A product of Hyundai's design center, the Santa Fe Sport blends form and function. Its substantial visual presence starts up front with a newly redesigned look for the front fascia, headlights and grille, then flows along the sides via the available premium door trim accents on the lower doors.
The standard 17-inch alloy wheels are sure to generate plenty of compliments. Now, if you're ready to step things up, you can choose from the available 18-inch alloy wheels or newly-designed dark grey 19-inch alloys designed to give your Sport a sportier look.
The best designs offer tangible benefits that go beyond their good looks. Which is clearly the case with the Santa Fe Sport. At the core of its distinctive style is an aerodynamic design that can help improve MPG. Case in point, Santa Fe Sport delivers an EPA-estimated 28 Highway MPG.
Second-row passengers get the unmistakable feeling of luxury from the available heated rear seats, integrated side sunshades and second-row seats that slide and recline. The second-row seats have added flexibility and functionality with their 40/20/40 split-folding design.
A rearview camera is standard on the Santa Fe Sport. Want to connect a smartphone or other music source to the system? USB and auxiliary input jacks are also included. A 7-inch touchscreen color audio display system is also available.
Sight and sound enhancements include an available 8-inch touchscreen plus a navigation system and a premium Infinity® audio system with 12 speakers. This system also features QuantumLogic® and Clari-Fi™ which helps restore sound quality lost with digitally compressed music. It's a great feature if, like most people, you download, stream or play music on a digital device.
This available radar-based system helps detect when a vehicle is in the driver's blind spot and provides both an audible and a visual alert to help keep you aware as you move down the road. When reverse gear is selected, Rear Cross-traffic Alert helps identify and warn the driver of vehicles approaching from the side.
Imagine what you could see with a lighting system that moves as you do. Well, that's the idea behind Santa Fe Sport's available Dynamic Bending Light. It's designed to turn the headlights with the direction of the curve as you turn the steering wheel.