In early February, the next-gen Hyundai Santa Fe 2019 has been officially revealed with is new glossy sheetmetal. And now, Hyundai has disclosed further information (particularly for the the US marketplace) together with more pictures of the car’s rear end.
At first glance, the South Korean-market Santa Fe does not seem to be too different from its global version. In detail, the car also comes adorned with the same stacked head lamp design which was first equipped for the B-segment fighter Kona. The side profile is also brought to light, showing a longer and more defined body featuring character lines on its doors and fenders.
The car comes adorned with a stacked headlight design
Moving on to the rear, the Hyundai SUV attracts our eyes with a set of uniquely-redesgined tail lamps which is further highlighted by deep creases on the tailgate. Meanwhile, reverse lights are now arranged separately from the tail lamps, merged to the rear reflectors. The rear spoiler and faux rear skid plates are also included in the package.
The all-new Hyundai Santa Fe 2019 boasts a length of 4,770 mm which is 71 mm (equal to almost 3 inches) larger than the current model. With this bump in the car’s body, the Korean car manufacturer announces that the cabin and cargo space will be also accordingly widened. This is such good news for those who have always wished for a roomier Santa Fe. And the bigger Santa Fe XL will hit the market soon, at least in the US.
The all-new Santa Fe boasts a length of 4,770 mm which is 71 mm (equal to almost 3 inches) larger than the current model
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When it comes to the cabin, both international and Korean versions get the same look. All come equipped with a common design, except for that the international version will get an additional Krell sound system for the high-end models. The new car has also received a 2.0 BlueLink infotainment system which helps car owners inspect the maintenance reminders, security system, vehicle status and adjust car functions through smartphone connection. The system is also considered as a concierge service for drivers as it can give them suggestions of main places and hot spots to visit.
When it comes to the cabin, both international and Korean variant get the same look
The new car has also received a 2.0 BlueLink infotainment system
The all-new Hyundai Santa Fe 2019 safety features are also considerably improved. The 7-seater comes loaded with features for driver support including:
For top-of-the-line model, the kit will be added with:
It is worth noting that the 2019 Santa Fe will be armed with the Rear Seat Passenger Alert to alert people not to leave kids or pets inside the vehicle.
Speaking of the engines, the next-gen Santa Fe is available with a 2.4 L 4-cylinder inline GDI engine producing 183 hp and a stronger 2.0 L turbocharged 4-cylinder one cranking out 229 hp. In South Korean and some selected markets, the base variant will be powered by a 2.0 L turbo-diesel CRDi engine and a more powerful 2.2 L CRDi mill with 197 hp.
According to latest news, the bigger Santa Fe XL will hit the market soon, at least in the US
Especially, the Hyundai Santa Fe 2019 version will make a great difference in its transmission over most 8-speed automatic models on the market: the Santa Fe's gearbox is built by Hyundai itself. At the moment, options for manual gearboxs are not available.
No words on the 2019 model's pric yet. While waiting for further details to be announced, let's take a look at our table of the latest Hyundai Santa Fe 2018 price in the Philippines:
|Model||2017 SRP||2018 SRP||Difference|
|Hyundai Santa Fe 2.2 CRDi GLS 4x2 AT||₱1,748,000||₱1,840,000||₱92,000|
|Hyundai Grand Santa Fe 2.2 CRDi GLS 4x4 AT||₱2,533,000||₱2,543,000||₱10,000|