HYUNDAI SANTA FE 3.3L V6 4WD FULLY AUTOMATIC SUV

Our price AED52 ,000
Included 5% VAT
Body Cars/SUV’s, SUV
Mileage 63783
Fuel type N/A
Engine 2400cc
Price 52000
Transmission Automatic
Drive AWD
Exterior Color Brown
Interior Color Beige
Number of Seat
History N/A
Stock id 02678
VIN:
Feature
  • ABS
  • Air conditioning
  • Airbags (front and side)
  • Alarm
  • AUX audio in
  • Auxiliary heating
  • AWD
  • Bluetooth
  • CD player
  • Central locking
  • Cruise control
  • DVD-player
  • ESP
  • Fog lights
  • Keyless go
  • MP3 interface
  • Parking sensor front
  • Parking sensor rear
  • Power locks
  • Power windows
  • Roof rails
  • Sunroof
  • Tuner/radio
  • USB
Vehicle Description

The Hyundai Santa Fe has been in the automaker’s lineup for more than a decade, but since 2013 it’s taken on a different mission. The name used to be applied to the five-seat crossover SUV from the Korean automaker—but since the 2013 model year, it’s been affixed to a three-row crossover that shares some body structure, and not much else, with the newly christened five-seat Santa Fe Sport.

As a three-row, seven-passenger SUV, the Santa Fe has its work cut out for it. Its rivals are some of the most popular family vehicles in America—everything from the Ford Explorer and Honda Pilot, to the Nissan Pathfinder, Toyota Highlander, and the distantly related Kia Sorento. We’d even suggest a good minivan, like the Honda Odyssey or Toyota Sienna, as a good alternative.

Hyundai has put a strong emphasis on looks of late, and that goes for the Santa Fe too, which wears the most grown-up and modern sheet metal in the model’s history. The sharp edges and tight creases wrap around it in interesting ways, and Hyundai’s hexagonal grille gets sees its best rendition here, bracketed by headlamps and foglamps. The longer Santa Fe is slightly less distinctive, but as a minivan replacement, it doesn’t need to be flashy. The interior is another bar raised for Hyundai, with some faint GM cues penned in its shield of controls, surrounded by the usual swoops and fluid curves—and trimmed in two-tone materials, an upscale touch that looks better when it’s capped in glossy trim than in faux wood.