Hyundai Santa Fe 2017 review
The Santa Fe is the biggest SUV in Hyundai's lineup, and it's the only genuine 4x4 model. With an all-new version on the horizon, how does the current model stack up in a red hot large SUV segment?
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The middle child GXL is available from $54,950 for the 2WD and $58,950 for all-wheel drive.
The GXL has a sat nav, DAB digital radio, active cruise control, front and rear cameras, rear parking sensors, auto headlights, keyless entry and start, partial leather seats, and electric tailgate with separate glass hatch. The 6.1-inch screen from the GX is replaced with an 8.0-inch unit and picks up the sat nav.
On the five star ANCAP safety front, the GXL matches the GX's seven airbags, ABS, stability and traction controls, forward AEB, pre-collision warning and lane departure warning, those last three new additions. For the $1400 increase, the GXL also picks up reverse cross traffic alert and blind spot monitoring.
|Grande (4x2)||3.5L, ULP, 8 SP AUTO||$41,500 – 53,020||2018 Toyota Kluger 2018 Grande (4x2) Pricing and Specs|
|Grande (4x4)||3.5L, ULP, 8 SP AUTO||$42,100 – 53,900||2018 Toyota Kluger 2018 Grande (4x4) Pricing and Specs|
|GX (4X2)||3.5L, ULP, 8 SP AUTO||$28,600 – 37,840||2018 Toyota Kluger 2018 GX (4X2) Pricing and Specs|
|GX (4X4)||3.5L, ULP, 8 SP AUTO||$30,400 – 39,820||2018 Toyota Kluger 2018 GX (4X4) Pricing and Specs|