2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Specs Update And Price
2019 Hyundai Santa Fe. Hyundai has promised to release the first images (and more details) with 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe next month, with a public debate closed at the Geneva Motor Show in March. It is believed that the company has plans to distinguish the best three-row SUV of two sports Hyundai Santa Fe rows after complaints from customers can not tell them about each other. Fixing this problem may also mean a new name for the smaller model, while the large size may grow slightly in size. It is expected to get Hyundai Santa Fe complete redesign for 2019 or 2020. Although the official specification has not been released yet, our Korean auto industry gave an initial look at what medium size will look like.
The new design 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe carries a strong resemblance with the Kona sub-crossover. The front is characterized by front headlights and express network. At first glance, the car looks nothing like Hyundai Santa Fe. Last updated again in 2013, it is expected to be more suitable to match the competition of Toyota and Honda SUV. According to “Automotive News”, this is likely to involve 8 alternative passengers. The current car contains a third row, with the seat capacity up to 7.
The prevailing trends at this time involve the expansion of premium trim offers and the addition of active safety technology. In 2017, Hyundai Santa Fe gained automatic braking as an option available for the first time. Other advanced features include adaptive adjustment control, lane departure warning, automatic high beams and more. Unfortunately, there are no indications yet that any of these features will become a standard.
Under the hood, all versions of the current Hyundai Santa Fe come equipped with a 3.3 liter V6 production 290 hp with 252 lb-ft of torque, with either a choice of front-wheel drive or four-wheel drive configurations. Currently, there are no indications of what Hyundai has in store in the redesigned car.
The all-new 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe will debut for the first time at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2018. Honda’s competitors include Pilot, Toyota Highlander and Chevrolet Traverse. Official pricing is still far from the road. For reference, the current Hyundai Santa Fe starts at $31,800 including the destination and ranges up to $42,250 for the ultimate limited.