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2022 Hyundai Palisade (Facelift)
Australasia's independent voice on vehicle safety, ANCAP SAFETY, has today announced an improved safety rating of five stars for updated Hyundai Palisade models. The five star rating has been awarded to all petrol and diesel Palisade models manufactured from May 2022 and available for purchase in Australia from August 2022. Palisade models* manufactured prior to this hold a four star rating.
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Date Published: 3 August 2022
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Australasia's independent voice on vehicle safety, ANCAP SAFETY, has today announced an improved safety rating of five stars for updated Hyundai Palisade models. The five star rating has been awarded to all petrol and diesel Palisade models manufactured from May 2022 and available for purchase in Australia from August 2022. Palisade models* manufactured prior to this hold a four star rating.

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