Update: An in-depth review of the Hyundai Santa Fe 2019 has been published on Philkotse.com. Check out now!
Hyundai Philippines seems to bombard the Philippine crossover market with a series of noteworthy debuts consisting of the Kona and now the all-new Hyundai Santa Fe 2019 at the Manila International Auto Show - MIAS 2018.
There is an undeniable fact that the Santa Fe sits among the most popular products of the car manufacturer. To prove it, just visit metro roads to see that lots of vehicles are Santa Fes. This 4th-gen has finally made its debut in our country only 2 months after the global revelation.
The next-gen Santa Fe finally made its debut in our country only 2 months after its global revelation
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The 4th-gen Hyundai Santa Fe will be out showing many differences from the existing model. To begin with, it puts on a new look from the Nexo and the Kona with the stacked LED headlights. The composite lights will complement these slim lights. With the grille made Y-shaped. All of those give a bolder look to the front fascia.
The reverse lights come separate from the tail lights, but located right below the rear reflectors
The sides of the Hyundai Santa Fe 2019 feature intended lines to make it feel more dynamic while the flared look from the rear quarter panel provides a broader-looking stance. On each window, there’s a signature touch; especially, the third window features an upward kink. Speaking of the rear, the taillights get a unique shape while the tailgate is made deep-creased. Surprisingly, the reverse lights come separate from the tail lights, but located right below the rear reflectors.
Stepping inside, the cabin earns a wraparound design, purposefully made to create a cocoon around the front occupants. The floating infotainment screen is located at the middle of the dashboard under which the car maker sets air-conditioning vents and the climate control buttons. Additionally, the interior is made artistic with patterns and hexagonal shapes. The rear occupants are also offered with air-conditioning vents as well.
The cabin earns a wraparound design, purposefully made to create a cocoon around the front occupants
When it comes to the engine, the all-new Sante Fe uses Hyundai’s current 2.2-litre CRDI turbodiesel which may likely put out 200 PS. The SUV is expected to have a new eight-speed automatic. Though lots of specifications have come out, there will still be more details for us to wait for and who doesn’t love it?
The all-new Sante Fe uses Hyundai’s current 2.2-litre CRDI turbodiesel
Hyundai just disclosed that Hyundai Santa Fe 2019 price will be between P2.5M and P3M. The precise price will come later, just wait!
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Know more about Hyundai Santa Fe 2023
The 2023 Hyundai Santa Fe is a seven-seater midsize crossover. It assumes a front-engine, front-wheel drive layout. Locally, the new Santa Fe’s sole variant is the GLS 2.2R CRDi DCT, which is priced at Php 2,420,000.
Size-wise, the Philippine-spec Santa Fe is 4,785mm long, 1,900mm wide, and 1,710mm in height. It also has a wheelbase length of 2,765mm, and a ground clearance of 176mm.
Under the hood of the Hyundai Santa Fe is a 2.2-liter turbodiesel mill that can produce up to 200 horsepower and 440 Nm of torque. The said engine is then paired to a seven-speed automatic gearbox.
Locally, the Hyundai Santa Fe competes against the likes of the Chery Tiggo 8 Pro, Honda CR-V, Mazda CX-8, Jeep Cherokee, etc.
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