The 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe arrives this year in a refreshed form. Hyundai Santa Fe updates include revised styling, more standard technology, and newly available safety features.
With refreshed styling on both the front and rear, the Santa Fe is more attractive than ever. It has sleek lines that give it a sense of motion, even while standing still. The front end styling also includes new LED daytime running lights.
Inside, the Santa Fe is just as stylish with a classy design and well-placed controls. Buyers will love features like a standard 7-inch touchscreen on all trim levels, as well as a rearview camera, Bluetooth, Hyundai’s Blue Link system, and even Android Auto compatibility. This year, there is even an available USB charging port for the third row.
For 2017, buyers can add more safety than ever before. These new features include a lane departure warning, automatic emergency braking for forward collision mitigation, a 360-degree parking camera, and adaptive cruise control.
Powering the Santa Fe is a 3.3-liter V6 engine paired with a six-speed automatic transmission. All trims come standard with front-wheel drive, but all-wheel drive is available. When properly equipped, the Santa Fe can tow up to 5,000 pounds.
Visit us at Rex Perry Hyundai and check out the 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe for yourself.
If you haven’t seen the 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport yet, get excited. It’s got lots to offer, from style to utility to technology. Here’s some of the best the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport has to offer.
The Santa Fe Sport has plenty to offer when it comes to style. New headlights and fog lights make an even bigger impact and distinct body lines accentuate this crossover’s sporty frame.
Rear-seated passengers will get plenty of comfort and space thanks to seats that offer numerous adjustments. It’s easy to make the back seats comfy for kids or adults.
You’ll get plenty of cargo space with the Santa Fe Sport. With all seats folded down, you’ll get an impressive 71.5 cubic feet of space so that you’ll transport almost anything. And with 40/20/40-split folding rear seats, you’ll get more storage option than other SUVs.
Don’t worry, you’ll be plenty safe in the Santa Fe Sport. It’s a safer Santa Fe Sport than ever, especially with the addition of driver-assistive features that give you extra help on the highway.
It’s that time of year again! School is back in session and you need a car that’ll get you to and from college safely, or your kids to and from high school! Here are some of the best back-to-school cars you can get this year.
2016 Hyundai Sonata
The Hyundai Sonata has the benefits of a sedan (like amazing 31.5 combined mpg) with the ample storage and passenger space you’re looking for. With 106.1 feet of cubic space in the cabin, the Sonata offers plenty of room if you’re carpooling. Plus, an automatically unlocking trunk makes it easier than ever to pack up and unload your car. It’s ideal for long or short travels!
2016 Hyundai Santa Fe
The 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe SUV was built for families. Do you have a son or daughter that does extracurricular activities like football, dance, basketball, or soccer? The Santa Fe will transport your kids along with their teammates and all of their gear with ease. The Santa Fe can tote up to 7 passengers and comes with accommodating features like a 40/20/40 split-folding seat, satin-fighting seats, and a hands-free Smart Liftgate with auto open.
The Hyundai Elantra is back and better than ever. This compact model comes with an especially quiet ride, smart design, and the latest in infotainment technology. Looking at the stylish and practical sedan, car buyers are realizing the potential of the Elantra now more than ever. It’s the perfect time to buy this great new model.
The 2017 Elantra design is one of its great new features, both inside and out. The contoured body is engaging and sleek, with aerodynamic curves that will grab attention on the highway. Plus, with distinct lighting, a wide hexagonal grille, and a range of bright color tones to choose from, the new Elantra doesn’t get any better.
The interior design is just as impressive as the exterior. “The Elantra’s cabin wholly embraces the art of simplicity without feeling overly boring or stale,” said the auto writers at KBB.com. “The steering wheel offers plenty of flexibility for a variety of body types, while the driver’s seat won us over with its 8-way power adjustment, ample thigh support and, unlike the Civic or Cruze, memory settings and 2-way lumbar support.”
The Hyundai Elantra is a compact model, but you wouldn’t guess from the interior. The passenger cabin is surprisingly roomy, with 14.4 cubic feet of cargo room—among the largest in its segment—as well as seating for five. You won’t want to leave the driver’s seat of this new model. Aside from the design, discover what else makes the Elantra so enjoyable by test driving this model for yourself.