Overall, the Equus is a solid,
Kelly Blue BookThe 2014 Hyundai Equus has the style, performance, luxury and features to bring its value pitch to the flagship-sedan categoryCaranddriver.comThe Equus’s standard 5.0-liter Tau V-8 delivers a meaty 429 horsepower and 376 lb-ft of torque to the big Hyundai’s rear wheels. It is hitched up to an eight-speed automatic transmission with a manual shift mode.Autoblog.com In all honesty, even the decked-out Equus feels like a crazy bargain in a segment whose floor is otherwise right around the $72k Lexus asks for the basic LS460.AutoTraderUndoubtedly an impressive achievement. Imagine a V8-powered, rear-wheel-drive, luxury-lined sedan that undercuts most rivals by tens of thousands. AutoWeekOverall, the Equus is a solid, full-size luxury sedan with plenty of features and power. There is a lot of bang for your buck here compared to the more expensive German brands and other competitors.