The Hyundai Santa Fe has a versatile design for families large and small. Unlike the shorter SantaFe Sport, it can carry up to seven passengers in three rows of seats. It’s a also a viable option for commuters who use their car as mobile offices, boasting roomy seats and ample cargo space.
What's New for 2014
Blind spot detection is offered at all trim levels of the Hyundai Santa Fe. New technology packages feature parking assist. Well-equipped premium packages enhance their offerings across the board, giving Santa Fe a sharper edge in the 2014 model year.
Choosing your Hyundai Santa Fe
Those seeking the short-wheelbase Santa Fe Sport won't find it here—after rolling it into a single lineup with the long-wheelbase Santa Fe for 2013, Hyundai has reinstated unique lineups for 2014.
That leaves the long-wheelbase Santa Fe and two trim levels:
The Santa Fe Limited has a single option group—the Technology Package ($4,850)—with 19-inch wheels, xenon headlights, a panoramic sunroof, navigation, a heated steering wheel, heated and cooled front seats, an Infinity Logic 7 sound system, and more.
The decision to go with a GLS over a Limited may come down to seating capacity—whichever suits your needs and budget is a good choice.