Hyundai hasn't released 2020 Hyundai Palisade pricing but at this stage in the Palisades timeline a lot of all but confirmed figures are out.
To start we know it'll be north of the Santa Fe XL, currently from $30,850. There's also the Kia Telluride it shares a platform with, officially priced from $32,735 and just about every model the Palisade competes with gets closer to $30,000 mark.
As you can guess this means the Palisade will start within the lower $30,000 range like its rivals: VW Atlas from $30,895, Honda Pilot from $31,450, Subaru Ascent from $31,995 and Toyota Highlander from $31,530. Since
Hyundai always prices its vehicle within a few hundred dollars of its closest rivals, for more precise price point it might mean the high $30,000 to low $31,000 but not any higher or lower. A destination charge of $1,045 will also be added.
Options will be available and vary by your choice of the 5 available trims from launch (SE, SEL, SEL Plus, Limited and Ultimate). These options being: Blind View Monitor, Surround View Monitor, 10.25-inch Touchscreen Navigation System, Nappa Leather Seating Finishes, Seatbelt Reminder, Hands-Free Tailgate and many more we'll discover later this year. In its highest configuration the Palisade should top out near the low-to-high $40,000 range. Fortunately the Palisade will offer great value even in its base SE and SEL trims as seen with the base versions of the currently available Telluride.
Once the Palisade launches this summer, it will replace the Santa Fe XL, so if you need a capable and attractive 8-seater from Hyundai, this is your only option. Fortunately this successor offers more for nearly the same affordable price point we're used to.