Hyundai and their Palisade is heading towards a larger amount of money to pay for the 2023 model year. Within the updated version of three-row SUV now towards $36,245 for the base SE model, which hit a $1350 increase beyond the last year. There have been other trim levels that have risen from $1610 to about $2000, though the 2023 Palisade Limited tends to be a little cheaper than the 2022 equal. Hyundai has been showing what XRT models appear as, while the addition to the lineup began at $41,545. The Palisade XRT uses 20-inch black wheels. All with different bumper or faux skid plates, along with roof rails and darkened grill trim. Additionally the garnish on the lower doors. The mechanically identical imagery occurs the Palisades. The vehicle comes standard with the all-wheel-drive system of $1,900 for all trim levels. The XRT happens to be poised between the $39,245 SEL and the $47,795 Limited, respectively.
Additionally, the Hyundai Palisade Is The Top Of The Food Chain For Hyundai.
An elegant SUV, the Hyundai Palisade prides itself on keeping the passengers safe. With all there is to love, from entire connectivity to capable dependability. Specifically, this comes thanks to amazing wheels, well-quilted leather, and comfortable door surfaces. Calligraphy is the trim level of Hyundai Palisade, if that isn’t confusing enough, that very well may be the most luxurious and advanced out there, fit to drive with an HTRAC All Wheel Drive.
The other trims? Easy.
First you look at the SE. It’s the bare minimum that comes equipped with plenty of great features as well as blind-spot collision-avoidance assist. Plus, there’s forward collision-avoidance assist complete with Pedestrian Detection.
The SEL, is a balanced everyman of Hyundai, with a power tilt-and-slide sunroof as well as an eight-way power driver seat and a 291-horsepower 3.8L GDI V6 engine. Also, there’s room enough for 7-passenger with 8-passenger seating available.
Limited comes with higher end features, such as Surround View Monitors, a dual sunroof and a 12.3-inch fully digital gauge cluster.
Finally, you have the Hyundai Palisade Calligraphy, which really is just the best. With Premium front and rear fascias and very fancy leather-wrapped steering wheels. A spectacle on wheels, really.