2018 Hyundai Santa Fe has begun testing. This midsize crossover SUV is heading into its final season before a full model-year 2019 redesign. The heavily camouflaged car has a few parts on it that look ready for production, while the others are covered in a dense layer of vinyl and fabric. Santa Fe will competes with midsizers such as the Honda Pilot, Ford Explorer, and Toyota Highlander.
2018 Hyundai Santa Fe Exterior and Interior Design
The exterior body Santa Fe has got an array of upscale refinements. The recently reshaped front and rear bumpers bring the Santa Fe more in line with the rest of Hyundai’s lineup. The wide air intake in the middle section of its front bumper has been featured with thick chrome borders. The headlights appear to have a stylish modification as it has been extended towards its front wheel base. A strip of LEDs run through the lowermost section of this headlight. This vehicle will get a face-lift, which will give attention to the back. Generally speaking, the updated Santa Fe boasts smart looks that help it stand out in the SUV segment.
While going to the inner parts, new Santa Fe has lodge limit of six to seven travelers with enough extra space to move around space for every traveler including the driver. Seats are supportive, but remain comfortable and as you’d expect, fully adjustable. Taking a gander at the entryway handles, arm rest and dashboard they are given a stylish and fantastic look. This model will be available with the 7 inch touchscreen, modern infotainment interface and good sound system. Concerning’s security characteristics it has double front and side airbags, Antilock brakes system (ABS) and Traction control system.
2018 Hyundai Santa Fe Price and Release Date
The 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe is expected to begin production in May and on-sale date in July. Official pricing isn’t available yet, but we currently estimate an range of $31,695 to $42,045.
2018 Hyundai Santa Fe Powertrain and Performance
Official engine isn’t available yet. However, possibility there won’t be dramatic changes as far as the mechanical department is concerned. 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe is going to be controlled by a 2.0 liter motor with four cylinder. It is relied upon to deliver more than consistent model. We’ve heard that Hyundai are also looking at introducing a 3.3 liter V6 engine is powerful and it makes 290 HP. Power will be sent to the road via a 6 speed transmission. To help in fuel utilization, fuel effectiveness of the 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe will be enhanced.