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2020 Hyundai Palisade
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2020 Hyundai Palisade Pricing and Specs

Price Guide

The Hyundai Palisade 2020 prices range from $58,500 for the basic trim level SUV Palisade (8 Seat) to $85,990 for the top of the range SUV Palisade Highlander (7 Seat).

The Hyundai Palisade 2020 is available in Diesel and Regular Unleaded Petrol. Engine sizes and transmissions vary from the SUV 3.8L 8 SP Automatic to the SUV 2.2L 8 SP Automatic.

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Hyundai Palisade Models SPECS PRICE
(8 Seat) 2.2LDiesel8 speed automatic No recent listings
(8 Seat) 3.8LRegular Unleaded Petrol8 speed automatic No recent listings
Highlander (7 Seat) 2.2LDiesel8 speed automatic No recent listings
Highlander (7 Seat) 3.8LRegular Unleaded Petrol8 speed automatic No recent listings
Highlander (8 Seat) 2.2LDiesel8 speed automatic No recent listings
Highlander (8 Seat) 3.8LRegular Unleaded Petrol8 speed automatic No recent listings

Hyundai Palisade 2020 FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Hyundai here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Hyundai hasn't told me when my 2018 Santa Fe will be fixed and returned, what can I do?

    It sounds to me as though you’ve only talked – at this stage – to your Hyundai dealership. I’d be taking the time to contact Hyundai Australia’s customer service division and asking for a firm timetable of when the work will be carried out and when you can expect to be driving your own car again. There’s always the ACCC to talk to if you don’t get a satisfactory answer, but give Hyundai Australia the chance to make things right. Hyundai is a brand that is very serious about its reputation and sometimes enquiries at dealership level don’t always get straight through to head office.

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  • Which mid-size, diesel SUV should I buy?

    Mazda’s SUV range (CX-5 and CX-8) are popular with their owners and have a good reputation in the trade. Crucially, they’re also available with a turbo-diesel engine, so they fit your criteria on that basis. We’d also suggest you take a good look at the South Korean brands’ offerings (Hyundai and Kia) as these are also highly rated by the trade and those companies have been involved with small-capacity diesel engines for decades, so the technology is pretty well sorted.

    It’s interesting that you’ve had a good run from your Holden Captiva as that is far from the experience of many owners and former owners of this particular vehicle. As the Captiva ages it is very likely to start giving trouble, so the best advice is to trade up to a newer vehicle sooner rather than later.

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  • Why is it hard to star my Hyundai i30?

    The hard starting and loss of power sound to me like a problem with the fuel pick-up or the fuel pump. In your Hyundai, the fuel filter is part of the pump assembly and lives in the actual fuel tank. Replacing the filter involves removing the pump from the tank, changing the filter and then replacing the whole assembly into the tank. If a hose has been crimped or an air leak introduced into this system, the pump may not be able to supply the engine with all the fuel it needs. A cold start-up is when an engine will suffer from this leak, while tight turns on a roundabout could be enough to starve the engine of fuel if the pick-up (the hose that dips into the petrol in the tank) isn’t in the right position inside the tank. The fact that these problems started when the car received a new fuel filter is a pretty good clue that something was not quite right when the car was put back together. I’d be going back to the workshop that fitted the filter, explaining the problem and giving the shop the opportunity to put things right.

    The noise in your steering system is almost certainly due to a well known problem with these cars. The electrically-assisted steering system in your car uses a rubber coupling which can deteriorate over time. When this happens, a click or clunk can be heard. The solution is to have the rubber coupling replaced. Because the problem didn’t cause steering failure, Hyundai didn’t issue a recall for this, but a batch of earlier i30s (some cars built in 2007 and 2008) did have a steering coupling that could fail completely, leading to a loss of steering., These were recalled by Hyundai as part of a safety recall back in 2014.

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