I bought a used Azera off the dealership floor with 3,000 miles on it. Right away, the car performed like a rear wheel drive in the snow and ice, slipping all over the place and barely getting any traction when starting from a full stop. The traction warning light would also often go on when starting from a full stop in wet and sometimes even dry roads. I just took the car in because the low tire pressure warning light had gone on twice in a matter of weeks, so took it to a different Hyundai dealer suspecting a slow leak (car now has 18,000 miles). I was told the front tires were completely bald. Now that the tires have been replaced, the car performs properly in the snow, just as a front wheel drive car should. I suspect that the dealer switched the tires that were on the car with old ones before I took possession. Also, none of the wheels had wheel caps (my bad for not noticing), but they did at least make that right. Finally, they only gave me only one key. I would never buy another car from this dealership.