Tinley Park Area 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe

Overview

Consumer Guide recommends 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe, giving it the Best Buy Award in its class. What makes a three-row SUV better than its rivals? Some would say it is the fashion and features. Others would point to the competitive performance and easy handling. We hear from customers that the combination of its lower price point and long warranties are another draw. Check out this review serving Tinley Park drivers. Then, to learn more about 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe, contact Oak Lawn Happy Hyundai.

Interior

Some brands hold back on their base editions. The Santa Fe serving Tinley Park goes the other direction. You start with dual-zone automatic temperature controls, a tilt-telescoping steering wheel and a power driver's seat. The seats wear Yes Essentials cloth. This stain-resistant fabric allows for thorough cleanup of all spills, leaving no stain or odor. This helps the vehicle retain its resale value. Also helping with that, the trim is satin-finished for a long-lasting rich appearance. For a more premium look, you can opt for the rich leather on a higher edition. Keeping you warm, there's a heated steering wheel and up to two rows of heated seats. Keeping you cool, you can get ventilated seats and a rear sunshade. On the dash, you've got a touchscreen system with such modern components as Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. How many do you need to seat? Santa Fe models offer a standard seven-seat layout with an alternative six-seat cabin. The vehicle has 160 cu.ft. of space for everyone to wiggle around in. That's important when it comes to kids. Organization is easier with under-the-floor compartments. Cargo hauling isn't hard either since folded seats let you expand to 80 cu.ft. of flat space. The power liftgate lets you in with just a push of a button. Getting information about trim level prices is easy with Tinley Park Area 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Quotes. Contact Oak Lawn Happy Hyundai, home of Hyundai Santa Fe specials to Tinley Park.

Exterior

Curb appeal has been a hallmark of the Santa Fe since its conception. Despite its size, it has a dressy look. That's helped along by the new light signature and a brushed-look grille. Redesigned headlights flank a revised front fascia. Silver trim accents dress the wheels. Dual exhaust outlets spice up the revised rear fascia. Color choices have expanded with the addition of a handsome Storm blue. If you want something sportier, you can opt for the SE edition with its larger wheels and rear spoiler. Hyundai packs on the exterior driving aids. You'll see and be seen with LED running lights and automatic headlights. Power-defrost side mirrors eliminate moisture quickly. Built-in turn signals are added to the Limited's side mirror. If you step up to the Ultimate trim, you also step up to 19-inch alloy wheels. For cold weather, the wiper de-icer is definitely an asset. Hyundai Santa Fe specials to Tinley Park are often available. You can learn all about it when you contact Oak Lawn Happy Hyundai.

Mechanical

Drive Mode Select is a new feature for the Santa Fe. Drivers can use the system to reduce fuel use with an Eco mode or go for a racier ride by choosing the Sport setting. Hill assist control keeps the SUV from rolling backwards when you shift from park to drive on an incline. Also protecting your brakes and gears from wear and tear, a downhill brake controller keeps your speed steady and even on a downward slope. A smart suspension regulates stiffness for handling by ensure the give needed for a smoother ride. All-wheel drive adds active cornering control. The well-calibrated six-speed automatic transmission and precision steering make it easier to drive. All of these aspects contribute to the overall feeling of control that you get behind the wheel of the Santa Fe.

Performance

Knowing that the driver needs serious power for this three-row ride, engineers employed a powerful V6. US News and World Report has noted that this engine works well even if you have filled the cabin with people or cargo. Abundant acceleration and no fuss are how an Edmunds review describes it. The V6 engine spits out 290 horsepower. The high level of torque, rated at 260 lb.-ft., ensures competitiveness when traffic is busy or the load is heavy. In addition to cargo duties, this SUV can tow up to 5,000 pounds. Fuel economy was improved for 2017 through the use of special engineering techniques. Yet Hyundai managed to preserve the SUV's performance.

Safety

Drivers have a special knee airbag in the Santa Fe, which has seven airbags. The rearview camera can now be upgraded to a multi-view camera for better parking every time. A blind spot monitor notifies the driver about traffic on the vehicle's flanks. Stop-start cruise control is ready to regulate your speed to match traffic flow. Lane departure warnings help you stay straight in the lines. Pedestrian detection supplements the frontal collision warning. Automatic braking may reduce your injuries in a crash or prevent the wreck all together. Systems combine electronic monitoring, cameras, and radar to great effect. Dynamic bending light include self-regulating high beams. All of these and other crash avoidance features are available on the Santa Fe serving Tinley Park.

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