Comments - Hyundai Unveil Two All-New 2013 Santa Fe Models at NYC

Published: Apr 05, 2012
Description: Hyundai is looking to build on the success of the Santa Fe crossover, which has been a big hit for the brand, by introducing not one, but two all-new models. One is a two-row Sport model, and the othe...
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Description: Hyundai claim they are good for 33mpg and 31mpg on the highway respectively. Both engines are mated to a six-speed automatic transmission and can be had with AWD, while the Sport comes with torque-vec...
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Sonia Conciatore Feb 20, 2013
I want this car
Cho Dan Apr 10, 2012
MotoringExpert, funny, your screen name is an oxymoron, because you are not.
Anders Larsen Apr 10, 2012
Awesome car. Take this over highlander anyday
Andrew Downing Apr 09, 2012
Yeah, it's called "Hyundai Motor Group", and it was formed when Hyundai bought 51% of Kia. As of 2011 Hyundai still owns almost 50% of Kia. I recommend that before telling someone to 'go look it up' - well, you go look it up.
wfdowns Apr 07, 2012
I hope ur talking to someone else and Hyundai dosent own Kia Hyundai and Kia are part of a motor group neither owns the other go look it up
Lawrence Ng Apr 07, 2012
Motoring experts??! NOT!!
Eric Fwunago Apr 07, 2012
Hyundai owns Kia dumbass
wfdowns Apr 07, 2012
that looks nothing like the sportage and even if they looked similar its OK cause there the same vehicle, but on a side note that grill is a little to big otherwise looks great
MotoringExpert Apr 06, 2012
Hyundai copies KIA SPORTAGE
Jose Hernandez Apr 05, 2012
I'm glad I didn't buy my wife the normal santa fe, because these look phenomenal!
Matt Piccolo Apr 05, 2012
The fronts really odd
Matthew McKernan Apr 05, 2012
This looks really good, hyundai is really stepping up their game.
Timothy Hooker Apr 05, 2012
Dang. Look out Mercedes GL
Description: Buyers needing a seven-passenger model will find the new Santa Fe is a significant 121kg lighter than the 2012 model. The three-row model also has an additional four inches of wheelbase and a more pow...
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Description: The 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport will hit dealerships in late summer, followed by the roomier Santa Fe in January 2013. Prices should be announced nearer to those times.
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Bailey Roberts Apr 15, 2012
I like it :) Hyundai sure is changing for the good. You hear their name more now.
Matt Piccolo Apr 06, 2012
@ sean, I agree looks like a mixture of those two, but the fronts weird.. The fog lights are too big and yea idk looks odd, I'd rather an escape, crv, cx-5 etc
Scotty Gee Apr 06, 2012
I actually thought this was the upcoming Subaru Crosstrek when I saw it. That's about the only new vehicle I see in orange anymore.
Scotty Gee Apr 06, 2012
Whoa! Headlight washers on a Hyundai?! Nice.
dulee Apr 05, 2012
Hyundai is starting to make some nice looking cars.
Sean Murphy Apr 05, 2012
front kinda looks like new Mazda cx 5 and ford escape
Tyler Chess Apr 06, 2012
They do that alot. You gotta get a charcoal color so it blends in.
Matt Piccolo Apr 05, 2012
Not a fan... I really hate the plastic trim on this
Walter Alexander Thomas Apr 05, 2012
That grill is shapped like the grill on fords
Matt Piccolo Apr 05, 2012
Fronts awkward... I don't like it
Dave Lewis Apr 05, 2012
looks like a kuga!
Andy Demar Mexicann Cho Apr 05, 2012
I like the simple yet sharp design
Chang Kuk Hwang Apr 06, 2012
Well ... Seems okay to me.
Lawrence Ng Apr 07, 2012
Yes, I feel the same too. Kia/hyundai cars were crappy 10 yrs ago. Now, their cars can give Japanese cars a run for their money. The current Santa Fe is just ok, due to outdated interiors. But this really looks good. And the extra 4 inches might just be enough to make it a real 7 seater. Caveat- I live in Malaysia n the car market here is really stunted, so we get lousy cars at premium cars price!...
wfdowns Apr 07, 2012
that's rite, I'm a Subaru lover to the core but I love my Kia koup, gonna be hard when it comes to trade it in, the thing has crazy amounts of grip and is a blast to drive and fully loaded for just under 20k great value.. Hyundai and Kia have stepped up there game and keep getting better
Paul Konstek Apr 06, 2012
I agree with Mike, how far that have come is amazing. You have to be a brand snob to atleast not consider a Hyundai or Kia
Matt Piccolo Apr 06, 2012
The current one is crap, my dad has one, 2010, interior looks like its from 2004 or something... This is okay, still not great
Paul Lissona Apr 06, 2012
That's actually an automatic that they use. And the current Santa fe can have a stick shift though.
Mike Aguilar Apr 05, 2012
I sell cars for a living. And get to sit in a lot of vehicles on a daily basis. If you want to talk about hard plastic everywhere, sit in an equinox or terrain. For a midrange crossover, Hyundai/KIA can compete with anyone in their class. They are only getting better. Are they for everybody? No, but for the class they compete against, they can definitely hold their own. And no, I do not sell for H...
comonurs Apr 05, 2012
leather on the dash are you mad it's a Korean SUV not an Italian supercar
Henz Herrero Apr 05, 2012
The quality of the interior didnt really improve much.. Looks like plastic everyhing.. Not even a tad of leather on the dash
Frederick Perez Apr 05, 2012
Hmm 5 spd SUV? I like!