What is it?
The Hyundai Santa Fe is a mid-sized SUV that has a third-row option, able to seat as many as seven passengers, offered in five trim levels.
Why do we like it?
Value. It’s that simple. You’ll be hard pressed to find a competitor that comes with all the same features as standard for less.
Let’s start at the bottom. What do I get?
The base trim level gets you 18” alloy wheels, LED daytime running lights, roof rack and rails, privacy glass in the rear, vanity rear spoiler, two-zone climate control, 40/20/40 splitting/folding/sliding rear seating, powered front seating, tilting and telescoping steering wheel, parking camera, 7” touchscreen console with the Blue Link system, Bluetooth/iPod/USB/smartphone integration and six-speaker audio system.
I got a little extra cash to spend. What other options are available?
Options and upper trim levels can add additional features that include integrated turn signals, LED tail lamps, LED accent lights, remote entry/start, powered lift gate, collision mitigation system, larger wheels, parking camera, panoramic sunroof, remote entry/start, heated front seating, heated/powered side mirrors, upgraded Infinity sound system, parking sensors (rear), LED fog lamps, GPS and more.
Sounds good! But what is under the hood?
The Santa Fe is outfitted with a 3.3-liter V6 engine that’s rated at 290 horsepower and 252 pound-feet of torque.
Okay, how much?
Visit NADAguides.com for pricing info and to build out the vehicle to your preference.