2014 Hyundai Santa Fe available in a well-equipped GLS trim level or as a range-topping Limited. Our tester featured a three-toned interior with leather, soft touch materials and titanium-colored plastic that showed a look of quality that we have become used to from the brand. First and second-row seats offer heating controls and outboard seat reclining functions. A fully functional steering wheel was complete with all the redundancies, while traction control, heated steering wheel and center differential lock buttons were located on the lower left dashboard.
Release Date and Price
Meanwhile some rumors told that 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe release date will be in late this year. You can get in touch with certified traders of the Hyundai to discover out more about the 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe price. There is no purpose why you should be eventually missed when it comes to the high-class and relaxation that comes with Hyundai vehicles. This car is made in a way that they will provide you even more than you predicted. We promise that we will update soon after Hyundai announces 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe release date.
Under the hood we find a 3.3L V6 with gasoline direct injection motor delivering 290hp and 252 lb/ft of torque. It is the only crossover in its segment with direct injection. Pricing has not been announced but we expect to hear from Hyundai in early 2013 before the vehicle arrives at showrooms across the country. No fuel economy estimates were available in their press release but with their fuel economy reimbursement program in full swing perhaps they want to double and triple check their numbers before they publish them.
Given the Veracruz’s largely forgotten-by-the-market status, this shouldn’t be hard. In addition to the familiar nameplate, the 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe has distinctive style going for it. The hexagonal grille is a Hyundai family thing. Both Santa Fe models were designed together, and they’re the same from the B-pillar forward. The difference is evident in the Santa Fe’s longer greenhouse and roofline. The long flat roof improves rear seat headroom, and an available panoramic sunroof lets the light into the generous cabin. A rounded tail reduces the Santa Fe’s boxy rear aspect, and a dual exhaust somewhat dresses up the rear.
There’s a handsome cabin to match the exterior. Hyundai’s flowing dash and interior panels create a modern and attractive environment, and the Santa Fe’s range of four interior colors and nine exterior hues gives it a measure of available personalization that’s unusual in a family vehicle. The longer wheelbase translates to an additional 38.6 cubic feet of interior room. The Santa Fe GLS seats seven, and the Limited has second-row captain’s chairs for a total of six passengers. The third row seat has decent legroom, and the second-row seats slide to ease ingress. The seats also fold flat, opening up more than 40 cubic feet of space behind the second row. Both the second- and third-row seats can be folded from the back of the car. With an eye toward the many children the 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe might carry, the cloth seats are stain-resistant.
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