2016 Hyundai Santa Fe Review - Hyundai Cars Review
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2016 Hyundai Santa Fe Review, For its outer finishes, it will sport a more aggressive grill profile, as well as a front bumper with more budges as added. No radical changes in the overall body are expected however, but it will keep its SUV conventional appearance, with new safety inclusions which add to its impressive features. Add in twin exhaust ports, projection headlamps, HSML equipped rear spoilers, and silica tires with alloy wheels, and you’ve got yourself a very attractive outer package. Roof rails and exterior mirrors add to the refinements of this model.The 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe interior finishes include Calfskin leather for its seats, both for its five and seven seater models. Cowhide leather for the entryway boards, steering wheel and the armrests make for a very comfortable ride, thus making this one of the most luxurious models amid its competition. 10 way power adjustable seats allow for better driving control and positioning, and the upholstery have been improved as well, with inclusions for an upgraded, built-in entertainment system with wireless connectivity with most electronics platforms. It comes packed with a built-in cooler, dual zone automatic controller, a steering wheel containing upgrades for control buttons, and a 6-disc CD changer with memory card and USB support.The 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe engine remains the same, with a base option of a 3.3 liter V6 boasting 290HP/ 252 ft-lb of torque. An optional 2.4-liter inline-four with 190 HP and 181 ft-lb of torque will be made available for its 2016 model as well. A third and final option is comprised of a 2.0 liter turbocharged Theta II 1-4 engine with an output of 264 HP with 259 ft-lb torque. It currently runs on a direct fuel injection with a six-speed automatic transmission engine for the seven seater option. Fuel economy sits tight at 21 MPG using front wheel drive mode, and 20 MPG for the all wheel drive mode.
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