No side airbags, no active skid control systems. Thank god it's bottom heavy, should help in keeping the thing from rolling over.
Hyundais are traditionally poor overall when it comes to safety. You get what you pay for.
Did you you see the ABC Primetime report on SUV rollovers? http://abcnews.go.com/sections/primetime/2020/Primetime_001228_suvrollover_feature.html
They basically raise the question of whether a technology that exists that could save lives should be considered a "luxury" rather than a standard feature.
Here's a quote:
"More affordable models do not offer the electronic stability system. Even though manufacturers say it adds just $600 to $1,000 to the sticker price, it’s not an option on many lower-end SUVs. “Putting this as an option only on the high-end models of an SUV discounts the value of the life of someone who drives a basic model,” says David Pittle of the Consumer’s Union. “People who drive the basic model deserve the same safety protection as someone driving a high-end model …. This is not like picking leather seats or a high-end stereo. This is a critical safety device. It should be on all SUVs.”
Like I've said before, I can always buy a new car, I can't buy a new family.
Here are some of the SF photos u can find in SF owners club:1) http://photos.yahoo.com/dinoq62
2) My 2 sons were lying on the cargo space, its still has room for another kid. Very spacious. http://www.members.home.net/g7florist/sf/sf1.jpg
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