2018-2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Wagon




2018-2019 Hyundai Santa Fe – this is the first crossover in the lineup the Korean auto company.
And it was designed 2018-2019 Hyundai designers themselves.
Unlike competitors, roomy and solid Santa Fe sell at lower prices, but this does not mean that it is to them in some way inferior.



Santa Fe appeared in 2000 and, apparently, the company is not too hurried to deduce his firstborn to the market, taking into account that the automobile boom in crossovers lasted for five years.
Also reasonable price, Santa Fe attracted reliability and minor maintenance costs.



The car was equipped with gasoline engines R4, of 2 and 2.4 liters and output of 136 and 155 hp, and the 2.7-liter petrol the V6, capacity of 173 hp
Sets and 2-liter turbodiesel, issuing 112 hp
In the secondary market is the most popular 2-liter petrol engine, probably due to a manual transmission and front wheel drive.
All benzomotory are reliable, but they have big demands on the quality of gasoline and maintenance.



Manual, also brings rare, this applies to the “machine”, if you change the working fluid at the time of 45 thousand km.
If you do not use Santa Fe as an SUV, problems with the transmission will not be.
Updates of 2005 appearance almost not affected, they mainly concerned the interior.
The only pity insulation and remained at a high level is not.
Crossover Length – 4500 mm, width – 1845 mm, height – 1730 mm.
Wheelbase – 2620 mm.
Body Type – wagon.
Seats – 5 Doors – 5.



R4 petrol engines and V6.
Displacement – 1997 and 2656 cm / cu.
Maximum power – 136 and 173 hp at 5800 and 6000 rpm.
Maximum torque – 183 and 255 Nm at 4600 and 4000 rev / min.
Transmission – 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic gearbox.



Maximum speed – 174 and 182 km / h.
Acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h is 12.2 and 11.5 seconds.
Fuel consumption per 100 km: city – 13.1 and 14.9 l track – 7.6 and 9.3 liters.
Drivetrain – front and full.
Curb weight – 1675 and 1765 kg.
The luggage compartment is increased from 850 to 2100 liters.
The second-generation 2018-2019 Hyundai Santa Fe appeared in 2006.
It established 2,7- and 3,3-liter petrol V6, capacity of 189 and 235 hp
respectively, as well as turbo diesel with 2.2-liter and 150 hp
And the Paris Motor Show of 2008 provided Santa Fe with a hybrid power plant.


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