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- Build Your Own: This tab prices your Hyundai Santa Fe Sport with options, gives side-by-side car comparisons and requests a quote.
- Get Price Quotes: This tab provides pricing from local dealerships. Get as many quotes as possible. When dealers compete you save.
- Search Inventory: This tab tells you which local dealerships have your Hyundai Santa Fe Sport in stock.
- Financing: This tab compares interest rates. Dealers don't always offer the best deal.
- Trade-In Values: This tab tells you what your current car is worth so you can complete your deal.
- Santa Fe Sport Reviews: Still not sure about the car? Click on the "Santa Fe Sport Reviews" tab to learn about the vehicle.
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- Santa Fe Sport Reviews
Build your own Hyundai Santa Fe Sport to your specifications. Price with options, side-by-side car comparisons and request a quote. Click on “Build this Car” below.
Get Hyundai Santa Fe Sport pricing from local dealerships. Get as many quotes as possible because when dealers compete for your business, you save.
Find out which local dealerships have your new Hyundai Santa Fe Sport in stock. You can contact the dealers by phone or email.
Find out what your current car is worth so you can complete your deal.
Compare interest rates because dealers don’t always offer the best deal.
Still not sure about the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport? Read reviews to learn more about the vehicle.
The Hyundai Santa Fe is largest SUV in the company’s product line. The redesign added 3” to the width and 7” to the length. The additional length was important to the addition of the optional 3rd row of seating for 7-passenger capacity. And it gives the truck lots for room for the passengers and cargo.
Despite its rather humble price, the Hyundai Santa Fe appears to draw design influence from expensive luxury SUVs like the Porsche Cayenne and BMW X5. It’s a good-looking vehicle that drives better than its affordable price would suggest. Efficient use of space let Hyundai squeeze in an optional third-row seat in the new 2007 Santa Fe.
Hyundai’s unibody front-wheel-drive (FWD) SUV shows up in an expanded package for 2007 with two powertrain options and class-leading standard safety content. The new body measures about seven inches longer, an inch wider and two inches taller. With extra cabin space, there’s room for three tiers of seats with an optional third-row bench.
Santa Fe is slated for an expansion program which will result in a larger
second-generation edition for 2006. Prototypes of this revised Santa Fe
show bold sheetmetal styling, with swept-back fenders and streamlined body