New 2023 Hyundai Palisade for sale at Heritage | MileOne Autogroup | VIN: KM8R4DGE0PU626019 (2023)

    Exterior color
    Sierra Burgundy
    Interior color
    SUV/7 seats
    Fuel consumption
    19/25 MPG Grad/Hwy
    All-wheel drive
    V-6 cyl
    VIN number

      Featured Features

      • Navigation system
      • Leaving the lane
      • Automatic temperature control
      • Emergency communication system
      • Electric monthly roof
      • Wireless phone connection
      • Parking sensors
      • Front camera for outdoor parking
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      • Protection options

      Included packages and options

      Included options

      • Floor mats with carpet215 dollars

      • Cargo Net55 dollars

      • Cargo tray150 dollars

      • First aid kit30 dollars

      • Cross rails of the roof rack315 dollars

      • Wheel locks70 dollars

      Detailed specifications

      Convenient features
      • 1 tap down
      • 1 touch
      • Adaptive cruise control:Smart cruise control with Stop & Go (SCC)
      • Air conditioning
      • Rearview mirror with automatic dimming
      • Automatic temperature control
      • Display of blind spot:Blind spot monitor (BVM) left and right
      • Container on the driver's door
      • Driver's mirror
      • Emergency communication system:Blue Link Connected Car Service (3-year free subscription)
      • Front drink holders
      • Front dual-zone air conditioning
      • Garage door transmitter:HomeLink
      • Heated steering wheel
      • Illuminated entrance
      • Memory seat
      • Roof sunshade:manual
      • Navigation system
      • Overhead console
      • Container in the passenger door
      • Passenger mirror
      • Electric monthly roof
      • Electric windows
      • Proximity key:door and start button
      • Rear air conditioner
      • Rear drink holders
      • Tanks on the back door
      • Remote engine start:pendant and smart device (subscription required)
      • Remote keyless entry
      • Speed ​​control
      • Telescopic steering wheel
      • Tilt steering wheel
      • Automatic trunk/hatch closing
      Entertainment features
      • LCD monitor 1. reda:2
      • AM/FM radio:SiriusXM
      • Primary LCD Size:12,3"
      • Radio data system
      • Rear audio controls
      • Duration of the satellite radio trial with the purchase of a new vehicle (months):3
      • Smart device integration:Apple CarPlay i Android Auto
      • Speaker type:harman/kardon
      • Speakers:12
      • Audio controls on the steering wheel
      • Turn-by-turn navigation instructions:Blue Link Connected Car Service (3-year free subscription
      • Wireless phone connection:Bluetooth
      • Basic guarantee:60 months/60,000 miles
      • Corrosion Perforation Warranty:84 months/ unlimited distance
      • Maintenance guarantee:36 months/36,000 miles
      • Powertrain Warranty:120 months/100,000 miles
      • Roadside assistance coverage:60 months/ unlimited distance
      Seats and equipment
      • 3rd row of seats:split-bench
      • Front center armrest
      • Front seats:counter
      • Heated front seats
      • Heated rear seats
      • Maximum seating capacity:7
      • Power 2-way driver lumbar support
      • Power 4-way lumbar support for the driver
      • Electric driver's seat
      • Electric passenger seat
      • Rear seats:captain
      • Rear seat fold position:fold the seat back forward
      • Reclining seat in the 3rd row
      • Seat covers:artificial leather H-Tex
      • Split folding rear seat
      • Ventilated front seats
      • Ventilated rear seats
      • Compressor:Is not available
      • Cylinder configuration:V-6
      • Type of drive:HTRAC all-wheel drive
      • Engine liters:3,8L
      • Engine Location:in front
      • Fuel Economy City:19 mpg
      • Fuel savings combined:21 mpg
      • Fuel saving highway:25 mpg
      • Fuel tank capacity:18,8 gal.
      • Horsepower:291 KS at 6000 rpm
      • Type of hybrid traction battery:no
      • Automatic manual gear shifting:SHIFTRONIC
      • Select the transfer mode
      • Number of valves:24
      • Recommended fuel:Regular unleaded
      • Standard fuel type for fuel economy:petrol
      • Torque:262 lb.-ft. @ 5,200 rpm
      • Transfer:8 speed automatic
      • Variable intake manifold
      • Variable valve control
      Terrain capability
      • Ground clearance (min):201 mm (7.9 in)
      External appearance of the body
      • Auto-dimming mirrors
      • Bumpers:body color
      • Door mirrors:body color
      • Heated mirrors
      • Electric mirrors
      • Electric liftgate
      • rear loading:electric liftgate
      • Roof rack
      • Spoiler
      • End of the exhaust pipe:besides
      • Trailer sway control
      • Turn signal mirrors
      Specifications and dimensions
      • 3rd row headroom:945 mm (37.2 in)
      • 3rd hip row:1110 mm (43.7 in)
      • Legroom in the 3rd row:798 mm (31.4 in)
      • Shoulder space in the 3rd row:1402 mm (55.2 in)
      • Compression ratio:13.00 do 1
      • Weight of empty vehicle:1991 kg (4389 lbs)
      • Engine bore x stroke:87,0 mm x 96,0 mm (3,43" x 3,78")
      • Engine volume:3,8 L
      • Engine horsepower:291 KS at 6000 rpm
      • Engine torque:262 lb.-ft. @ 5,200 rpm
      • Outer body width:1,976 mm (77.8 in)
      • External height:1750 mm (68.9 in)
      • Outer length:4996 mm (196,7")
      • Front headroom:998 mm (39.3 in)
      • Front hip room:1,476 mm (58.1 in)
      • Front legroom:1120 mm (44.1 in)
      • Front shoulder area:1554 mm (61.2 in)
      • GVWR:2663 kg (5871 lbs)
      • Internal maximum rear cargo volume:2447 L (86 cubic feet)
      • Internal rear cargo volume:510 L (18 cu.ft.)
      • Number of passengers:4,398L (155,3 cu.ft.)
      • Rear headroom:986 mm (38.8 in)
      • Rear hip space:1466 mm (57.7 in)
      • Rear legroom:1,077 mm (42.4 in)
      • Rear shoulder space:1544 mm (60.8 in)
      • Towing capacity:2,268 kg (5,000 lbs)
      • Turning radius:5,9 m (19,4')
      • Wheelbase:2,901 mm (114.2 in)
      Lighting, visibility and instruments
      • 2nd row of sun blinds
      • Look:digital/analog
      • Automatic high beams
      • Blind spot:Blind spot warning (BCW).
      • Adjustable
      • Headlights with delay switch-off
      • Front camera for outdoor parking
      • Exterior parking camera on the left
      • Rear camera for outdoor parking:Rear monitor yes
      • Exterior parking camera on the right
      • Front reading lights
      • Fully automatic lights
      • Departure lane:Lane Keep Assist (LKA) active
      • Low tire pressure warning
      • External temperature display
      • Parking sensors:Parking distance warning - forward/backward front and rear
      • Rear reading lights
      • Rear window defroster
      • Rear window wiper
      • Tachometer
      • Road sign information
      • Portable computer
      • Wipers with variable interruptions
      Security and insurance
      • Disc brakes on 4 wheels
      • ABS brakes
      • Adjustable headrests:driver and front passenger with tilt
      • Brake Assist
      • Dual front impact airbags
      • Dual front side airbags
      • Electronic stability
      • Front collision:Forward Collision Avoidance (FCA) with cross traffic
      • Ahead Pedestrian Detection:prevention
      • Ignition disable
      • Knee airbag
      • Passenger detection airbag
      • Air bag above the head
      • Panic alarm
      • Ambient/approach lights
      • Rear collision:Rear Collision Avoidance Assist (RCCA).
      • Rear side airbag
      • Security system
      • Tracking system:Blue connection
      • Traction control

      Merchant notes

      Expected delivery date 2023-06-18 consumer reviews

      New 2023 Hyundai Palisade for sale at Heritage | MileOne Autogroup | VIN: KM8R4DGE0PU626019 (1)

      All in all4.2from 5

      • Replaced by Hyundai?

        Author DenverDude|alreadySunday, July 26, 2020


        Just 10 years ago, the idea of ​​trading a Ford, Toyota, Nissan or Volkswagen for a Hyundai (as I just did) would have been a joke. No more! This 2020 Hyundai Palisade outshines the competition in its assigned mainstream 3-row SUV segment, but would hold its own comfortably against BMW, Infiniti, and Cadillac in the luxury segment. Seriously. Driving is good. 291 horsepower provides adequate power. Nobody drags their 3-row SUV anyway. Smooth transmission, comfortable, quiet ride. All-wheel drive works well (although this is not a true off-road vehicle). MPG is about 20% higher than estimates. I had one stretch of 120 miles where the Palisade averaged 36 (yes, 36) mpg and NOT in eco mode! This was an anomaly, as it usually gets around 24-26 MPG for me. Plenty of room. Not as cavernous as an Atlas or Traverse, but bigger than a Highlander or Explorer (yes - believe it or not). Plus, in the Limited trim I bought, it's filled with great technology, safety features, and a luxurious mix of interior materials. It really is the whole package. It's not 100 percent great - the downside is the lack of power folding mirrors. And standard Bridgestone tires should be Michelin. But these are "rich people's problems". It's hard to find anything wrong with the Hyundai Palisade. (Also - I can't give a 5 for reliability because I haven't owned it long enough. I'm assuming it will be reliable considering it has a 10 year 100,000 mile powertrain warranty.) This is the best vehicle I've ever owned, period.. .including my previous Jeep Grand Cherokee and Volkswagen Atlas. I'm happy I switched.

      • Palisade impresses after a month

        Author: SB GA|alreadySunday, April 18, 2021


        I am retired and wanted something that could support our emerging travel plans. We wanted a car with great safety features, and Hyundai/Kia do an admirable job here. We chose the Calligraphy AWD model, which had all the advantages and an outstanding interior. There are plenty of cameras, but the best ones are those mounted under the exterior mirrors and activated by the direction indicators. You can see exactly who is approaching, no more blind spots! These cameras, like all cameras, provide very high resolution images. Exterior - the design is distinctive, especially at the front. LED lights/lamps provide superior illumination at night. People stop trying to figure out what it is. We also have the Mercedes ML series, and the Palisade is both longer and wider, making it a little tight in a two-car garage. The tailgate is easily opened from the outside, on a panel or key fob. Ride - very comfortable and very quiet. I was surprised to see KBB's expert rating noting some wind noise. This is not the case with our car. In fact, it's quieter than our Mercedes SUV. The seats are very comfortable and supportive. Performance - acceleration is adequate with downshifts quite easy. The transmission is very smooth with little feeling of going through the 8 gears. Braking is smooth and sensitive. Gas mileage was surprisingly good around town, with the engine stop feature not being overly irritating. Interior - probably one of the nicest we've seen, especially in this price range. Too many options to mention, but the leather seats look great, lots of storage space everywhere, and most things are within easy reach, except for the manual radio dial. The heads-up display is very clear and does not obstruct your view outside at all. The digital dashboard has a different look depending on the selected driving mode, but the speedometer and tachograph are very clear in each. You also have the outside temperature, the forecast, as well as many other configurable options. We have a 2nd row captain's chair that is just as comfortable as the front seats. They also facilitate access to the 3rd row. The infotainment screen is nicely integrated into the center of the dashboard and offers a very high resolution. The "Home" screen is divided into (3) views, map, radio, weather forecast. We have yet to master voice commands, but navigation seems pretty simple and intuitive. The 360° camera views are very good and the warning beeps are very useful. Storage and USB ports - plenty throughout the car, starting under the center console and continuing to the storage compartment behind the 3rd row of seats. USB ports are scattered around the car, and the front console has a pad for wireless charging. Overall, I'm very happy with the many features yet to be explored.

      • Top vehicle!

        from Sandy|alreadySaturday, March 13, 2021


        This is the fourth Hyundai I have owned. I've never had a problem with either. Palisade makes me feel confident in any situation. It's a vehicle I'm proud to drive.

      Based on 72 consumer ratings for 2019-2023 models.|


      *Additional costs include accessories you add, sales tax, tag and title fees for the state the vehicle will be registered in, and the dealer processing fee applicable in the state the dealer is located ($500 Maryland; not required by law) ; ($449 Pennsylvania); ($899 Virginia & North Carolina). Due to current market conditions, market price may be higher than MSRP. Prices are subject to change and previous sales are excluded from these offers. See the individual vehicle page or contact the store by phone or email for full details on all offers.

      *Additional costs include accessories you add, sales tax, tag and title fees for the state the vehicle will be registered in, and the dealer processing fee applicable in the state the dealer is located ($500 Maryland; not required by law) ; ($394 Pennsylvania); ($799 Virginia and North Carolina). Due to current market conditions, market price may be higher than MSRP. See the individual vehicle page or contact the store by phone or email for full details on all offers.

      Detailed prices

      47,920 dollars

      *Purchase price may vary from MSRP.

      *Purchase price may vary from MSRP.

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        When can you buy a 2023 Palisade? ›

        If you are in the market for a three‑row SUV with seating up to 8, you may be excited to hear that the Hyundai Palisade will be arriving at our local Hyundai Dealership Summer 2022. The 2023 Hyundai Palisade is seeing the first refresh since its 2020 Model Year debut to our New Hyundai Inventory lineup.

        What are the prices paid for the 2023 Palisade? ›

        2023 Hyundai Palisade Pricing

        With all-wheel drive, the SE starts at $36,950. As an SEL, the 2023 Hyundai Palisade starts at $37,950, while the new XRT begins at $40,250. At the top of the lineup are the Palisade Limited and Calligraphy models, which start at $46,500 and $48,900, respectively.

        What is the gas mileage for a Palisade 2023? ›

        2023 Hyundai Palisade
        combined city/hwycityhwy
        4.8 gal/100 mi

        Is the Hyundai Palisade 2023 reliable? ›

        The 2023 Hyundai Palisade has a predicted reliability score of 84 out of 100. A J.D. Power predicted reliability score of 91-100 is considered the Best, 81-90 is Great, 70-80 is Average, and 0-69 is Fair and considered below average.

        What is the difference between the Limited and calligraphy Hyundai Palisade 2023? ›

        The Limited defines luxury with features like a dual-pane sunroof, ventilated front seats, and a 360-degree surround-view camera. The Calligraphy brings all of the luxury features of the Limited while adding 20-inch alloy wheels, unique front-end and rear-end treatments, quilted-leather door panels, and more.

        How much is the 2023 Hyundai Palisade Calligraphy fully loaded? ›

        The refreshed three-row SUV now starts at $36,245, and the new rugged-looking XRT version starts at $41,545. All-wheel drive is a $1900 option across the board. The updated 2023 Hyundai Palisade starts at $36,245 for the base SE trim. The loaded Calligraphy AWD is $52,095 and comes with some new features.

        Which car is more expensive the Telluride or the Palisade? ›

        The Telluride starts at $35,890, and the top-spec SX-Prestige X-Pro takes the price up to $52,985. The 2023 Palisade starts at $35,550, and the range-topping Calligraphy trim increases costs to $49,500. The Palisade offers five trims, and the Telluride has 10 options available.

        How much should i pay for 2023 Hyundai Palisade Calligraphy? ›

        Starting at $37,235

        Verdict If you're in the market for a comfortable family SUV with a luxury bent, the 2023 Palisade should be on your short list.

        How much can Palisade travel with full tank of gas? ›

        With an EPA-estimated rating of 24 mpg, all-wheel-drive models can travel 450 miles.

        How many miles will a Palisade last? ›

        So, how long will a Hyundai Palisade last? With its tried-and-true Lambda II V6 engine variant, and eight-speed transmission used in the Santa Fe and Tucson, the Palisade should have no issue clocking 150,000 to 200,000 miles without much headache.

        How far can a Hyundai Palisade go on empty? ›

        Incredible. yes about 20-25 miles before empty.

        What are the most common problems with Hyundai Palisade? ›

        Hazy windows, faulty brakes, malfunctioning seats, and engine issues are among the top complaints received by the NHTSA from vehicle owners. Are you having issues with your tow hitch harness? Read about our Hyundai Palisade Tow Hitch Class Action Investigation.

        How long is the wait for a new Hyundai Palisade? ›

        Between three and six months

        Is the 2023 Hyundai Palisade affected by the recall? ›

        The Details

        Vehicles recalled: 167,085 Hyundai Palisades from the 2021 through 2023 model years. The problem: Accumulations of ice and/or snow could prevent the driver-side windshield wiper arm from moving, resulting in the motor working intermittently or completely stop functioning.

        Is Palisade considered a luxury car? ›

        Once you factor in its significantly lower price tag versus comparably equipped luxury SUVs, the only real upscale attribute the Palisade Calligraphy doesn't offer is a luxury-brand badge on its grille.

        How much should I pay for a Palisade calligraphy? ›

        2023 Hyundai Palisade MSRP and Invoice Price
        TrimsMSRPInvoice Price
        Calligraphy Most Popular$51,185$48,942
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        What is the difference between fully loaded SEL and limited Palisade? ›

        The SEL trim level adds equipment like a sunroof, roof rails, and optional 20-inch wheels. The Limited builds on the SEL's equipment by adding auto wipers and a dual-pane sunroof.

        What is most popular Hyundai Palisade color? ›

        Hyundai Palisade 2022 Best Color

        Hyundai Palisade Typhoon Silver is the most popular Hyundai Palisade color in Philippines.

        Does 2023 Hyundai Palisade have remote start? ›

        The 2023 Palisade also features improvements to Hyundai's Bluelink connectivity. The Gen 2.5 system in the new Palisade synchronizes settings for two drivers tied to Bluelink and digital key. It offers remote engine start capability that also pulls in climate control and seat settings.

        Does the 2023 Palisade have a panoramic sunroof? ›

        With freshened exterior and interior style cues along with more standard features, the 2023 Hyundai Palisade has value-oriented pricing to better serve its family role. The base is well-equipped, whereas high-end trims get luxuries such as a panoramic sunroof, quilted leather upholstery, and more.

        Does the 2023 Palisade calligraphy have heads up display? ›

        A head-up display, a 360-degree surround-view camera, a 12-speaker Harman Kardon audio system, and a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster are standard.

        What's the difference between a Hyundai Palisade Limited and a Hyundai Palisade calligraphy? ›

        What Features are Exclusive to Hyundai's Top Trim? On the exterior, the calligraphy trim adds a unique grille treatment, 20-inch wheels exclusive to the model, and silver skid plates front and rear. It also features LED lighting details not found on other editions of the Palisade or the Santa Fe.

        What's bigger a Telluride or Palisade? ›

        The Kia Telluride has more cargo space than the Palisade, so there is a slight difference there. With all seats down, you can enjoy up to 87 cubic feet of space with the Telluride. Even if you want to fill up your Telluride full of passengers, you can still get a nice 21 cubic feet of space behind the third-row seat.

        What is the difference between Palisade and Telluride MSRP? ›

        Here's the starting price of the midsize SUVs: 2023 Kia Telluride LX: $35,890 MSRP. 2023 Hyundai Palisade SE: $35,900 MSRP.

        How much is the Kia Telluride compared to the Palisade? ›

        The Telluride has a starting price of $34,345, just $250 below the Palisade's entry fee of $34,595. Each lineup has four trim levels, all of which offer all-wheel drive. That option costs $1,700 on Palisades and between $1,900 and $2,000 on Tellurides.

        How is the Palisade ride quality? ›

        The Palisade rides fairly smoothly, although it can feel a bit taut over rougher pavement, and body roll is well controlled for such a large vehicle.

        Does Hyundai Palisade require premium gas? ›

        The 2022 Hyundai Palisade is designed to take unleaded gasoline with an octane rating of 87 or higher. Hyundai cautions to avoid using gasoline containing more than 15% ethanol for the Palisade, so skip E15 and E85 at the pump. For more fuel recommendations, refer to your owner's manual. app.

        Is the Hyundai Palisade a reliable car? ›

        We expect the 2023 Palisade will have about average reliability when compared to the average new car. This prediction is based on data from 2020, 2021 and 2022 models.

        How much does it cost to fill up a Hyundai Palisade? ›

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        2022 Hyundai Palisade AWD
        Annual Fuel Cost*$2,500
        Cost to Drive 25 Miles$4.20
        Cost to Fill the Tank$66
        Tank Size18.8 gallons
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        Is Palisade fuel efficient? ›

        Combined fuel consumption is rated at 11.2 L/100 km.

        What's the best gas for Hyundai? ›

        Hyundai will provide you with specific instructions on what you should be putting into your car as far as gas is concerned. They're usually going to suggest that you put regular gas into it as opposed to premium or even midgrade gas.

        How many miles between oil changes on a Hyundai Palisade? ›

        Hyundai recommends getting your 2022 Hyundai Palisade oil & filter changed each 3,000-5,000 miles for conventional oil. Synthetic oil ordinarily should be changed each 7,500 - 10,000 miles. Keep in mind it's best to check your owner's manual and ask your dealer to find out the intervals that work best for your car.

        Does Hyundai Palisade have transmission problems? ›

        They're often easy to notice. 2022 Hyundai Palisade transmission problems can show up as shifting delays, jumping or grinding during acceleration, a feeling of shakiness, or whistling noises or a burning smell coming from beneath the hood.

        How long will Hyundais last? ›

        How Long Do Hyundais Last? As with other vehicles, the longevity of Hyundais varies depending on the level of care they receive over the years. On average, they have a life expectancy of 100,000 to 200,000 miles. However, a well-maintained Hyundai can easily exceed the 200,000-mile mark.

        How far can you drive a Hyundai when the gas light comes on? ›

        Generally speaking, you will be able to drive between 30 and 50 (0r more) miles even after the light comes on. Which means that even if the gas light comes on, it may not be time to panic yet. You do still have time.

        Does the Hyundai Palisade have hands free driving? ›

        That adaptive cruise control system pairs with a lane-centering assist system to power Highway Driving Assist 1, which is now standard for 2023. It gives you a semi-autonomous driver assistance system, but you must keep your hands on the steering wheel.

        How high does the palisade sit off the ground? ›

        The 2022 Hyundai Palisade measures 7.9 inches off the ground.

        Is the 2023 Hyundai Palisade coming out? ›

        Introducing the boldly restyled and substantially upgraded 2023 Palisade, which is set to launch locally in August 2022. 2023 Palisade brings updated exterior and interior design elements to Hyundai's flagship SUV, along with segment-leading safety additions, and extra tech and luxurious features.

        Will there be a 2023 Palisade? ›

        The exterior and interior have been freshened, and there is new convenience and safety technology. “The enhanced 2023 Hyundai Palisade offers the design appeal and features worthy of Hyundai's flagship SUV,” said Olabisi Boyle, vice president, product planning and mobility strategy, Hyundai Motor North America.

        Is Palisade bigger than Telluride? ›

        The Palisade is 196.7 inches long, while the Telluride is 196.9 inches long. The Palisade is 77.8 inches wide, and the Telluride is 78.3 inches wide. But the Telluride provides up to 178.1 cubic feet of passenger space while the Palisade only has 155.3 cubes.

        Is Palisade a luxury car? ›

        Once you factor in its significantly lower price tag versus comparably equipped luxury SUVs, the only real upscale attribute the Palisade Calligraphy doesn't offer is a luxury-brand badge on its grille.

        How big is the 2023 Hyundai Palisade? ›

        Does 2023 Palisade have wifi? ›

        The 2023 Hyundai Palisade is the first Hyundai model to launch In-Car Wi-Fi, which provides Hyundai vehicles fast, secure in-vehicle internet access.

        How many gallons does a 2023 Hyundai Palisade hold? ›

        The size of the Palisade's fuel tank is 18.8 gallons. With an EPA-estimated fuel economy rating of 26 mpg, front-wheel-drive models can travel about 485 miles on the highway.

        How long does remote start stay on Palisade? ›

        Your vehicle must be equipped with Push-Button Start AND Automatic Transmission or DCT (Dual-Clutch Transmission) to operate the Remote Start feature. The vehicle engine will idle for up to 10 minutes and automatically turn off if you do not enter the vehicle with the smart key fob.

        Does the Hyundai Palisade have power-folding side mirrors? ›

        No power-folding side mirrors.

        Which Palisade trim has massage seats? ›

        The 2023 Hyundai Palisade gets a styling refresh inside and out, along with a new XRT trim that adds a little attitude to the lineup. A Wi-Fi hotspot is new to the features list, as are a driver seat massage function and heated third-row seats.

        What is the difference between Palisade SEL and Limited? ›

        The Hyundai Palisade Limited has some features like power-folding third-row seats that the SEL does not. Both Palisade trims offer a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster. The U.S. News notes that the “elegant” Palisade has “one of the highest-quality interiors in the class.”


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