2016 Hyundai Santa Fe sport review hybrid - Hyundai Cars Review
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2016 Hyundai Santa Fe sport review hybrid, Like we come to expect from mid-cycle refreshment launches, the new Hyundai Santa Fe will be larger in size than the former models and now be available in both 5-seater and 7-seater variants. The wheelbase is also expected to get longer, and overall the car will look very modernised and stylish. There will be minor modifications on the grille and front bumper along with sleeker and more aggressive-looking headlights. The SUV will maintain its standard look and add to it much more impressive looking alloy wheels, heated exterior mirrors and projection headlights. The car, in one word, looks fantastic.Along with its modified exterior, the inside of new Hyundai Santa Fe will also go through similar refreshments. It will boast top-notch infotainment and safety features such as Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, great audio and navigation system along with a very useful dashboard for controls. Other features include a heated steering wheel, push-button start and a panoramic sunroof.As far as the comfort factor goes, we can expect the seats to be upholstered with fine leather and be spacious enough to allow for a more comfortable ride than ever before. There will be three rows of seats that can accommodate up to 7 passengers and will have maximum safety features for both the driver and passengers.From the information we have gathered so far, Hyundai is unlikely to bring in a new engine for the 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe. The current unit is expected to be featured under the hood of this car, and be fitted with a 3.3 litre direct injection engine generating a horsepower of 290 and torque of 252 lb-ft. Another variant that may become available in the future is a turbocharged 2.0 litre Theta II engine of 4 litres with an output of 265 hp and 255 lb-ft of torque. It is to be paired with a 6-speed auto transmission system and have fuel economy of around 22 mpg in combined driving using the front-wheel drive mode.
via : autos2016.net