Named after the historical city of Santa Fe in Mexico, this all-around vehicle was launched in 2001 as the company’s first SUV. At that time, it joined the league headed by the Ford Escape. The Hyundai Santa Fe became the Korean automobile company’s bestseller, especially in the United States.
Its second-generation release garnered admiration worldwide and was the “top pick” in the 2008 Consumer Reports. In 2012, the third-generation model was unveiled and offered two variants, a regular and extended version.
The fourth-generation was introduced in South Korea and Geneva in 2018. In the same year, this highly acclaimed automobile was presented at the Manila International Auto Show. In June 2019, a refreshed variant was released locally.
Its front flaunts a meticulously designed black and chrome cascading grille that represents the Korean company’s family identity. It is accompanied by a pair of slender LED headlamps with a dynamic bending function and daytime running lights.
Its robust body, measuring 4,770mm long, 1,890mm wide, and 1,680mm tall is designed with character lines and nice curves that aid the vehicle’s aerodynamic capability.
The top is installed with a modern-looking roof rail that upgrades its overall athletic appeal. The rear features a pair of contemporary LED combination lamps. Supporting this SUV is a set of durable 19-inch alloy wheels.
Everything is premium inside its spacious interior. Drivers are guaranteed to enjoy the adjustable leather seats with lumbar support and the 7-inch legible instrument cluster in the top variant.
Seven fully grown adults can fit inside the 2020 Hyundai Santa Fe. The middle seats are configured into 60/40 while the rear is arranged into 50/50. Comfort is guaranteed as the cabin offers an automatic temperature control system with cluster ion. The higher variant is affixed with a rear air conditioning control while standard comes with vents.
Providing entertainment inside is a seven-inch touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. It can be connected through USB, AUX, and Bluetooth. Sounds are released through four speakers and two tweeters.
In terms of safety, this efficient automobile is equipped with SRS airbags. The top of the line variant is installed with added curtain and side airbags. Standard on all is the child safety lock, anti-lock braking system, and keyless entry.
The front-wheel-drive automobile is fitted with a McPherson Strut suspension at the rear and multi-link at the back. Braking power comes from a ventilated disc at the front and a solid disc at the rear.
It runs using a 2.2-liter CRDi e-VGT engine guaranteed to produce a maximum horsepower of 197 and a torque of 441 Nm. It is paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission.
Automatic | Diesel | 7 seats
Automatic | Diesel | 7 seats
When it comes to the price, a brand new Hyundai Santa Fe could cost you ₱ 2,538,000 for the top-of-the-line Hyundai Santa Fe GLS 2.2 CRDi FWD AT (High) or at least ₱ 2,158,000 for the entry-level Hyundai Santa Fe GLS 2.2 CRDi FWD AT (Mid). Still too pricey? Philkotse.com also offers a wide range of second hand Santa Fe cars for sale by either private sellers or car dealers across the country.
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Car price: Negotiable price
Car price: ₱2,338,000