SE Front-wheel Drive Passenger Van
2007 Hyundai Entourage

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Engine Engine 3.8LV-6
MPG MPG 18 City / 25 Hwy
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2007 Entourage Overview

The all-new 2007 Hyundai Entourage is the Korean automaker's first minivan.Compared with the Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna, the Entourage offers attractive pricing and a load of safety equipment, elements that should appeal to anyone with common sense.

Its safety equipment includes established life-savers such as electronic stability control (skid control) and air curtains to cover the side windows and offer head protection in a side-impact crash.The Entourage has also gotten the top minivan rating for crash protection from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety which conducted frontal, side and rear-impact crash tests.

But what minivans are all about is practicality and the Entourage offers that.There is just enough room for six in pleasant yet functional surroundings.Seven would really be a squeeze unless the kids are small.

The ride is comfortable and yet the Entourage has no barge-like tendencies when it comes to handling.It has a five-speed automatic transmission to help get the best fuel economy and performance out of its V6 engine.

Another attractive feature is Hyundai's long warranty.The bumper-to-bumper coverage is five years or 60,000 miles while the powertrain is covered for 10 years or 100,000 miles.That's more than either Honda or Toyota, but those Japanese automakers have a superior track record when it comes to reliability.

Some independent studies have shown Hyundai's quality has improved considerably although on a long-term basis it does not yet match Honda or Toyota.But attractive features, performance and pricing make the Entourage worth a serious look.
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2007 Entourage Overview

The all-new 2007 Hyundai Entourage is the Korean automaker's first minivan.Compared with the Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna, the Entourage offers attractive pricing and a load of safety equipment, elements that should appeal to anyone with common sense.

Its safety equipment includes established life-savers such as electronic stability control (skid control) and air curtains to cover the side windows and offer head protection in a side-impact crash.The Entourage has also gotten the top minivan rating for crash protection from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety which conducted frontal, side and rear-impact crash tests.

But what minivans are all about is practicality and the Entourage offers that.There is just enough room for six in pleasant yet functional surroundings.Seven would really be a squeeze unless the kids are small.

The ride is comfortable and yet the Entourage has no barge-like tendencies when it comes to handling.It has a five-speed automatic transmission to help get the best fuel economy and performance out of its V6 engine.

Another attractive feature is Hyundai's long warranty.The bumper-to-bumper coverage is five years or 60,000 miles while the powertrain is covered for 10 years or 100,000 miles.That's more than either Honda or Toyota, but those Japanese automakers have a superior track record when it comes to reliability.

Some independent studies have shown Hyundai's quality has improved considerably although on a long-term basis it does not yet match Honda or Toyota.But attractive features, performance and pricing make the Entourage worth a serious look.Hide Full Review