What We Drove
Why We Drove It
Fun to Drive
2nd Opinion – Perry
Hyundai Entourage – Ron Perry’s Opinion:
I must say that I did walk away somewhat impressed with the 2007 Hyundai Entourage. There are things like the flip down convex mirror that allow you to view and watch rear passengers, a driver’s personal sunglass holder, multiple cup holders, an individual fan control for rear seat passengers and storage compartments that give even the base Entourage a more upscale feel. Hyundai is to be congratulated for giving the Entourage power, step on the gas and Entourage quickly snaps to attention. A couple items I didn’t care for were the light feel of the steering, the loud fan that cools the rear passengers and the tight entry of the third row seats. Fine-tune these items and you have a great ride for not a lot of money.
2nd Opinion – Wardlaw
Hyundai Entourage – Christian Wardlaw’s Opinion:
Before I explain why I wouldn’t buy a 2007 Hyundai Entourage GLS, let me advise you, dear researcher, that if a minivan is an unavoidable consequence of your lifestyle, get thee to a Hyundai dealer and test drive the incredible value that is the Entourage. Now, you might ask how I can recommend this minivan when I wouldn’t buy one. The answer is simple. I detested the driver’s seat. I’ve got long legs and I like to sit up nice and high. In the Entourage GLS, I sat down low to give my cramped, splayed legs as much thigh support as possible. Otherwise, the Entourage is competitive with the best in the class, and a raging value. It’s safe, powerful, good looking, roomy, functional – all the things minivan buyers want in a minivan.
Photos courtesy of Ron Perry