It is without a doubt that the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe has come to set a new standard for automobiles. With its rebranded, unique, and innovative features, it is fast on the track to becoming one of the most sought-after SUVs in years to come. The 2019 SUV has a sharp and muscular appearance, which makes it aesthetically appealing. This new release also features technological innovations that qualify it as a trendsetter.
At first glance, the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe has a beautifully sculpted structure which balances effortlessly on its 17-inch alloy wheels. It possesses sleek and sharp headlamps and large chrome strips running across the bonnet’s full length. The SUV measures 4750 mm in length, 1879 mm in width, and has wheelbase clocks of 2766 mm.
The rebranding did not just end at the SUVs exterior features. One of the most prominent changes to its interior is its dashboard; the dash has been carefully revamped from the old vertical center stack design into a curvaceous horizontal design. It also has an HTRAC All Wheel Drive system and 8-speed automatic transmission. The 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe is more passenger-friendly as it has more elbow and legroom with its 60/40 split second-row fold-flat seats; it also includes reclination and a center armrest.
2019 Hyundai Santa Fe has been carefully designed to ensure the optimum protection of driver, passengers, and other road users. It features the Hyundai Smart Sense safety technologies which makes it a complete suite of smart and active safety features. It consists of Forward Collision Avoidance Assist, Driver Attention Warning, Lane Keep Assist, Safe Exit Assist, a 360-degree camera, Speed Limit Info Function, and Traffic Sensor.
One of the technological addition to the 2019 SUV is a 7-inch wide central touchscreen. It comes with the Android Auto which aids smartphone connectivity, as well as Apple CarPlay. It also has a wireless inductive charging pad which is Qi standard and an 8.5-inch head-up display that projects warnings onto the car’s windscreen. Other technological additions include the 630-watt 12-speaker Infinity Premium Audio and dual automatic climate control. The most impressive technological addition is the BlueLink Connected Car Service complimentary for 3 years which makes it possible for you to remote start with climate control, find your car remotely, and remotely lock or unlock your doors.
The 2019 SUV comes with three powertrain options. It has the 2.2-liter turbodiesel four-cylinder engine creating 200 horsepower and 320 pound-feet of torque. This gas engine has clearly been upgraded and it is turbocharged 2.0-liter in line-out, which makes it an estimated 232 horsepower. The most notable change to its engine is that they have all been paired with the Hyundai’s new eight-speed automatic transmission.
Featured Image: hyundaiusa.comPosted on June 11, 2018