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2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Review
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With the old fashioned looking but on the strong and modern engine, new 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe is one of the sports cars for those who enjoy the taste for every generation. This hybrid car, for seven passengers, obviously made for families, but with extremely sports and futuristic design pretend to win the market with charm but modern updates, desperately needed in all cars for future years.
After the looking on photos of the new 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe, we can predict the best-selling on US market. We actually can suppose that it was the aim of the manufacturer. Because, how else explain the remarkably different design, revolutionary body look and shape and affect which this car make the first look in it. Looking on the front of the car, the first impression is large and updated headlights, redesigned front grille and larger details on the body side. The taillights are also changed and both front and rear ends adorn bigger bumper. We can also confirm sharper angles and stronger line of the body than before.
It’s hard to speak about any new car on the market without mentioning the innovation in the field of cabin’s tech ads and infotainment systems. The large dashboard is equipped with a large touchscreen with great button layout and transparent commands. Together with the improved navigation system and new options of connectivity inputs (like an auxiliary, Bluetooth, and USB/iPod), there is a new audio and sound system and HD radio. Preparing 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe for the sporty car has not stopped the designers to make warm and roomy cabin for adult and smallest passengers, provided them a plenty of space and accommodate even on longer traveling.
Experts expected the larger engine than 3.3 liters with direct fuel injection technology as they have built-in Hyundai Santa Fe. This engine is capable for making 290 horsepower of strength and 252 pound-feet of torque. Measured fuel economy is around 20 mpg with the six-speed manual transmission; even they will offer an automatic, too. Some rumors said that the new Hyundai will offer only all-wheel driving system, without two while options, but that’s not confirmed yet.
2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Price
Even the clear information about the releasing date for 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe is not available yet, the knower said that we should expect before 2017 for the starting price of $40,000. We’ll see how many trims will offer then for this car.