Hyundai Santa Fe is a bold and aggressive looking vehicle with the quality features which assure comfort journey. This review provides general introduction, safety features, riding and handling for this car.

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Hyundai Santa Fe

Hyundai Santa Fe a cross over SUV which fits a family drive is big in style, comfort and power. Hyundai has worked a lot on all aspects of this vehicle and brought the product into a segment that had few giants from both global and Indian companies. The SUV is beautifully molded to look aggressive yet calm and elegant. While the commanding power source rumbles quietly under the hood, the car carries equipments to get the best out of this source. The car is designed to offer good control and it also has a range of safety aspects that should be present in a car which is used for top speed highway drives.

Ride And Handling
The Crossover SUV has an optional four wheel drive system and the torque distribution can be locked to this mode whenever needed. Although it is huge it is designed to handle like a car to suit the city limits. The suspension system on this vehicle gives good control and comfort even in bad road conditions. Although the car does not appear to be built for serious off road driving, it does perform well in all types of roads in the country side. The tyres are made of special material that give optimum road grip and also save fuel by good role ability. The car is equipped with an anti-lock braking system and with the ventilated discs mounted on front wheels to provide effective braking at all speeds.

Hyundai Santa Fe Variants
2199 cc, Diesel
2199 cc, Diesel
4x4 AT
2199 cc, Diesel
Hyundai Santa Fe Photos

The SUV is equipped with quality safety instruments that avoid accidents and also protect the passengers in case if there is one. The head restraints on front seats have the ability to bend forward when an impact to the car occurs from behind. This movement would protect the injuries that may occur to head or neck. The air bags cushion the front passengers and the second and third row passengers from side to avoid fatal injuries if the SUV rolls over. A sensor sits on the body of the car that can detect the angle between vehicular position and ground. This sensor helps activate the air bags before the roll over takes place. An electromechanical composition of systems keeps the torque, braking and traction level intact by using sensors and control systems that handle the relevant mechanical devices. This entire system is called the Electronic Stability Programme.

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