Review: 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Game Changing Crossover

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You’ve already seen the first pictures of the 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport, but the brand new SUV has hit the dealership floor!

It’s even more stylish in person, and the smooth ride combined with simple to use special features make the 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport a great new choice in the SUV market.

This five passenger Crossover is replacing the Hyundai Veracruz. The long, fluid designed is incredibly stylish, and this is a fun SUV to drive.

View the Hyundai Santa Fe Brochure. 

When we hoped behind the wheel, we were taken by how comfortable the Santa Fe Sport is. The seats are a perfect height, plenty of legroom for a taller driver, and the leather steering wheel is really one of the most comfortable steering wheels you can grip.

As far as features go, the Santa Fe Sport has a lot, but they are some of the easiest to use. Other manufactures get too caught up in buttons, and it’s easy to overwhelmed by pushing buttons and focusing on the road.

The Hyundai Santa Fe Sport has easy to use buttons for features, audio and cruise right on the wheel, and it’s easy to control your audio and Bluetooth setting on the center console.

Features are also a great part of the Santa Fe Sport. You’ll get available heated leather seats, rearview camera, BlueLink,  alloy wheels, and hands-free Bluetooth.

The brown  leather seats are incredibly stylish.

If you’re looking to open it up on the road, switch to the sport mode, and you’ll be surprised of what the Santa Fe Sport is capable of.

It comes in front wheel or all wheel drive.

The back seat is also roomy, as our taller tester wasn’t fighting for legroom as he tested the back seat. For that road trip, there is a huge trunk space for all your luggage.

It’s also a more fuel efficient vehicle than the Veracruz, with up to 33 mpg.

The new Santa Fe Sport will be powered by a 190-hp, 2.4 liter direct engine four-cylinder engine and a 264-hp, 2.0 liter turbo four cylinder engine is another option.

It has 30 percent more steel than the exiting Veracruz, and it’s longer horizontally but shorter vertically.

The Santa Fe Sport is available in 9  exterior colors and two  choices of leather and cloth seats.

Overall, we think the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport is a game changer on the crossover SUV market. We immediately fell in love with this vehicle.

Contact 1-877-331-4824 to learn more information and schedule to be one of the first to get behind the wheel of the 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport!

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