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2013 Hyundai Santa Fe First Drive

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,112
edited September 2014 in Hyundai

image2013 Hyundai Santa Fe First Drive

Is a new name and a larger size enough to get the three-row Hyundai Santa Fe noticed in a crowded segment? We get behind the wheel to find out.

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  • dfelix70dfelix70 Posts: 143
    Almost a carbon copy of the Chevy Traverse, but the Chevy (newly updated) does it better, both interior and exterior. I think this new SF looks even duller than the Veracruz.
  • saw5343saw5343 Posts: 1
    dfelix70 obviously hasn't had an eye exam in decades.
  • canddmeyercanddmeyer Posts: 410
    Nice V6, but overall it's too expensive.
  • namwalnamwal Posts: 1
    Thought about buying the limited edition but was disappointed. I own a Veracruz Limited and absolutely love it but Hyundai did away with option I really love like the memory seats which also adjusted the outside mirror, steering wheel and pedals. The power pedals and power adjustable steering wheel are no longer available, and you can no longer get the memory seats. Since I'm 6' and my wife is 5' it was a great option for us. The "Technology Package" means that in order to get the Navigation package and upgraded stereo system you must also get the panoramic sunroof which is a waste as far as I am concerned and takes away head space and looks cheap when the "shade" is pulled across as you can see light through the cracks. Rather have my Veracruz.......I'll wait another year and see if Hyundai makes any better changes.
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