Hyundai on Tuesday said that its new Equus luxury sedan will cost $58,000, or $64,500, when it goes on sale in December, depending on the trim level.

This price undercuts the competition from BMW, Lexus, and Mercedes-Benz, as comparable models run in the $70s and beyond.
The Equus Signature’s bargain price includes features like electronically controlled air suspension with continuous damping control (CDC), 19-inch alloy wheels, nine airbags, active head restraints and seatbelts, lane departure warning, smart cruise control, adaptive front lighting, parking assist system, driver’s seat massage, heated and cooled front seats, an Apple iPad as the owner’s manual and so much more we’ve put the full list on the second page.


For that extra $6,500, the owner adds to his car 50/50 split rear seats (four-passenger seating) with reclining function, cooled rear seats, a rear-seat entertainment system with an eight-inch monitor, thermoelectric rear center console refrigerator, rear-seat power up/down head rests and few other enhancements.




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