Early last month my wife and I went shopping for a 2021 Limited (after test driving a 2020 Limited at a different dealer in July). We figured it is fall now so why settle for one of the few available 2020s? The 2021s are bound to better. Then we saw one. My wife and I were aghast at what they did to it. Gone was the Limited's unique wheels. Gone was the soft leather on the interior doors. Gone was the alcantara roof lining. Something definitely inferior was substituted for each of those three things, in order make room for an even higher level Palisade--the Calligraphy. Now, only the Calligraphy has unique wheels, and they are badass, too. The alcantara and the door leather also went to the Calligraphy, and Hyundai added some unique touches to both the front and rear appearance. Fortunately, the first dealer we visited had both a 2021 Limited and 2021 Calligraphy (literally just backed off the trailer truck) on their lot. They pulled both vehicles out front for us to inspect. The Limited had the color combination we favored, but the way it was neutered was a shock. My wife thought the interior changes were ugly (remember, she had test-driven a 2020 Limited) and refused the 2021 Limited despite the prefer color combination and lower cost. We grabbed the Calligraphy instead and brought it home. I'm still puzzled by what Hyundai did to the Limited. Instead of neutering the Limited, I think they should have added more Luxury touches to the Calligraphy like power folding side view mirrors, power adjust steering column, and maybe 25 more horsepower to the giddyup and called it a day.