Hyundai Santa Fe Car Market Stats

Current Average Santa Fe Dealer Prices
2010 Hyundai Santa Fe £7957
2011 Hyundai Santa Fe £9707
2012 Hyundai Santa Fe £10952
2013 Hyundai Santa Fe £15280
2014 Hyundai Santa Fe £18783
2015 Hyundai Santa Fe £21614
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2.4 4x4
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2.0 CRTD CDX 5dr
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2.0 CRTD CDX Auto
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2.7 CDXi Automatic
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FAQs

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Which Santa Fe has the best MPG?
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2.2 CRDi Blue Drive Premium 5dr [5 Seats] - 47.1 MPG
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What is the starting price for the Santa Fe range?
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RRP from £32225
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Which is the fastest?
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2.2 CRDi Blue Drive Premium 5dr [5 Seats] - 0-62 MPH in 9.0s
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What are the dimensions of a Hyundai Santa Fe?
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The typical size of a Santa Fe is 4700mm x 1880mm
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What is the lowest Santa Fe insurance group?
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27A

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Hyundai Santa Fe User Reviews

09/08/2017 20:45:49 Barry Cox
4.0
" Great car I use it for towing a Swift Challenger 580 SE can`t fault it loads of room and power "
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10/01/2017 17:24:56 Michael Hall
4.3
" Just as good as any of the major brands. Only drawback is poor fuel consumption "
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22/12/2016 08:04:56 Rick Parrott
4.0
" A comfortable car with all the extras - satnav, all leather, electric sunroof & driver's seat, heated front seats, climate, cruise control, auto lights & wipers. Nice auto gearbox with no lag and plenty of power for accelerating/ towing and the option to flick across into clutchless manual changes. Quite nimble for a big car and town driving is no effort at all. Not the most economical as expected in a big car, but I get about 27mpg in town by driving sensibly and 47mpg on a run. massive boot and mine is the 5 seater which means that under the floor of the regular boot I have another 'secret boot' where the 2 extra seats would be fitted on a 7 seat version. Fold the 60:40 rear seats forward (almost flat) and you've got a small van. A full size alloy spare wheel hangs below. In conclusion - a very comfortable car which eats up the miles on a trip but is also a pleasure to drive in town. Cheaper than a Landrover Freelander and with more standard kit, and scores better on most reliability ratings. "
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18/10/2016 19:22:54 Chris Edwards
3.7
" The only vehicle which.at a reasonable price, will handle the larger caeavans. Good performance with the 2.2l diesel and reasonable economy. "
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04/10/2016 14:33:32 George Howells
4.7
" Had mine for 10 years and 166k miles and it still going strong. A great workhorse and good car. "
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