Santa Fe gains 8.5 ins. in length from smaller 2-row brother, now called "Santa Fe Sport."
Santa Fe interior uses matte plastics and other high-quality materials. Note cross-hatch pattern on beige plastic on dash.
Character lines on doors meet up perfectly with those on instrument panel.
With 3rd row up, Santa Fe has one of smallest cargo areas among competitors. Straps on back of seats make them easy to fold flat.
With second and third rows folded Santa Fe more or less has a large flat cargo area.
Santa Fe uses 3.3L direct-injected V-6 from Hyundai's Azera large sedan. However, vehicle is less fuel efficient than Nissan's Pathfinder, with 3.5L multi-port injected V-6.
Panoramic sunroof available as part of $2,900 Technology package on Santa Fe's Limited trim.
Santa Fe available in 6-passenger (shown) or 7-passenger configuration. Six-passenger Santa Fe gets highest trim level designation, Limited.
CUV's center stack ergonomically perfect, with large buttons and knobs within easy reach of driver.
Santa Fe exterior reminiscent of most large CUVs, with forward raked C-pillars and rounded corners.
Hyundai's new Santa Fe targets families with three rows of seating. The large CUV's strength is its nice interior, with plentiful examples of attention to detail.
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