A product of Hyundai’s design center in Southern California, the Santa Fe blends form and function. Its substantial visual presence translates into an impressive 160 cubic feet of interior volume and seating for six or seven.
They say there’s calm at the eye of the storm. But out on the leading edge, things get interesting. That’s the idea behind the latest iteration of Hyundai’s Fluidic Sculpture design, dubbed “Storm Edge.” It gives the Santa Fe style that exhibits the power and strength of nature.
No need to kick or shuffle your feet to open the rear liftgate! You can automatically open it with this available feature by simply standing within three feet behind the vehicle for more than three seconds with the Proximity Key. The handy height-adjustable function allows users to stop the tailgate at various heights to avoid low overhangs. And with up to 80 cubic feet of cargo space you’ve got the room to bring along all of the essential gear you need for your next adventure.
The best designs offer tangible benefits that go beyond their good looks. Which is clearly the case with the Santa Fe. At the core of its distinctive style is an aerodynamic design that can help improve MPG. Case in point, Santa Fe delivers an EPA-estimated 25 Highway MPG.*
*2015 Santa Fe GLS/Limited FWD: 18 City/25 Hwy. EPA estimates. For comparison only. Your actual mileage may vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits and vehicle’s condition.
The standard 18-inch alloy wheels will generate plenty of traction, and compliments. If you’re ready to step things up, the available 19-inch alloy wheels are just the ticket.
*19-inch wheels shown.
Dynamic side character lines add to the aerodynamic flow while design elements and chrome accents on the grille and door handles create a distinctly premium feeling. Daytime Running Lights (DRLs) are standard, while the available HID Xenon headlights with LED accents and LED tail lights provide just the right finishing touches.