Hyundai’s highly-acclaimed 2014 Santa Fe adds another award to its trophy case today after being named the Best Car for the Money in the 3-Row Midsize SUV segment, by U.S. News & World Report. The 2014 Best Car for the Money awards highlight cars in 21 automotive categories – from subcompact to full size pickup trucks – that offer great value and have received critical acclaim. Continue reading HYUNDAI SANTA FE NAMED A BEST CAR FOR THE MONEY BY U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT
- New Generation Santa Fe is rated as the safest ‘Large Off-Road 4×4’ in 2012
- Best-in-class Euro NCAP results in all categories
- Further evidence of Hyundai’s commitment to the highest safety standards
Hyundai’s latest offering in the highly competitive crossover market is the retooled Santa Fe, offered by the South Korean company in two flavours – the smaller, five seater Santa Fe Sport, and a three row, seven seater offering with a longer wheel base called simply the Santa Fe.
Whilst the major differences between the two models come down to engine size and passenger capacity, both cars share the same front-wheel drive configuration and six-speed automatic transmission. For those that are interested, both the Hyundai Santa Fe and Santa Fe Sport can also be fitted with an all-wheel drive system that Hyundai claims offers superior traction control and a combination of true torque vectoring and torque braking that should result in an improved overall driver experience.
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