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HYUNDAI SANTA FE 2011

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The South Korean Manufacturer Hyundai started the production of the Hyundai Santa Fe in 2000. The name of the car comes from the city of Santa Fe in New Mexico. Hyundai Santa Fe was the manufacturer s first foray into SUVs. Santa Fe is played a large role in the success of Hyundai in the United States.

The Hyundai Sante Fe 2011, through its features, pricing, and general offerings, is comparable to other small crossovers. However, its greater interior space sets it above them. In addition, a used Hyundai Sante Fe 2011 certainly shows its age in terms of style compared to the newer cars in the same category. But don t let that distract you from the fact it is still the biggest when it comes to compact crossovers.

You can find a used Hyundai santa Fe 2011 in three variants with some major differences in the offered features, which we will look at later in the article.

If you are looking for a used Hyundai Santa Fe 2011, then this review will help you better understand the general features being offered by this reliable Hyundai car. Beyond the differences based upon which variant you find, the Santa Fe 2011 is a solid investment.

HYUNDAI SANTE FE 2011: A REVIEW

When asked to give a Hyundai Sante Fe 2011 review, test drivers said it was a good value compared to other midsize SUVs because of the superior suite of features and milage. On top of that, Santa Fe has been ranked highly on safety scores. And even though it is not the most sporty-looking car, it remains one of Hyundai s reliable SUV offerings.

Let s have a look at the aesthetics and interior impressions of the Hyundai Santa Fe 2011.

The Hyundai Santa Fe 2011 at a glance:

The Hyundai Santa Fe 2011 is reasonably attractive but not as stylish as some other models available from Hyundai. The design does not follow conservative aesthetics but is functional and overall well-made. It has been noted that it doesn t have extremely high windows that affect visibility in so many models in the same category. It is a car that puts emphasis on form and functionality over pure aesthetics.

An inside look at the Hyundai Santa Fe 2011:

The Santa Fe offers an elegant interior aesthetic showcasing the quality and refinement that we have come to expect from Hyundai. The fittings have plenty of hard plastics but are thankfully broken by soft touchpoints. In addition, the Hyundai Sante Fe 2011 offers simple controls even with the navigation system that comes bundled with it.

Not everyone will be comfortable with the seating because of the overall high position of the seats and short bottom cushions. The second row of seats offers above-average comfort but does not offer the option to slide to adjust.

And the question of cargo capacity is essential for any sub-compact SUV. The Santa Fe 2011 offers an exceptional boot capacity in its category of vehicles. With 78 cubic feet of maximum capacity, the Santa Fe 2011 dwarfs its competitors regarding cargo capacity. The only way you can get more cargo capacity is if you scale up to a larger crossover SUV.

Used Hyundai Santa Fe 2011 models and features:

The Hyundai Santa Fe 2011 is a crossover with five-passenger seating and is available in three variants.

The basic variant is the Santa Fe GLS, which comes with 17-inch alloy wheels. It also offers privacy glass, roof-side rails, the mirrors are heated, and has a keyless entry. The GLS also offers cruise control, with rear-seat vents and a tilt and telescoping steering wheel. For entertainment, the GLS has a standard package with Bluetooth, an auxiliary audio jack, a CD player, and an iPod/USB audio interface, all blasting out of a six-speaker sound system.

The other variant is the Santa Fe SE, which comes equipped with bigger 18-inch alloy wheels. The front has automatic headlights, foglights, a windshield wiper de-icer, and roof rack cross rails. The interior offers significant upgrades in the form of an eight-way power driver seat with an adjustable lumbar. Additionally, leather/cloth upholstery with a leather-wrapped steering wheel and an auto-dimming rearview mirror also is included in the upgraded interior. The Santa Fe SE also offers the optional premium package, which adds a sunroof, a rearview camera, a touchscreen navigation system, and upgrades the audio system.

The Santa Fe Limited keeps the bigger tires, the sunroof, the rearview camera, and the navigation system of the SE variant. Additionally, it upgrades the interior air conditioning with dual-zone automatic climate control and heated front seats. The upholstery is upgraded and is full leather. The infotainment package is a 10-speaker Infinity surround-sound audio system with a six-CD changer. The Limited edition keeps the rear-view camera and navigation system offered in the Santa FE SE.

FAQs
How many models are available for the Hyundai Santa Fe 2011?

The used Hyundai Santa Fe offers three variants with differences in the wheels and infotainment systems, among other things.

  • Base GLS model with 17-inch alloy wheels with a standard Bluetooth and six-speaker sound system with an auxiliary audio jack, an iPod/USB interface, and satellite radio.
  • Santa Fe SE with 18-inch alloy wheels, automatic headlights with a rearview camera, a touch screen navigation system, and an upgraded sound system.
  • Santa Fe Limited keeps the 18-inch alloy wheels of SE and upgrades the infotainment package with a 10-speaker Infinity surround sound system with a six-CD changer.

What is the average mileage of a Santa Fe 2011?
The Santa Fe 2011, on average, gives 19/20 kilometers per liter in the city, while highway drives give a higher average mileage at 25 to 28 kilometers per liter.

Does Hyundai Santa Fe 2011 have automatic transmission?

The GLS offers a six-speed manual transmission as the standard, with an optional six-speed automatic transmission as optional. The Santa Fe 2011 Limited offers automatic transmission as the standard option.

What safety features are standard on the Hyundai Santa Fe 2011?

All models of Hyundai Santa Fe 2011 come with four-wheel antilock disk brakes, brake assist, traction, and stability controls. Additionally, front airbags and side curtain airbags are also included in the standard package. However, the rearview camera is optional.

What are the pros and cons of Santa Fe 2011?

Pros:

  • Excellent features for the price point
  • Spacious cabin
  • Excellent cargo capacity
  • Efficient V6 engine
  • Simple, easy to use controls

Cons:

  • The quality of the drive may not be comfortable for some people
  • The design does not look as modern, and the aesthetics may seem dated to newer buyers

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