its 5000lb rating.