The upcoming 2020 Hyundai Palisade / Kia Telluride twins are due this summer. Visually beautiful The 2020 Palisade, should be as stunning as it is accommodating, but in truth it promises to be significantly impressive vehicle.
The spacious and classy Palisade is designed with plush seating for 8, technology that is on the high end of the scale, and safety advances for unparalleled peace of mind. Get the family ready. Palisade is sure to impress and it’s coming soon.
2020 Hyundai Palisade Pricing: Cheaper than the Kia Telluride?
As we wait patiently for Hyundai to release the Palisade this summer, the automaker has finally revealed pricing information for the new SUV. The base front-wheel-drive Palisade SE will start at $32,595 including delivery fees. That price point is $140 lower than the 2020 Kia Telluride LX, this vehicle’s platform sibling. It’s also competitive in the three-row SUV segment, slotting in just barely above the Honda Pilot which starts at $32,495, but below the Toyota Highlander ($32,775) and the Mazda CX-9 ($33,325). The Palisade is also less pricey than the new Subaru Ascent ($32,970), though it’s important to consider that the Subaru comes with all-wheel-drive as standard. It’s a $1,700 option on all Palisade models.
Front-wheel-drive versions of the Palisade SEL and Palisade Limited start at $34,545 and $45,745 respectively, but don’t fret if your wallet is a little thin to make the jump—the entry-level Palisade is a well-equipped vehicle. Even the humble Palisade SE boasts active safety features including forward collision avoidance, full-speed adaptive cruise control, and lane-keep assist. Also standard are the power folding second-row seats and an 8.0-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.
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Pricing details on the hotly anticipated three-row SUV As we wait patiently for LX, this vehicle’s platform sibling. It’s also competitive in the three-row SUV segment, slotting in just barely above the Hyundai to release the Honda Pilot which starts at $32,495, but below the Toyota Highlander ($32,775) and the Mazda CX-9 ($33,325).
2020 Hyundai Palisade crossover SUV priced from $32,595, undercuts Kia Telluride
The 2020 Hyundai Palisade is ready to battle for families across the U.S. The three-row crossover SUV will arrive on the frontlines with a $32,595 starting price, Hyundai said Tuesday.
That price includes a mandatory $1,045 destination charge. The automaker will keep trim levels fairly straightforward: SE, SEL, and Limited trims come standard with front-wheel drive and offer all-wheel drive for $1,700.
Surprisingly, the 2020 Palisade costs about $150 less than the 2020 Kia Telluride with which it shares its underpinnings, powertrains, and features. Adding all-wheel drive to the Telluride also costs $2,000, which increases the price disparity even more.
Moving to the Palisade SEL trim level bumps the price to $34,54. The fully loaded Palisade Limited model starts at $45,745.
Hyundai hasn’t provided details on options and standard equipment for each trim, but every Palisade will come standard with 16 cupholders, seven USB ports, and a second-row bench. The second-row bench seat can be swapped for captain’s chairs as well. A few options buyers will have available to them include a 10.3-inch touchscreen for infotainment, a head-up display, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, and a wireless smartphone charger. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are both standard as well.
For safety, Hyundai will equip every model with standard automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitors, adaptive cruise control, and active lane control.