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The Hyundai Santa Fe is one of Australia's favourite three-row seven-seater SUVs. It competes with the Kia Sorento, the Mazda CX-9 and the Skoda Kodiaq among others. But is the Santa Fe better than the new CX-8? What's the Highlander like? Tom heads to Coffs Harbour in the new Santa Fe AWD to find out. What do you think of the new Santa Fe? Would you have this, or a new Peugeot 5008? Let me know all your thoughts in the comments. Do us a favour and SUBSCRIBE and hit the notification bell! http://www.youtube.com/user/chasingcarsaustralia?sub_confirmation=1 Covers the interior, back seats, boot and driving the Hyundai Santa Fe 2018 / 2018 Santa Fe. READ our detailed Australian car review of the 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe Highlander turbo diesel here: http://chasingcars.com.au
2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Review. The redesigned 2019 Santa Fe should be a smart pick for a five-passenger crossover SUV. First, we need to start off with a public service announcement: The naming of the redesigned 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe might throw you off. The previous-generation Santa Fe (2013-2018) was a three-row crossover SUV, but the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe model is now a two-row and is essentially the redesign of last year's two-row Santa Fe Sport. A three-row model called the Santa Fe XL will come out later. Got it? Great. Now the question is: How good is this new 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe ? We like that the Santa Fe is a bit wider and longer than outgoing Santa Fe Sport. It's more spacious on the inside, an area where it already excelled. Hyundai also improved the look and feel of the cabin. For standard equipment, the new Santa Fe gets smartphone integration (Apple CarPlay and Android Auto) and Hyundai's attractive 7-inch touchscreen. What's more, safety features such as blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, a drowsy driving warning system, and Hyundai's Safe Exit Assist — which will temporarily prevent your door from opening if a vehicle is approaching from behind — all come as standard. Alas, one thing we weren't overly keen on the Sport is still hanging around: the standard 2.4-liter engine. Power output is unchanged at 185 horsepower, and fuel economy is lackluster. Hyundai has paired it to an eight-speed automatic transmission for 2019, though, rather than last year's six-speed. The change should slightly improve acceleration and fuel economy. Hyundai is also offering a more powerful 2.0-liter four-cylinder (235 hp) or a 2.2-liter diesel. The latter won't be available until later in the model year, and it should provide the best fuel economy of the lineup. Despite the probable confusion with its name change, the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe seems to have a lot of potential. It's a well-equipped crossover with lots of modern tech and plenty of space for your family. If you're looking for a good value in the two-row crossover segment, it's a vehicle you'll want on your short list. Read more : edmunds.com/hyundai/santa-fe/2019/review/ ============================================== ► Please contact this email if you have any copyright issues: email@example.com ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Track: Run Away Watch: https://goo.gl/eoK5dD ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ► If you love cars you should subscribe now to Auto TV the world famous automotive channel: https://goo.gl/SGPqjc #2019santafe #autotv #cartv #topcar #topsuv
Edmunds Senior Writer Mark Takahashi made the trek out to Park City, Utah, to check out the fully redesigned 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe. As expected, it maintains Hyundai's reputation for delivering a lot for the money, but it goes further by exceeding expectations in a number of ways. Mark gives it a thorough evaluation, taking into account everything that shoppers find important. In the end, he crowns it the new class leader among small crossover SUVs. Q: How much does the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe cost? A: Prices start around $26,000 for the base SE trim and max out at around $40,000 for a fully optioned Ultimate trim. Q: What kind of engines are offered in the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe? A: The standard engine is a rather weak 2.4-liter four-cylinder with 185 horsepower. We prefer the 235-hp 2.0-liter turbo option, but it's only offered on the top two trims. Q: What options are available in the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe? A: The only options you can add to the trim levels are all-wheel drive and the turbocharged engine. Q: What are the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe's main competitors? A: The Ford Edge, the Jeep Cherokee, the Nissan Murano and the Subaru Outback. Q: When does the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe go on sale? A: The 2019 Santa Fe is in dealerships now. Read our First Drive of the 2019 Santa Fe here: https://www.edmunds.com/car-news/first-impressions/2019-hyundai-santa-fe-first-drive.html Read our review of the 2019 Santa Fe here: https://www.edmunds.com/hyundai/santa-fe/2019/suv/ Edmunds – we help you find your perfect car with unbiased and useful reviews, advice, pricing and tools. Visit us at https://www.edmunds.com/.
The All-New 2019 Santa Fe Makes its United States Debut at the New York International Auto Show Bolder design language for Hyundai’s best-selling SUV in the United States New safety, comfort and convenience technologies Increased visibility, cabin and storage space Santa Fe Sport name dropped --A Bold New Look The face of the new Santa Fe is highlighted by Hyundai’s signature Cascading Grille and a Composite Light design comprising LED Daytime Running Lights positioned on top of the LED headlights. The exterior design is characterized by a powerful wide stance and an athletic body that makes a statement from 100 feet away. It’s a bold look that is enhanced by refined lines that reinforce the vehicle’s status in Hyundai’s SUV lineup. The profile of the Santa Fe features a dynamic character line that goes all the way from the headlights to the taillights and a larger daylight opening (DLO) with a satin surround that provides a sleek impression along with better visibility. Featured diamond-cut 19-inch wheels communicate strength, as does the car’s rear appearance, now featuring a muscular high and taut shape. --Interior Design: Graceful Surfaces Embrace Strong Structure The Santa Fe interior design combines premium quality with a roomy layout featuring a strong horizontal design theme and enhanced visibility. Premium touches such as the layered, three-dimensional instrument panel and contrasting seat stitching ensures a high level of luxury within the cabin. The Santa Fe’s larger DLO enhances the interior’s feeling of openness with generous amounts of natural light. --The driver will also see several improvements including: The audio/visual/navigation system screen has been tilted and positioned to reduce glare The window switches and grab handles have been moved forward for more elbow room The door map pockets have been reduced in size for more legroom Cup holders in the center console have been repositioned for ease of use and the height and length of the center armrest has also been increased --Comfortable Ride, Steering Feel and Stable Handling Improved ride comfort, handling and stability are achieved through key developments in the suspension geometry of the 2019 Santa Fe. The biggest change sees the rear shock moved upright from an angled position, improving the ride and handling no matter the driving conditions. An optional self-load-leveling suspension provides the Santa Fe with a continuous ride height even while towing or carrying heavier cargo. This system allows Hyundai engineers to tune the rear suspension for comfort and avoid making it too firm for occasional trailer use. Safety Features Hyundai’s Rear Cross Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCW) puts eyes and legs in the back of drivers’ heads. Using the Blind Spot Detection system’s radar sensors when backing up, the system can not only warn the driver if vehicles approach from the rear side, it also applies the brakes automatically. Additional safety features include Rear Occupant Alert, which Hyundai is debuting with the Santa Fe. The system monitors the rear seats using an ultrasonic sensor that helps to detect the movements of children and pets. The system first reminds drivers to check the rear seats when exiting the vehicle with a message on the center instrument cluster display. If the system detects movement in the rear seats after the driver leaves the vehicle and locks the doors it will honk the horn and send a Blue Link alert to the driver’s smartphone via Hyundai’s Blue Link connected car system. The system is designed to prevent children and pets from being forgotten in the car, but it also helps in case children accidentally lock themselves in. The 2019 Santa Fe also gets Hyundai’s first Safe Exit Assist. This feature temporarily prevents doors from being opened when a vehicle approaches from behind even when the doors are unlocked. Safe Exit Assist works even if the driver has used the button to turn off the child lock feature. When the Safe Exit Assist detects an approaching object rearward it sounds an alert for passengers, a warning pops up on the driver’s center cluster and, most importantly, the doors remain locked. Interior Space and Visibility Interior cabin space has been enhanced on the 2019 Santa Fe. Inside, there is now more cargo room behind the second-row seats, when second-row seats are folded. In addition to more cargo space, second-row leg room has also been lengthened to be best-in-class. The H-point distance between the first and second rows has also been increased and the floor has been lowered for even more second-row comfort. Engineers also have incorporated one-touch folding second-row seats. Full Review http://www.hyundainews.com/en-us/releases/2505 Music Source: NCM Epic Music Ender Guney 2018 Test Drive "SUBSCRIBE NOW"
Sweet & Sour aka Brian & Zack head to Japan to test out the All New 2019 Subaru Forester. Built off the new Global platform, the new compact SUV is larger, has more creature comforts, new engine and new technology.
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