Hyundai Santa Fe Slightly Used

The Hyundai Santa Fe (Korean: 현대 싼타페) is a game utility vehicle (SUV) created by the South Korean producer Hyundai since 2000. It is named after the city of Santa Fe, New Mexico, and was presented for the 2001 model year as Hyundai’s first SUV, discharged in the meantime as the Ford Escape and Pontiac Aztek. The Santa Fe was a development in the organization’s rebuilding system of the late 1990s on the grounds that, regardless of getting feedback from writers for its dark looks,[clarification needed] the SUV was a hit with American purchasers. The SUV was popular to the point that on occasion, Hyundai experienced difficulty providing the request. The Santa Fe rapidly turned into Hyundai’s hit and added to Hyundai’s achievement in the United States. Starting at 2007, the Santa Fe falls between the somewhat littler reduced hybrid Tucson and the bigger, yet related extravagance hybrid SUV Veracruz (which supplanted the Terracan)

Fuel tank (L) 62
Total interior volume (L) 3,243
Passenger volume (L) 2,824
Cargo volume (L) 419
Shoulder room (fr/rr) (mm) 1,450/1,410
Legroom (fr/rr) (mm) 1,073/984
Headroom (fr/rr) with moonroof (mm) 950/942
Headroom (fr/rr) (mm) 975/942
Turning circle, curb-to-curb (m) 11.2
Overall height (mm) 1,450
Overall width (mm) 1,840
Wheelbase/overall length (mm) 2,830/4,895
Fuel system Direct injection
Torque SAE net lb. ft. 185 @ 3,250 rpm
Horsepower SAE net 184 @ 5,700 rpm
Compression ratio 13.0:1
Displacement 2,488 cc
  • 16" Alloy Wheels
  • Central Locking
  • Leather Seats
  • Tow Bar