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2011 Hyundai Santa Fe

2011 Hyundai Santa Fe Review

(3 Stars)  Cool, stylish, and loaded with value

Reviewed by Automobile Magazine on

Overview
The Hyundai Santa Fe has been around since 1991 and this was the first sports utility from this company. The cumbersome styling of the Santa Fe has been one of the many hurdles it has had to overcome through the years among other issues with a not so efficient engine and heavy altogether package. The Santa Fe has overcome most all of the initial issue that was presented by its design. The Ford Escape and Honda CR-V both have been a tough competition in the early years of the Santa Fe, but in recent years through a lot of redesigning and new engineering.

The newest renovations to the Santa Fe include the addition of a more powerful and very competitive engine and a much more recent and capable transmission package. The newer and larger SUV offers a much needed external overhaul as well. The 2011 Santa Fe comes with a much more fuel efficient 2.4 liter inline 4 cylinder engines and an optional upgrade to a 3.3 liter or 3.5 liter motor. There are other interior and exterior options packages available in the upgraded trim models of the Santa Fe.

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