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By acing one of the most important and respected tests in the field of automotive safety, both the 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe and Santa Fe Sport have earned the Top Safety Pick + designation from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Hyundai also did well by earning Top Safety Pick designations for the Ioniq Hybrid, Tucson, Elantra, Elantra GT and the Sonata. “Hyundai was one of the leading brands for Top Safety Pick + and Top Safety Pick awards in 2018,” according to Hyundai VP Mike O’Brien. “The safety of our customers and their loved ones is paramount in our thinking when we design new vehicles.” Take advantage of special year-end offers now by visiting Chapman Hyundai Scottsdale.

Vehicles Must Score High in Tests

“We raised the safety bar for 2018,” according to IIHS president Adrian Lund. “Now vehicles have to achieve an even higher level of safety. Our Top Safety Pick and Top Safety Pick + awards help consumers zero in on the vehicles with the best overall performance for crash prevention and protection.” Vehicles have to score a rating of at least good in five different crash categories to earn a Top Safety Pick rating: head restraints, roof strength, side, small overlap front and moderate overlap front. Vehicles must also get a mark of “advanced” or “superior for front crash prevention and earn a “good” or “acceptable” mark for headlight illumination. To achieve the Top Safety Pick + designation, the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport and Santa Fe also had to earn an “acceptable” or “good” mark in passenger-side small overlap front testing and “improved” in the headlight rating.

Santa Fe Sport the Affordable SUV

With a starting price just north of $20,000 after manufacturer rebates, the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport is one of the most affordable SUVs on the planet. The Sport comes with a peppy 185 horsepower 2.4L engine in the base model, but a 2.0L turbocharged engine is available in two higher trim levels. With room for five and a host of technology, the Santa Fe Sport is an excellent choice for daily commutes and weekend adventures. Need more room? The Hyundai Santa Fe has room for up to seven with the power of a 290-horsepower 3.3L engine. The Santa Fe comes in three different trim levels, topped by the Limited Ultimate that offers the sophistication and luxury many SUV owners have come to expect. Swing by Chapman Hyundai Scottsdale soon to take advantage of Holiday savings now through January 2.

When the 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport arrives at Chapman Hyundai Scottsdale in the very near future, you can expect to see a Value Package that delivers a boatload of features at a very attractive price. The new Value Package includes a proximity key with push-button start, power windows with auto up and down for the front and heated dual side mirrors that include turn signal indicators.

Seat Up to Seven in Maneuverable Size

The Hyundai Santa Fe proves you don’t need a vehicle the size of a city block to accommodate the entire family. The Santa Fe offers seating for up to seven people with your choice of front- or all-wheel drive. You also have a choice of an efficient 185 horsepower four-cylinder engine or more powerful turbo charged option. The three row Santa Fe for 2018 comes with a 3.3L Lambda II V6 engine that generates a whopping 290 horsepower. Each engine comes mated with a smooth-shifting six-speed automatic transmission that powers seamlessly through the gears, delivering the most performance in each power range.

Plenty of Standard Features

The Hyundai Santa Fe doesn’t skimp on standard features, offering a bevy of premium particulars that are more commonly found in more expensive vehicles. You’ll enjoy the safety and convenience offered by a rearview camera, automatic headlights and remote keyless entry. The body color power mirrors not only look great, but provide you with a driver’s blind spot mirror. LED headlight accents and daytime running lights make you stand out on the road while increasing visibility. The Bluetooth communication system is controlled by buttons on the steering wheel, allowing you to focus on the road. While all those features come at no charge, you can spend a little more to make your Hyundai Santa Fe special. Navigation, a panoramic sunroof, killer Logic7 audio system and hands-free lift gate are all reasonably priced options.

Safety an Important Consideration

While there are driver assistance systems that utilize cameras and radar available for an additional fee on the Hyundai Santa Fe, the standard safety features will help make sure you arrive at your destination unharmed. Vehicle Stability Management and Electronic Stability Control help keep you upright and on the highway when conditions get rough. Electronic Brake-force Distribution helps you bring your vehicle to a stop. In the event of an accident, seven well-placed airbags will help protect you and your passengers. Check in with Chapman Hyundai Scottsdale soon to test drive the 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe.

2017 Santa Fe Sport

Front Crash Prevention Earns Added Mark

Remember in school how much better it felt to get that “+” after your letter grade? That’s how Hyundai designers are feeling today after earning a Top Safety Pick + grade from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) on the 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport. By adding optional front crash prevention, the Santa Fe earned top marks from the IIHS and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). “We are thrilled that Santa Fe Sport has achieved the gold standard for CUV safety from IIHS and NHTSA,” said Hyundai VP Mike O’Brien. “These awards underline our commitment to developing advanced technologies that assist in avoiding crashes all together. A class-leading body structure protects occupants if a collision does occur.” The 2017 Santa Fe Sport will be available later this year at Chapman Hyundai Scottsdale.

Santa Fe Sport Loaded With Safety Features

You can put your mind at ease when transporting your precious cargo with the 2017 Santa Fe Sport. Standard safety equipment on all trim levels includes vehicle stability management, traction control, electronic stability control and seven airbags. Four-wheel disc brakes with electronic brake-force distribution and brake assist is also standard. Hill-start assist control and downhill brake control help you navigate those steep hills. Tire pressure monitoring keeps you up to date if you start to lose inflation.

Rating Improves for Front Overlap

The 2017 Sport got the highest rating possible from the IIHS for the small overlap front test, going from “marginal” to “good.” Due to an improved structure, the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport is better at keeping outside elements out of the cockpit during a crash, while new airbag placement better protects the driver. All other IIHS tests earned the top rating of “good.” The front crash prevention system is included in the optional tech package under the name “automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection.” This package also includes an electronic parking brake, headlights that follow the curve of the road, adaptive cruise control and lane assist. Test drive the new Santa Fe Sport later this year when it becomes available at Chapman Hyundai Scottsdale.

Hyundai Assurance Top Warranty Program

You’ll not only feel safer driving a Hyundai, you’ll have peace of mind with the top warranty program offered by any automaker. Hyundai delivers a 5-year/60,000 mile bumper-to-bumper transferable warranty with each new car. This includes roadside assistance for the full term of the warranty, along with a 10-year/10,000 mile guaranty on the powertrain.

Based on Style, Power and Large Interior

The popular automotive shopping website named the 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe to its “Most Popular” list. Consumers regularly use the Edmunds website to help with buying decisions and determining car values. The latest recognition is just another trophy on the mantle for the Santa Fe, which has taken the American mid-size SUV market by storm. “Receiving this award confirms that shoppers are taking notice of the unbeatable value proposition that Santa Fe stands for,” said Mike O’Brien, a Hyundai Motor America vice president. Edmunds based the award on the sporty look of the vehicle, a spacious interior for hauling kids or cargo, and a proven choice of power plants designed both for fuel efficiency and performance.


New Santa Fe Offers Plenty of Features

The base model GLS offers a standard 8-way heated power seat with lumbar control for both the driver and passenger. Fit up to seven passengers with the standard 50/50 bench seat in the back. Eighteen-inch alloy wheels provide a bit of glamour to the outside, while rear seat heat controls allow passengers to create their own environment. Add the optional premium package and you get safety features like Blind Spot Detection, Lane Change Assist and Rear Cross-traffic Alert. That package also includes a leather interior including a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifting knob. The ultimate option package provides a sunroof, rear parking assist, heated steering wheel and eight-inch touchscreen navigation system.

Other Media Ranks Santa Fe Near Top

Edmunds isn’t alone in its effusive praise of the Hyundai Santa Fe. U.S. News and World Report places the SUV near the top in several categories. Reviewers like the quality of the interior materials along with the easy-to-understand layout of controls. Outstanding visibility and passenger comfort are other features that put the Santa Fe at the head of the list. Kelley Blue Book also loves the Santa Fe, saying that this SUV writes a story that’s a “dream come true for consumers but a nightmare for the competition.” Check out the wide selection of 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe models at Chapman Hyundai Scottsdale.

Santa Fe Delivers Top Flight Driving Experience

With large seats and a luxurious ride, the Santa Fe is a perfect choice for a family road trip. Hyundai engineers have all but eliminated road noise, making driving the Santa Fe a pleasant experience as you navigate the pot holes and road obstacles that life throws in your way. The responsiveness of the Santa Fe mirrors that of a much smaller vehicle, turning the Santa Fe into the perfect choice for the open road or congested city. See the new Santa Fe at your Phoenix Hyundai dealer.

2013 Hyundai Santa Fe

Now available at your Phoenix Hyundai dealer: the 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe compact SUV.

Building on tremendous momentum from consecutive years critical and market success, Hyundai’s new 2013 Santa Fe raises the compact SUV bar even higher.  Designed to rival models like the Porsche Cayenne at a fraction of the price and to outclass the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4, the Hyundai Santa Fe is safe, stylish, reliable, and versatile, with both five- and seven-passenger models (available in January 2013) to accommodate families and friends alike.

IIHS’s top safety pick in the compact SUV class, the Santa Fe features hill-start assist and downhill brake controls, along with Hyundai’s Vehicle Stability Management system, which coordinates electronic stability with traction control to help the just-right-sized SUV tackle hilly terrain with the best of off-road vehicles.  For city drivers, anti-lock brakes and electronic brake assist pair up with seven interior airbags to provide the kind of security and peace of mind that any driver can appreciate.

In terms of power, the new Hyundai Santa Fe does not disappoint: the five-seat Sport model’s turbocharged power plant produces 264 horsepower at 6000 RPM, as well as a staggering 269 lb-ft of torque at a mere 1750 RPM.  For non-gearheads, that means that the Santa Fe accelerates quickly, yet still has enough power to avoid hazards after reaching highway speeds should a swift change of pace become necessary (to say nothing of the fact that a powerful engine is simply fun to drive).  Even the base engine boasts 190 horsepower, which is still more than the CR-V or RAV4 and more than enough to get the job done.

Perhaps most importantly, the 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe is rated at 21/33 city/highway miles per gallon, keeping it in line with Hyundai’s other luxurious-yet-efficient models.  If you still are not convinced, the Santa Fe also has more front and rear head room, shoulder room, hip room, and rear leg room than the Lexus RX 350 (according to manufacturer websites).

The 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe, available now at Hyundai Scottsdale, offers virtually everything that today’s compact SUV owner desires and more.  Test drive one to learn if the Santa Fe is the right choice for you and your family.