For 2017, the award-winning Hyundai Santa Fe lineup continues to improve dramatically. Just to name but a few of the few improvements, buyers should expect additional safety, convenience, infotainment, and a new Drive Mode selection with the Normal, Sport, and Eco settings. And due to the increased demand of the midsize SUV, Hyundai will be moving its production to Montgomery, Alabama production plant, alongside the Elantra and Sonata. MSRP pricing and its release date are covered below. So, keep reading.
The 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe is one vehicle that gives its customers plenty of value for the money. You can be surprised how far that dollar you spend on it can actually go. Just like the immediate model it is replacing, the new model scores big in terms of offering the best-in-class warranty, comfort, style, and power. All these elements combine to offer buyers the best return for their spent money.
Let’s be real for a while folks, with features such as a generous warranty coverage, intuitive technology interfaces, tons of standard features, brisk acceleration, and a well-appointed cabin, what more could one ever want! While that may be an overstatement especially considering the availability of other well-rounded options in the market, the fact remains – the 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe and Santa Fe Sport have so many features that warrant its recommendation even measured against better known crossovers like the Mazda CX-9, Chevrolet Traverse, Toyota Highlander, and the Honda Pilot.
New features available for the 2017 year model include LED daytime running lights, refreshed front and rear styling, and a USB charging port for the 3rd row bench. Safety wise, new features include forward collision mitigation, automatic emergency braking, a 360-degree parking camera, lane-departure warning, and an adaptive cruise control.
See, in the seven-passenger crossover segment, two facts are irrefutable: there are the popular options such as the Honda pilot, Toyota Highlander, etc. then there’re the little known brands, the best example being the model under review. The Hyundai Santa Fe lacks the name recognition that other brands enjoy. But the lack of it shouldn’t be an obvious reason to dismiss it – as we usually do – in fact, it scores better than even those crossover SUVs you think stand out the best.
Some of the appealing features that make the new Santa Fe especially alluring include a dual-zone automatic climate control, a rearview camera, bright LED daytime running lights, satellite radio, and alloy wheels. These features would normally be available as options on other models, however, the new model offers them as standard accessories.
2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Release Date & Price
Hyundai has offered the 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe pricing info as follows: SE – $32,550, Limited – $36,700, Ultimate – $40,450, and Limited Ultimate SUV – $41,150. Its release date has been set for early 2017. You can place an order as soon as you read this review.
2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Exterior
The exterior is beautifully crafted. Some of the exterior features available for the Santa Fe SE include LED daytime running lights, roof rack side rails, 18-inch alloy wheels, a rear spoiler, and dark-tinted rear privacy glass. The Santa Fe Limited gets a hands-free power tailgate, and LED taillights. Moving up the trim ladder to the Santa Fe Limited Ultimate and the Santa Fe SE Ultimate offshoot gets you a panoramic sunroof, and nineteen-inch alloy wheels. Options are of course available.
2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Interior
Standard accessories available include a CD player, a six-speaker sound system, a seven-inch touchscreen display, a tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel, a rearview camera, Android Auto smartphone integration, and an eight-way power driver seat. You can get more info on its release date.
Four trims are offered for the 6- or 7-passenger 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe crossover: Limited Ultimate, SE Ultimate, SE, and Limited.
A 3.3L Lambda II V6 engine is offered beneath the hood of the 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe. Power from this mill is rated at 290 horsepower and is sent to either the front wheels or all the wheels via the standard six-speed automatic transmission system. The 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport, on the other end, comes equipped with an efficient 2.4L four-cylinder direct-injected engine offering 185 ponies or the more brawny option – 2.0L turbocharged four-cylinder offering 240 horsepower. Maximum towing capacity is rated at 5,000 pounds.
The FWD Santa FE models fuel economy is provided as 21 mpg combined.
Wheelbase: 9 ft. 2.2 in. (110.2 in.)
Length: 16 ft. 1.1 in. (193.1 in.)
Width: 6 ft. 2.2 in. (74.2 in.)
Passenger volume: 146.6 cu.ft.
Cargo volume: 13.5 cu.ft. (max 80.0 cu.ft.)
Curb weight: N/A
Top Speed: 128 mph
0-60: 7,1 sec
MPG: 18/25 mpg
Available Exterior Colors: Becketts Black, Circuit Silver, Iron Frost, Java Espresso, Monaco White, Night Sky Pearl, Regal Red Pearl, Storm Blue …
Towing Capacity: 5000 lbs
In addition to the previously mentioned roster of safety features, the newest of the Santa Fe breed will also come with traction control system, electronic stability control, vehicle stability management, tire pressure monitoring system, downhill brake control, and electronic brake-force distribution. Both the NHTSA and IIHS gave the Hyundai Santa Fe 2017 top marks for crash protection.
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