Hyundai Prices Three-Row Santa Fe Crossover From $29,195
Hyundai today announced pricing for its seven-passenger Santa Fe crossover that we got our first peek at in New York last year. Not to be confused with the Santa Fe Sport, the Santa Fe’s two-row kid brother that has been on sale on sale since August, the Santa Fe can be configured to seat six or seven passengers and comes with a 290-hp, 3.3-liter V-6 and six-speed automatic. Taking over the mantle as Hyundai’s flagship crossover from the now-defunct Veracruz, the new Santa Fe should arrive in showrooms this February.
To get into a front-wheel-drive Santa Fe GLS, you’ll need to come up with $29,195; an all-wheel-drive GLS will set you back $30,945. Standard features include seven airbags, 18-inch aluminum wheels, Hyundai Blue Link, body-color exterior mirrors, a power liftgate, LED headlight signatures, and a six-speaker audio system with satellite-radio functionality and iPod, auxiliary, and USB inputs. GLS buyers then have the option of adding the $950 GLS Popular Equipment package, which includes roof rails, fog lights, automatic headlights, heated exterior mirrors, a windshield wiper de-icer (standard on all-wheel-drive models), a power driver’s seat, heated front seats, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob.
Buyers who’ve committed to the GLS Popular Equipment package can then opt for the $4100 GLS Leather and Navigation package, which brings a power front passenger’s seat, a heated steering wheel, leather seats with heated second-row seats, a rearview camera, side-mirror-mounted turn signals, a nav system with an eight-inch touch screen, dual-zone climate control, and a Dimension premium audio system. All in, you’re looking at $35,995 for an all-wheel-drive Santa Fe GLS.
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A step above that is the Santa Fe Limited, starting at $33,945 for front-wheel-drive models and $35,695 for all-wheel drive, which comes with everything included in the Popular Equipment package as well as: 19-inch aluminum wheels, proximity entry and push-button start, buckets seats in the second row rather than a bench, a 4.3-inch color audio display, and dual-zone automatic climate control. Those convinced their Santa Fe could be even sweeter can specify the $2900 Limited Technology package, which brings a 12-speaker Infinity audio system, a panoramic sunroof, rear-window shades, and the same navigation and infotainment package provided in the GLS Leather and Technology package. The grand total for the swankiest all-wheel-drive Santa Fe Limited money can buy is $38,595.