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Santa Fe Sport Edmunds Review

eskfanrichardeskfanrichard Posts: 1
edited August 2015 in Hyundai
Edmunds lists the 2.0T engine as having 'lackluster acceleration', with a 0-60 time of 8.1 seconds. Was the reviewer thinking of another car?? Every other review I've seen on this engine rates its 0-60 performance at 6.6 seconds. Other reviewers list this as one of the vehicles' 'pros'.

I must address another comment in the review; I recently traded my 2013 CRV in for a brand-new 2015 Santa Fe Sport 2.0T Ltd. This car is DEFINATELY quicker than the CRV. Even at 185 hp, the CRV feels slow and lackluster compared to the SF's turbo engine.

Comments

  • steverstever Posts: 52,683
    Interesting. Any idea what numbers Consumer Reports came in at? They often seem close to our numbers.

    Maybe you'd be interested in starting a Reader's Ride Long Term Test? Those get published on the review pages right near the our "official" Long-Term Road Test pages.

    Welcome to the forum and watch out for cops. B)
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