2011 Hyundai Santa Fe User Reviews
GLS 2.4 Manual FWD shown
- $15,216 - $21,998
- No trim specified for this review
- Solid platform, good handling, good MPG, quiet
- Driver's seat needs more lumbar support
Purchased As New
I love this SUV. I had an Xterra and was concerned that the Santa Fe did not have enough off-road capability. Right after we bought it, we took a 2200 mi. tour of the Southwest, including the Shafer Trail in Canyonlands N.P. No problems, good AWD with rear diff lockup. The 4cyl with the 6 speed auto is a beautiful combo. We cruised at 75 mph in 6th gear for the long distances out west and got 26-27 MPG and a quiet ride.
Alas, with all the time behind the wheel, my back hurt and I needed to install additional lumbar support.
We compared the Santa Fe with the Forrester and the Escape. Both cost more and got lower MPG. The Forrester was a lot more expensive because they are made in Japan and the supply was very limited. The Santa Fe looks better than either.
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