The Santa Fe is promoted as one of the most advanced of the Hyundai Crossovers and SUVs yet. This five-passenger SUV is one of the most popular vehicles at Petaluma Hyundai and comes in an extensive range of seven luxurious trims such as the SE, SEL, SEL Plus, Limited, Limited 2.0T, Ultimate and Ultimate 2.0T, each featuring some amazing specs and technologies. We quickly cycle through the features and feature-rich trim packages of 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe below.
Features Visible on Santa Fe
The Santa Fe is complete with the best of engine power, torque distribution, road grip, traction, safety, comfort, technology, connectivity and support that makes it the most cherished and highly popular family-adventure vehicle. Some fantastic features using technology for better experience include Heads Up Display, Wireless Charging pad (Qi compatible), Smartphone plus voice-based control that gives you the ability to even lock / unlock and start / stop your vehicle from outside using the Blue Link connected service. Connectivity is enhanced using Apple Car Play and Android Auto integration. The Smart Cruise Control with Start/Stop is another feature that makes driving the Santa Fe pleasurable. The Full LED Lighting Package give your SUV some attitude and modernity.
2019 Santa Fe SE, SEL & SEL Plus
The Santa FE comes with leading-edge design with its bold looks and sculpted front facia. You get a 2.5L IL-4 engine that delivers 185 Hp and 178 lb-ft of torque. GDI DOHC 16 Valve with D-CVVT valvetrain is standard across the trims and so is a Front Wheel Drive (FWD) with 8-speed automatic SHIFTRONIC transmission. You can upgrade to an HTRAC All Wheel Drive (AWD) for equal torque distribution between the front and rear axles for better stability and traction. On the luxurious interiors you get a 7-inch display audio system that supports Bluetooth. Some superb safety features include Forward Collision Alert, Blind Spot Collision Avoidance Assist and Rear Cross-traffic Collision Avoidance Assist. The SEL onwards you get a Proximity Key with Push-button start that’s very handy and eliminates the requirement of physical keys to start / stop your car. You also get an upgraded 7-inch color LCD display cluster and 8-way power adjustable seats. The SEL Plus goes a notch higher adding a hands-free liftgate that works with the proximity key, a rear occupant alert and dual temperature control.
Limited & Limited 2.0T
Both have some common features such as a Panoramic Sunroof, LED head, tail and fog lights and leather seating. The only difference is the engines with the Limited continuing the same engine, while the Limited 2.0 we got to test ride at Petaluma Hyundai dealership gets a powerful 235 horsepower, 2.0L turbo GDi engine.
Ultimate & Ultimate 2.0T
Engine configuration continues in the same pattern, but you get some added convenience with the Surround View Mirror, an 8-inch touchscreen display with navigation, wireless charging and Heads-up display and a Blue Link Guidance Package is standard. Heated and Ventilated front seats, and heated rear seats with 2-mode high / low control add luxury and convenience.