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Spacious in the front two rows, the 2011 Hyundai Veracruz loses a bit of room in back due to its sloping roofline.
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interior was top notch with soft touch surfaces and well located controls

There's minimal road noise or engine noise, and the exhaust is as mute as Harpo.
Car and Driver

the leather and vinyl on the seats didn't quite color-match
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The 2011 Hyundai Veracruz can seat up to seven in three rows, but it loses out to some three-row competitors as it loses space to its curvy silhouette.

The first two rows of seats in the Veracruz offer up ample leg and head room. The seats can feel rather flat, though even moving the front buckets back to the end of their seat travel still left rear-seat leg room for adults.

It's a large vehicle, but the Veracruz loses space efficiency at the third row and beyond. The back seat isn't an option for many adults; kids will be just fine back there, but leg room isn't that plentiful, and entry and exit can be difficult.

The cargo area makes the biggest sacrifices to the sloped hatch. It's just about 13.4 cubic feet behind the third-row seat. If all but the front seats are folded down, though, the Veracruz will hold up to 86.8 cubic feet of stuff, nearly as much as a Flex or a Mercedes-Benz GL-Class.



Spacious in the front two rows, the 2011 Hyundai Veracruz loses a bit of room in back due to its sloping roofline.

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