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A large, rear-wheel, luxury sedan powered by a 385-horsepower V8 engine, the Equus represents Hyundai's bold challenge to expensive cars built by American, Japanese and German carmakers. The Equus' sleek design reduces drag, helping it get almost 24 m.p.g. on the highway. The car comes with an elaborate electronic package, including an entertainment system with 17 speakers for anything from an iPod to HD radio to compact discs, a high-definition navigation system, a lane-departure warning system and electronic vehicle-stability management. It is equipped with nine airbags and a rear seat befitting a limousine and comes with Hyundai's standard 10-year warranty. Starting price is $57,700.
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