2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Test Drive & Crossover SUV Video Review

www.autobytel.com The 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe is a brand new redesign that makes this the 3rd generation automobile. It’s hard to believe that the Santa Fe came out back in 1998. Back then there were not many crossovers on the market yet. Now that practically every automobile manufacturer has a crossover, Hyundai is playing it smart. They have gotten rid of the Veracruz model and then Hyundai has created a long wheel base and a short wheel base Santa Fe. Prices start at 450. There are 2 different engine options available on the 2013 Santa Fe Sport. The first is a direct injected 2.4 liter 4-cylinder engine that makes 190 horsepower and 181 lb-ft. of torque. The second engine is a 2.0 liter turbocharged and gasoline direct injected motor that makes 264 horsepower and 269 lb-ft. of torque. The standard transmission is a 6-speed automatic. Fuel economy is 31 MPG combined for the turbo and 33 MPG combined for the naturally aspirated engine. On the inside the 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport has a great 8-inch Navigation as an option. The panoramic sunroof is ultra cool and lets rear passengers enjoy the fresh air and sunlight. The Santa Fe Sport comes standard with many great features like cruise control, power windows and locks, Bluetooth, and steering wheel mounted audio controls to name a few. Safety wise the Santa Fe comes with 7 airbags, stability control, traction control, and anti-lock brakes. These items are all standard on the 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport. Many
Video Rating: 4 / 5

25 thoughts on “2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Test Drive & Crossover SUV Video Review

  1. giannial1985

    I’ve been in the new Hyundai’s and there build quality and so on, is on par with Honda, Toyota and Nissan. Only thing that Hyundai needs to improve on, is there 4 cyl engine refinement, which has been achieved on the new Santa Fe, and there ride and handling balance. Other than that, they’re good vehicles.

  2. William Stitt

    Not at all FVGOTCH I have a Kia and I have had nuthing but issues with it. They kept saying there’s no proble at all wee can’t find any. So I took it to a Kia specialist not par of the company with in an hour they found a lot of issues and are replacing a few parts.

  3. TV843

    Oh, wait… I need to go find a video for some car that I don’t like and then spend all my time leaving comments about it while boasting about how great what I’ve got is. Maybe I’ll be a Mustang lover who goes and watches Camaro videos and says, “Damn, Camaros are shit, but Mustangs rock.” If you hate Hyundais so much, why watch them??? Go away you friggen troll. If you love Subarus, go watch Subaru videos and say something nice about them.

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  5. AquAcid

    Jealous? I own a forester xt with a 2011 wrx swap putting out over 300hp. I would be suicidal if i owned a hyundai or had some dumb wife that liked hyundais.

  6. Tednessful

    You obviously are talking about the outgoing SantaFe. Foresters are lowering prices because the new 2014 model is around the corner.

  7. Tednessful

    This is by far the best option in the segment. It looks almost premium and doesn’t get a blush parked next to an X3. In Europe, where LWB isn’t available, most versions are 7 seaters with a leading class 200hp turbo diesel engine and delicious 6-speed manual stick.

  8. AquAcid

    btw the only reason i even test drove the hyundai was for a free gas card. i had trouble keeping a straight face looking at all the shitboxes on display

  9. AquAcid

    test drove both and got a forester xt. you obviously know nothing about mechanics. the awd in the hyundai is a joke an only goes to the front after 80/km hr. Also im talking about the canadian prices go on subaru.ca and hyundai.ca you will see. also the forester is much quieter and handles better. the interior is also better quality. Hyundai and luxury dont go together

  10. headly66

    You have never driven it, the Forester is a toy compared to the Santa Fe.

    2k more then a forester xt?? Yes, It’s 33k in the US for the same features (which aren’t the same)

    This cost of the SF is 35k in the US

    I leased mine for $399 mo

    You said it, they not even comparable, the Subaru is for soccer moms, the SF is a luxury crossover. The Subaru is much smaller.

  11. AquAcid

    hyundai is a joke this thing costs 2k more then a forester xt and the forester xt is not even compareable it smokes the shit out of this santa turd. costs 39500 in canada for a turbo santa fee LMAO

  12. akaknowseverything

    Get lost loser! like really, nobody cares what you really say, it’s just your fucking opinion and nobody is not going buy your useless speech!

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