2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport – Luxury Car News, Sports Cars, Prices at Speedlux.com

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Hyundai Santa Fe

2013 Hyundai Santa Fe

The 2013 Santa Fe Sport is one of the new, third-generation Hyundai Fe lineup, which will add a model in about four The decision makers at Hyundai a strategy that would put the on as many shopping lists as With three engines and two wheelbase models to choose Hyundai will offer a Sport model as well as a LWB (long wheel base) Fe.

Engine-

Hyundai engineers empowered the new Santa Fe Sport a four-cylinder engine lineup a choice of either front-wheel or drive.

Powered by the same found in the Sonata #8211; the ability to tow up to 3,500 pounds the Santa Fe Sport models have two options. Starting at, the 2.4-liter direct-injection engine 190 horsepower and 181 lb-ft of torque. economy for the FWD is reasonable, giving 22-mpg city, 33-mpg on the for a combined 26-mpg.

The AWD model achieves a 21 city/28 rating for 23-mpg combined.

looking for more power and there’s a 2.0-liter turbocharged model making 264-hp and 269 of torque. Front-drive fuel is rated at 21/31-mpg for a combined while AWD models get 20 city/27 or 22-mpg combined!

Exteriors-

At its the 2013 Santa Fe Sport you with Hyundai’s hexagonal chrome grill. LED accent offer an added level of making the Santa Fe instantly on the road, along with its use of brightwork. On the side of the vehicle, we an exaggerated character line runs the length of the greenhouse and on to the rear, where it’s met by the Fe’s swooping decklid.

Hyundai has labeled its design “Fluidic Precision,” which to be the evolution of its previous “Fluidic design language seen on its vehicles like the Veloster Elantra GT, and Elantra Coupe. it’s called, we like it. has managed to design a dynamic and CUV without obnoxiously dipping the reservoir of eccentricity that crossover vehicles proudly with their superficial

Interiors-

The 2013 Santa interior sets the bar pretty The dashboard and doors are outfitted high-quality leather and soft-touch accented with small of aluminum and wood trim. The cockpit looks and feels upscale; everything from the used on the steering wheel to the used on the door trim to small details like the switches and climate control are top-notch.

Virtually everything within the shines of quality. The materials inside all feel first-class, and the is accessible whether you’re or sitting in the rear. Speaking of both seating up front and in the felt top notch, with a degree of comfort and cushioning will make even the of roadtrips a warm and soothing

Standard features include windows, locks, and mirrors; air cruise control; tilt/telescoping steering-wheel audio and phone and 17-inch wheels. The standard system is an AM/FM/CD player satellite radio, USB and auxiliary Bluetooth and audio streaming, and six

ADDITIONAL FEATURES-

Additional packages will also be including a Popular Equipment which bundles automatic heated exterior mirrors, front seats, and a leather-wrapped wheel to name a few, as as a Leather and Premium package, adds further amenities as a back-up camera, 4.3-inch HD radio, and keyless entry, others.

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For a … techno Hyundai offers a Technology that includes panoramic with a sliding fabric navigation system with 8-inch touchscreen, heated wheel, and manual rear shades. The tech package adds the heart-pounding 12-speaker audio system.

A 90-day trial of Hyundai’s Blue telematics system comes Here, drivers can receive navigation and Bluetooth streaming for app through their smartphone. Link actually incorporates rather nifty features can be configured through its corresponding app.

Drivers can set up geo-fencing, which alert you via text if your car beyond its designated driving speed limits that the car from traveling beyond speeds, as well enable engine ignition.

Pricing-

The of 2013 Santa Fe Sport are hitting dealerships as you read with pricing starting at a $24,450, not including $825 for Stepping up to the Sport 2.0T set you back $27,700, and if you opt for a fully model, you#8217;ll be shelling $35,625 all-in.

Final Verdict-

The Santa Fe delivers a fine compromise of ride and steady response-neither nor wallow. The brake pedal firm enough and linear, and claims the largest brakes and stopping distances in the class.

is an evolution of the swoopy #8220;fluidic theme introduced on Hyundai#8217;s sedan. We#8217;d call it …, much less and generally more appealing. The Fe Sport is handsome and well but not terribly gimmicky.

It looks expensive than it is.

To put it simply: a great looking car that between luxury and leisure, and sporty.

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