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2011 Hyundai Veracruz Limited Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour

In this video I give a full in depth tour of the 2011 Hyundai Veracruz Limited. I take viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of this suv while showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique styling cues to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details of it, start it up and see how it sounds under acceleration. A thorough tour/review of this suv designed to give others a greater overall appreciation of the vehicle.

What happened to VERACRUZ, MEXICO?!?

Our 1st time in Veracruz, Mexico! After a week in Puerto de Veracruz, we're thinking, WHAT THE HECK happened here?
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During our time in Veracruz City, we enjoyed some time at the beach, visited Boca del Rio (a suburb of Heroica Veracruz), went to the Veracruz Aquarium, chased crabs, spent some time on the Veracruz Malecon, and explored a bit of what this port city has to offer.

We were thoroughly surprised by many aspects of the city, including some absolutely mouthwatering food local to Veracruz: consomé, picadas, and platano relleno. With how little tourism there is in Veracruz, Veracruz the question we're asking is, "what happened to this place?" It seems like a once thriving beach city is now practically a ghost town by comparison. Still, the largest and oldest port in Mexico remains incredibly active. We saw huge ships coming into the city continuously throughout our time here.

What do you think of Veracruz? Share your thoughts in the comments.

1. Wear shoes on the beach. We saw lots of glass on every beach we visited throughout Veracruz City.
2. Budget for your trip. We found Puerto de Veracruz to be much more expensive than other Mexican cities.
3. Expect to drive to your destinations in Veracruz City. Some areas are more walkable than others, but most places will be a 10-20 minute drive away. At the time of creating this video, Uber was not available in the area. There are lots of cabs in the area and also public buses.
4. You might need to cook at home. There are no shortage of seafood restaurants in Veracruz, but we found the number of restaurants overall to be much lower than in some cities.
5. When looking for a place to stay in Veracruz, Veracruz you'll probably want to find one with air conditioning. During our time here, it was 80+ degrees during the day with high humidity.

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► 2012 Hyundai Veracruz

The Veracruz, Hyundai's flagship crossover prepares for the 2012 model year with a more imposing grille and new 18-inch hypersilver wheels adding to the sleek and modern styling. The seven-seat Veracruz also gets standard heated second row rear seats on the Limited trim and a new available Alpine navigation system. Meticulous attention to detail and an exceptionally high level of standard luxury, convenience and safety equipment all underpin Hyundai's commitment to exceeding the expectations of demanding crossover shoppers.\r
On the street, Veracruz offers capable, fuel-efficient performance courtesy of a modern 3.8-liter DOHC V6 engine. It delivers an estimated 260 horsepower and 257 lb-ft. of torque. To maximize torque across the rev range, the engine utilizes Continuously Variable Valve Timing (CVVT) on the intake valves and a Variable Intake System which helps cylinders breathe efficiently at both low and high rpm. The engine has an aluminum block and cylinder heads for light weight and thermal efficiency, and features a steel timing chain with no scheduled maintenance.\r
Hyundai offers an Intelligent Torque Controlled Coupling All Wheel Drive (AWD) system to propel Veracruz through the elements. Using wheel speed sensors to monitor the road and the driver, this electronic system can sense when and where more torque is required. Power is transmitted to the rear wheels through a multi-plate clutch without any extra effort from the driver. An AWD lock mode can be engaged with the touch of a button, providing a 50:50 torque ratio when needed at low speeds.




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