Pricing announced for Hyundai Santa Fe
March 4, 2021
Hyundai has announced the pricing and specification of the New Santa Fe, the Company’s flagship SUV.
Santa Fe is Hyundai’s longest-running SUV now in its 21st year of sale. Sold in the UK since 2001, the D-segment SUV has been praised for its comfort and roominess, comprehensive standard features and functional cabin design. The latest series of improvements make the New Santa Fe an even more premium choice for its customers.
As well as offering the option of a hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrain for the first time, it also features a bold and distinctive new design as well as a range of new technology and safety features.
A number of exterior and interior enhancements have been introduced including a redesigned front end with a new cascading grille, T shaped headlamps and a sculpted front bumper. Rear design changes include new connected tail lamps, full length lower reflector and a redesigned bumper. New interior features include a redesigned dashboard with a standard 10.25-inch infotainment system and optional 12.3-inch supervision instrument cluster.
Cabin space has been increased all around with the width growing by 10mm, the length by 15mm and height by 5mm. New Santa Fe boasts an increase of 34mm of 2nd row legroom over the previous model, giving New Santa Fe an overall best in class 2nd row legroom of 1060mm. The car also continues with a standard seven-seat interior with most D segment competitors now only offering only five-seat configurations.
Comprehensive safety equipment comes as standard with Blind Spot Collision Assist, Downhill Brake Control, Driver Attention Alert, eCall, Forward Collision Avoidance Assist with Car, Pedestrian, Cycle and Junction Turning functions, Intelligent Speed Limit Warning, forward and reverse Parking Distance Warning, Rear Occupancy Alert and Lane Departure Warning Assist with Lane Keep Assist. Self-levelling suspension and a trailer wiring package also feature.
New Santa Fe is available with Hyundai’s 1.6-litre T-GDi engine combined with either a 230PS Hybrid or a 265PS Plug-in Hybrid option with emissions of just 37g/km CO2. A six-speed fully automatic gearbox is standard on all models with Hybrid customers able to choose between 2WD or Hyundai’s HTRAC 4WD system featuring intelligent torque distribution and four drive modes.
Two trim levels are available offering customers the choice of high levels of standard equipment often only seen on more premium models in the segment.
The Santa Fe Premium is priced from £40,205 while the Santa Fe Ultimate costs from £43,815.
New Santa Fe is available in nine colour finishes.