Used Hyundai Santa Fe

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The 2009 Santa Fe by Hyundai is a 4-door family mover in the midsized SUV category. However, this sport utility doesn’t make an intimidating challenge to others in its class. But affordability and safety are Hyundai’s traits. Their vehicles including the Santa Fe are worthy of the buyer’s consideration. The Santa Fe features USB and iPod inputs. One bad side is the Santa Fe’s breaking power. Owners will need to make allowances for longer breaking distances compared to others vehicles in its segment.

Estimated Price Range for Used Hyundai Santa Fe: $1,800-27,000
Estimated MPG for Hyundai Santa Fe: 19 City/26 Hwy
Available Trims: Limited, GL, GLS
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The 5-passenger Santa Fe delivers adequate performance. It is available in the base GLS, the SE, and the Limited models. A choice of front wheel or all wheel drive is offered across all the variants. The GLS FWD comes in 5-speed manual and optional 4-speed automatic transmission. The GLS AWD is available in 4-speed AT. The SE FWD and AWD variants are fitted with a 5-speed automatic. So are the FWD and AWD Limited models.

The GLS are powered by a 2.7 liter, MPI, 24-valve DOHC V6 gasoline engine that gives 185 horsepower at 6,000 RPM. The SE and Limited Santa Fe variants are propelled by a larger 3.3 liter, 24-valve DOHC, MPI, V6 that produces 242 horsepower at 6,000 RPM gasoline engines. Both of these power plants achieve fuel efficiency at 17/24 mpg city/highway. A 115-volt power outlet comes as an option in the Limited variant.

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