2015 Hyundai Santa Fe

Up to 18 MPG city / 25 MPG hwy
$30,150 - $36,000

With a big purposeful looking grill stretching wide across the face into the headlights that sweep back into a hard character line down the length of the profile finishing at an elegant window profile swinging up from the C-pillar, perhaps Hyundai's best use of their new "Fluidic Sculpture" design comes on the new Hyundai Santa Fe Sport. In the impossibly competitive, constantly growing CUV segment, Hyundai makes a good case with a 2.4-liter 190 horsepower engine, or more befitting to the muscular exterior, the 2.0-liter Turbocharged engine good for 264 horsepower. While neither configuration will effortlessly sprint through the Rubicon Trail, the Active Cornering Control All-Wheel-Drive (ACC AWD) that works in conjunction with the Vehicle Stability Management System to control engine torque and braking will get you to the mall confidently in the rain or even a bit of snow. More ambitious adventurers will also benefit from the standard Downhill Brake Control (DBC), which uses various sensors to automatically maintain control on steep declines without any use of the brake by the driver. With all these handy features, the new Santa Fe also manages to squeeze in more second row legroom than the full-size Chevy Traverse. See more... See Less

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Reviews and Ratings
Overall Rating
Pros Cons
Ride smoothness and vehicle handling Gas mileage should be improved
Comfortable ride on long distances Brightness of display - too bright even on lowest setting
Gas mileage: better than jeep was. Some of the control buttons, like the fog light switch, are in a difficult place to see.
Vehicle interior - nice look & feel Beige seats in suv show dirt; i dislike a lot.
Interior - very classy. similar to much more expensive cars Hard to grip rear hatch from inside to lower.
Safety windows, steering, hands free device Manual adjsutment on passenger seat - should be power
Very smooth ride around town and highway Visibility: head rests in back block make backing difficult
The awd is great in bad weather & snow Need an easy to reach compartment for change / coins
10 year / 100,000 mile warranty is the best Not insulated at all. you feel all the bumps in the road
Sunroof - because i love it & its ease of use Vehicle is noisy - you hear the outside very very bad for $ 32,000