2017 Hyundai Santa Fe specs, changes, price

We are delighted with the announcements that the company Hyundai is preparing the latest model of famous model Santa Fe. South Korean automotive group Hyundai – Kia currently occupies 5th place in the world by sales volume, but also in spite of the planned development the smallest rise for 12 years, Hyundai engineers are diligently and work hard on preparing the third-generation Hyundai Santa Fe.


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2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Engine and Specs

The basic model will be sold in the US market as a 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport and it will be able to comfortably accommodate five adults. Model 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe will have three rows of seats and will be able to offer a place to carry 7 passengers. As with the previous-generation Hyundai Santa Fe, in will be equipped by checked 3 powertrains. The first unit has four cylinders and a displacement of 2.2 L, and develops 190 BHP. The second engine will be fitted in the model 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport, and it is a four-cylinder engines, which with the help of a turbocharger is released power of 265 BHP of 2.0 L displacement.

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The third unit has a capacity of 3.3 L and a V6 engine. There are also two available diesel engines for markets outside U.S. – first engine is 2.0 L with four cylindres and 184 BHP and the second one is 2.2 L four cylindres engine with 200 BHP. It is planned that the new Hyundai Santa Fe offers the world market and the prestigious hybrid powertrain, called e-4WD, that the 3.3 L twin-turbo V6 engine develops 400 BHP. This unit is a combination of gasoline and electric motors, where gasoline engine driving the front and an electric motor the rear wheels of the vehicle. All that power will be transmitted via 4WD system power transmission to the wheels.

2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Gas Mileage

We come to a very important question: What is the gas mileage for the new Hyundai Santa Fe? This is a very good question, to which there is still no official information. However, the assumption is that consumption will be similar to models from 2015. Therefore, fuel consumption in the city should be from 19 to 20 mpg, while the consumption on the highway will be around 27 mpg. So, the combined fuel consumption of 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe will be 23 mpg.

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2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Design

The biggest design changes in the 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe model, are visible from the outside, where the new large front LED headlights and a large grille with Hyundai logo, as well as a completely newly designed alloy wheels. The interior of the vehicle is further enriched range of interior color, they also offer three new exterior colors, and there are new blind-spot monitoring system, corner-following lightning, 360-degree view camera, adaptive cruise control, 100-megapixel rear view camera, high-tec Autonomus Highway Safety Driving system, new enhanced air bags incorporating high / low-pressure inflator logic, such as newly upgraded infotainment system powered by new fantastic and chrystal clear JBL audio system. 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe will feature an improved high-strenght steel chassis for added safety.

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2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Relase date and Price

Hyundai will, after log management, see the light of day officially in mid-2017 years. The management company Hyundai has also announced that the price of the new models will not differ from the current price, so that the starting price for the model 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport will be from $ 24.950, a model 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe from $ 30.150. Best equipped 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport 2.0T model will have starting price from $ 31.250.

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