2013 HYUNDAI SANTA FE SPORT...AWD...HEATED SEATS...HEATED WHEEL...PARK ASSIST
Our 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport AWD SUV is loaded with features that are sure to please. This All Wheel Drive machine masters even the toughest road conditions and stands out from the crowd with it's bold stance..
This Santa Fe Sport comes very well equipped with all the things that matter most including heated seats, heated steering wheel leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio and cruise controls, Bluetooth connection, and so much more!
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- To find the right vehicle for you
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Visit Ericksen Infiniti in the west end at 17616 111 Avenue or talk to one of our Sales Consultants at1-866-327-4501
|Door mirrors||Body Colour|
|Number of doors||4|
|Roof rack||rails only|
|Internal memory capacity (GB)||1 GB|
|Wireless phone connectivity||Bluetooth|
|Lighting, Visibility and Instrumentation|
|Ground clearance (min)||185mm (7.3")|
|Drive type||all-wheel drive|
|Fuel economy city||11.0L/100 km|
|Fuel economy highway||8.4L/100 km|
|Fuel tank capacity||66.0L|
|Horsepower||264hp @ 6,000RPM|
|Number of valves||16|
|Recommended fuel||Regular Unleaded|
|Torque||269 lb.-ft. @ 1,750RPM|
|Transmission||6 speed automatic|
|Safety and Security|
|Adjustable head restraints||driver and passenger w/tilt|
|Seats and Trim|
|Max seating capacity||5|
|Specs and Dimensions|
|Compression ratio||9.50 to 1|
|Curb weight||1,752kg (3,862lbs)|
|Engine bore x stroke||86.0mm x 86.0mm (3.39" x 3.39")|
|Engine displacement||2.0 L|
|Engine horsepower||264hp @ 6,000RPM|
|Engine torque||269 lb.-ft. @ 1,750RPM|
|Exterior body width||1,880mm (74.0")|
|Exterior height||1,680mm (66.1")|
|Exterior length||4,690mm (184.6")|
|Front headroom||1,006mm (39.6")|
|Front hiproom||1,439mm (56.7")|
|Front legroom||1,120mm (44.1")|
|Front shoulder room||1,508mm (59.4")|
|Interior cargo volume||1,003 L (35 cu.ft.)|
|Interior maximum cargo volume||2,025 L (72 cu.ft.)|
|Passenger volume||3,058L (108.0 cu.ft.)|
|Rear headroom||992mm (39.1")|
|Rear hiproom||1,406mm (55.4")|
|Rear legroom||1,000mm (39.4")|
|Rear shoulder room||1,480mm (58.3")|
|Towing capacity||1,590kg (3,505lbs)|
|Turning radius||5.5m (18.0')|
|Basic warranty||60 months/100,000km|
|Corrosion perforation warranty||60 months/ unlimited distance|
|Powertrain warranty||60 months/100,000km|
|Roadside assistance coverage||36 months/ unlimited distance|
out of 5
I love my new veichle and am so happy we were able to come to a compromise on price. The staff were great and helpful and everyone made things go smoothly. Trace listened to everything and was great.
out of 5
I probably shouldn't be reviewing my SantaFe until I see if they can fix all the problems I'm having with it first. The main problem is in the steering. It wanders all over the road. It's continuous work keeping it between the lines on the highway. Hopefully they can fix it on Tuesday. The moulding on the windshield keeps coming off. And the power points don't work even after I changed the burnt fuse. I will say though it is easy to parallel park. I'm getting used to the many blind spots it has and am adapting.
out of 5
Just took the vehicle on its first road trip to BC and it performed very well, were very happy with this purchase. The sales and support team have been excellent & I look forward to working with your service team in the near future..
out of 5
Overall it's good, but the sort of heavy on gas as compared to given economy.
out of 5
So far so good, my only complaint is that when you use the remote start the vehicle turns off when you hit the brake to put it in gear. Then you have to start it again to drive.
out of 5
This is my 3rd Hyundai product but my first Santa Fe. The reason I choose Hyundai products is because of reliability,warranty,safety and last, value for your dollar. Having said that I highly recommend their products. The Santa Fe is such a well thought out SUV, very user friendly loaded with features of convenience and comfort, it rides very smooth and the two engine choices on the Sport models are both capable of producing the power to move people and cargo around efficiently while consuming acceptable fuel consumption.
out of 5
The 2013 Santa Fe I have is actually the Limited and not the Premium for starters. This Santa Fe had replaced a 2008 Veracruz Limited that was bit of lemon which is unfortunate because it was a vehicle that I really liked. Not to compare apples to oranges between the Veracruz and the Santa Fe but they where both Limited trim . I would have hoped that the Limited would have some of the same features across the two models but was disappointed to find they don't. Some features where added that are are very nice but some of the other features that are not on the Limited trim level of the Santa Fe seem to be simple things that made the Veracruz Limited stand out. Performance - The Santa Fe has great pick up for a small engine but the fuel economy with the 2.0T is awful compared with the 3.8 that is in the Veracruz. Even in eco mode the milage is bad and feels like a dud when its engaged. There is no lack of power when you need it though. It seems that fuel tank could have been larger as the range is quite low. The steering with selectable modes is a nice touch but it still doesn't make up for the fact it still steers like a lumber wagon. I have driven many other brands and Hyundai seems to be the worst, many reviews I have read agree that Hyundai's steering needs to addressed. The sport sift should be on the left of the drive tree as it's to far away from your body and if there is anything in the cup holder it gets knocked around while shifting. Comfort - Very smooth ride and the cabin seems to be fairly quiet except for the growl of the 4 cylinder engine under load. The seats are nice even tough they are a little narrow. the heated steering is nice touch and is very welcoming on cold days but makes me wonder why the seats can not have the same kind of switch so that when using the remote starter I don't have to suffer a cold back side while my hands are nice and toasty. I'm sure I'll appreciate the cooled seats once summer comes around. Interior - The cabin is nice looking and fairly well laid out with the Nav system easy to get around and the audio system sounds great but there are things that make me scratch my head, I can not tell what the climate system is currently set at unless I push a button, the info such as current temp settings, air flow and whether its in auto mode or not is hidden by ether the navigation or audio systems info, to know whats going on with the climate control pushing a button brings a banner up on the screen but soon disappears, it would be nice if the banner could stay all the time. Some audio setting like shuttle radio info need to be reset every time the car is restarted. At night the cabin is certainly missing some lighting feature that the Veracruz had that where handy and would have been nice to be included. Lights under the dash to illuminate the floor, lights to illuminate the cup holders, a light on the inside of the tailgate for when the hatch is open. the lights for the vanity mirrors on the visor instead of the roof, and at the very least a light in the glovebox, I have never had a vehicle at any price that did not have a light in the glovebox. A light or even a reflector on the edge of the door would have been nice for passing cars at night when the door is open. The panorama sunroof is nice even though I keep the shade closed to help retain heat. It would have been nice to have a second USB port in a hidden place like the glovebox or centre storage. The gages are nice but the fuel gage is a bit disconcerting with the blocks instead of a actual needle, on a low tank driving along thinking I have a lot of fuel the gage moves a block down and suddenly I'm panicked to find a gas station, a needle is more accurate. Exterior - The look of the Santa Fe has nice lines and is very sleek. The HID headlights are a nice touch but the LED eyebrows over the headlights are a bit much and could have been left off in lieu of LED tail lights, the same is true of the lights on the door handles that come on as you approach the car, having puddle lights on the mirrors would have been a much better choose. Another thing thats missing is auto dimming side mirrors. The biggest missing feature is a power tailgate, a vehicle of this price should have it as standard equipment. Reliability - I have not owned it long enough to have any issues yet so I can't comment on that . Value - Considering what I had payed for the Veracruz and the Santa Fe both of which where bought from Go Auto lots both Limited models at the same age the Veracruz being much cheaper and less kilometres the Veracruz was way more value than the Santa Fe hands down . Every thing that I mentioned that was missing from the Santa Fe was part of the limited trim package on the Veracruz, sure the Santa Fe has Navi but the price certainly reflects that. Other reasons for the low value score would be the fuel milage and what is available in other manufactures competitive models.
Ericksen Infiniti17616 - 111th Ave