New Hyundai Santa Fe UK Pricing Announced

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Hyundai’s new Santa Fe, revealed by the Korean manufacturer at the 2012 New York International Auto Show, will arrive in the UK this October with prices to start from £25,495 for the 2.2-litre CRDi Style 2WD model.
Tony Whitehorn, President and CEO, Hyundai Motor UK, said: “Globally Hyundai has decided to keep the Santa Fe nameplate as it has, and continues to be, a hugely popular product with customers and is synonymous with the Hyundai brand. We know that Santa Fe buyers are amongst our most loyal customers and it is their feedback that has helped to shape the new model.

The new Santa Fe will be powered in Britain exclusively by the equally new 2.2-liter diesel engine that puts out an impressive 197PS and 311lb ft of torque. Six-speed manual or automatic transmissions will be available, ensuring the SUV is capable of delivering 47.9 mpg on the combined UK cycle.

“The 4WD manual Santa Fe too makes an appealing fleet choice with a combined fuel consumption figure of 46.3mpg and 159g/km. The automatic model is almost on par with the outgoing manual version delivering 41.5mpg and just 178g/km,” Hyundai says.

There are three trim levels available, starting with Style, which gets you 18-inch alloy wheels, body coloured door handles, body coloured door mirrors with integrated indicator lights, reverse parking sensors, daytime running lights, self-levelling suspension (seven seat only) and a rear spoiler with high-mounted brake light.

The interior of the base model also has air conditioning, Bluetooth with voice recognition, multi-function steering wheel and Hyundai’s adjustable Flex Steer system.

Moving on, the second grade is called Premium and adds touchscreen satellite navigation, reverse parking camera with Parking Guidance System, electric folding door mirrors with puddle lamps, dual zone climate control, heated front seats, roof rails, chrome effect door handles and black or beige leather seat trim. Prices for the Premium models begin at £28,995.

Lastly, there’s the range-topping Premium SE trim level, which comes with 19-inch alloy wheels, electric driver’s seat adjustment, Panoramic sunroof, Xenon headlights, keyless entry with engine start/stop button, front parking sensors, Smart Parking Assist, tyre pressure monitoring system, Supervision Cluster with LCD display.

All models come with ESP, Hill Start Assist, Vehicle Stability Management, Trailer Stability Assist and seven airbags, plus Hyundai’s 5 year Triple Care package.
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