The kid brother of Hyundai's popular Santa Fe crossover, the Santa Fe Sport uses its compact size to its advantage, delivering an engaging driving experience on par with the best in its class. While there's no third row, the Sport is more than capable of transporting five passengers and whatever they want to bring along.
What's New for 2017
The Santa Fe Sport gets a significant refresh that includes restyled front and rear fascias, a selectable driving mode system, and a host of newly available safety technology.
Choosing Your Santa Fe Sport
The Sport is about 8.5 inches shorter than the standard Santa Fe, but interior room still ranks among the leaders of its class. If you don't require seven-passenger capacity, you'll be rewarded with a highly maneuverable and energetic compact crossover. The base 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine produces 185 horsepower, and you can opt for a 2-liter turbo with a stout 240 horsepower. A six-speed automatic transmission comes standard, along with selectable driving modes (Normal, Eco, Sport). All-wheel drive can be added to any model for $1,750.
The Santa Fe Sport is offered in Base, 2.0L, and 2.0L Ultimate trim levels:
Since the Sport shares much of its equipment (both standard and optional) with the midsize Santa Fe, you can put together one luxurious compact crossover. However, all that goodness comes at a price. Be aware that a fully loaded Sport can surpass the price of some premium-branded vehicles of similar size.
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