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Hyundai Santa Fe
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Car buyers looking at the start of this new millennium were greeted by a very special offering from Korea, the Hyundai Santa Fe compact crossover SUV.
From 2007, it evolved into a mid-size crossover and now sits proudly as one of the best-looking (and yet affordable) SUVs on the market.
The third generation of the Santa Fe that arrived in 2012 came with an extended version where the length was extended from 4,690mm in the regular version to 4,905mm in the new one.
The wheelbase was also 100mm larger than the standard wheelbase at 2,800mm.
The latest Santa Fe is driven by a 2.0L T-GDi 4-cylinder Theta II engine (2.4L also available), or the 3.3L Lambda II V6 engine. There’s even a 2.0L or 2.2L diesel option.
The long-wheelbase Santa Fe got a facelift in 2017 and gained some seriously stylish new lights.
It was such a nice job that Hyundai even gave the South Korean facelifted version a new name – “The Prime.”
In 2020, they facelifted again for the 2021 model year, widening the “cascading” grille, widening the wheel arches, further enhancing the front lights and converting the taillights to a single strip across the whole width of the vehicle.
Even though the Santa Fe in the 2021 model year only starts at just over $26,000, the interior feels far more upmarket than that.
It has a sporty sloping control panel in the center, with a 3-spoke steering wheel, two-tone color options, huge navigation and infotainment touchscreen and much more.