2024 Hyundai Palisade Review: Prices, Specs, and Photos

While there aren’t many build configurations for the 2024 Hyundai Palisade, this three-row crossover has decent standard fare, a good infotainment system with a big display, a great warranty, and offers strong value. It’s a 9 on the TCC scale. 

The base Palisade SE hits most of what we need, including a 12.3-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, adaptive cruise control, crash-avoidance features, and cloth upholstery. Figure $37,735, or $2,000 more with all-wheel drive. That’s not bad, though it’s worth noting that Hyundai wanted $1,200 less for the same basic vehicle last year. 

Augmenting the Palisade’s value is its 5-year/60,000-mile warranty, which includes 3 years of maintenance. 

Which Hyundai Palisade should I buy?

It’s worth spending up for the SEL, which tosses in synthetic leather trim, heated and power-adjustable seats up front, a hands-free power tailgate, a garage-door opener, insulated front-side windows, and a wireless device charger. Those features add a reasonable $2,700. You could toss in the Premium package for $4,950, which includes a sunroof, cooled front and second-row seats, heated second-row seats, a rear-seat intercom, Harman/Kardon audio, a surround-view camera system, blind-spot monitors, upgraded adaptive cruise control, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, and 20-inch alloy wheels. That’s a lot of cash, but it’s also a lot of features. 

It’s enough that we’d probably pass on the Limited that costs around $49,500 and only adds leather trim, power-folding third-row seats, head-up display, and an additional sunroof over the rear seats. 

How much is a fully loaded Hyundai Palisade?

The Calligraphy runs $51,435 for nappa leather seats, a microfiber headliner, a massaging driver’s seat, and a host of minor tweaks.