Some people are buying the Palisade because of that new gear system in all Hyundai models. Just a matter of personal preference. The instrument cluster is 12.5 inches in PalisadeDon't forget the wonky push button shift system. That and the look is a non-starter for me. Otherwise I'd have gone Palisade vs. waiting. But I guess that's prob. why there isn't as bad of a wait for the Palisade vs. the Telluride. I could walk into a dealer today and grab just about whatever Palisade I wanted. I see them stacked up there at one by my house. I hear to order one to your specifications can take a while though since someone told me they boat them over. But I would imagine you could dealer locate one and find what you want that way.
We get remote engine start here in UAE.Just curious - after 1 year Telluride owners have to pay to continue the UVO subscription? We got 3 years of Bluelink which includes Connected Care, Remote Start and Guidence services with our Palisade. List price is $700 for all three services for three years. Not a reason to justify a Palisade over a Telluride but a nice perk.
GM designed a brilliant car and nailed the shift buttons. I think I saw the Explorer with a bank of identical rectangle buttons. Some pushed and some pulled, not a better idea, in fact, rather boneheaded.The new Corvette has a push button shifter, but I believe to put it into drive you lift the Drive button up instead of pushing it.
This makes sense to me. In order to get an innate feel for a push button shifter, the buttons can’t all look and feel exactly the same.
What about "downhill brake control" on the Telly? Is that not the same as DDC? It's not a rhetorical question. I don't have a clue as I await mine for the next several months.