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The new Hyundai Santa Fe will cost from £33,425 when Hyundai begins sales on 1 September.

The fourth-generation SUV's opening price applies to the entry-level 2.2-litre diesel variant, which comes in SE form and with two-wheel drive. It includes 17in wheels, a 7.0in touchscreen infotainment system (with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto) and driver assist features such as lane-keep assist, among other standard features.

Opt for a £36,425 Premium model and the seven-seater gains 18in wheels, an 8.0in touchscreen infotainment system with live services and traffic messaging, plus wireless phone charging. Top-of-the-range Premium SE cars cost from £41,795 and add rear cross traffic alert with brake assist technology and 19in wheels.

The new Santa Fe's design is derived from the smaller Hyundai Kona and Hyundai Nexo SUVs, with split headlight clusters and a trapezoidal grille. At 4770mm long and 1890mm wide, it is 70mm longer and 10mm wider than the outgoing model. The additional length also brings about a longer wheelbase, with leg room for rear passengers said to have been improved.


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erly5 9 February 2018

Looks good

But why are most of the so-called premium manufacturers so poor at designing attractive SUVs. The Q3, Q7, GLE and all X BMWs (except new X2) are completely horrendous. Santa Fe, Sportage, Edge, XC90, XC60, NX and CX-5 are all better looking or more interesting than anything the German big three currently produce. 

giulivo 7 February 2018

This looks lovely

I think it regains top spot among 5+2 soft roaders. With the Kodiaq, Tiguan LWB, 5008, Sorento , X-trail and Outlander, the choice is vast.
catnip 6 February 2018

I think the ultra slim LED

I think the ultra slim LED headlight units look great, contrast these with the oversized, blobby units manufacturers such as Mercedes are currently fitting. And the high set central screen, with seperate climate control dials is surely much safer to operate on the move than, for example the tablet solution that Volvo is offering .