It does not. This was one of the first things I noticed when I test drove it. It seems like a very strange omission. I expect none of the people test driving them and writing articles noticed because they never have to put their sunglasses away.Does the "Conversation mirror" have a place to put my sunglasses like on my other cars?
That's a pretty lame response from Hyundai. Telluride has both and am leaning towards purchasing that!No sunglasses holder and no folding power mirrors...I wrote Hyundai about it and they gave some lame excuse about trying to please everyone....in a top level trim these items are basic conveniences and have been in every top level trim auto I have owned.
"We are sometimes unable to produce an automobile with the features and materials that will satisfy or appeal to all of our customers."