The Azera achieves pretty impressive EPA ratings--of 20 mpg city, 29 highway, for a Combined figure of 23 mpg. And there's no need to worry about premium fuel.
That's right on par with other V-6 models its size, or perhaps a bit better.
As with other Hyundai models, an Active Eco button smooths out accelerator inputs, changes transmission shifts, and runs accessories more conservatively, saving seven percent in real-world fuel economy, according to Hyundai.
However there's still no hybrid version, which both the Lexus ES and Toyota Avalon both offer, for ratings of up to 40 mpg. And even the Buick LaCrosse comes with an eAssist mild-hybrid system that achieves a highway rating of 37 mpg.