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Hyundai Santa Fe Pricing and Specs

2022 price from

The Hyundai Santa Fe is available from $44,700 to $66,050 for the 2022 SUV across a range of models.

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Year Price From Price To
2022 $44,700 $66,050
2021 $36,300 $68,860
2020 $34,000 $67,430
2019 $31,100 $61,820
2018 $28,700 $54,340
2017 $23,000 $50,160
2016 $19,000 $45,210
2015 $17,100 $38,940
2014 $16,400 $31,460
2013 $14,000 $26,730
2012 $9,900 $22,880
2011 $8,800 $17,710
2010 $8,200 $13,310
2009 $7,000 $13,530
2008 $6,200 $13,420
2007 $5,200 $11,880
2006 $4,100 $8,580
2005 $3,700 $5,940
2004 $2,300 $7,150
2003 $2,000 $4,070
2002 $2,000 $4,070
2001 $2,000 $3,960
2000 $2,000 $3,740

Hyundai Santa Fe FAQs

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  • Which used seven-seater should I buy for 15-20k?

    Either the Santa Fe or its close cousin, the Kia Sorento are good choices for a seven-seat SUV. In fact, they’ve risen to the top of the heap when it comes to a seven-seater within your budget. Both offered petrol engines, but in this type of vehicle, the turbo-diesels probably did a better job.

    Unfortunately, the top end of your budget rules out all but the tattiest current-shape Kias and Hyundais. If you can stretch to maybe $3000 or $4000 more, you’ll get into good-condition examples of the current version of either and, thanks to the great factory warranties offered by the South Korean brands, you might even find one with some factory cover left to run.

    If $20,000 is your absolute limit, that’s not the end of the world, as it will still get you into a very useable vehicle with lots of life left in it. Make sure you check the service record and only buy a car with a documented history of preventative maintenance.

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  • Should I buy a Kia Sorento 2013 to 2017 or Hyundai Santa Fe 2013 to 2017

    Hi Nor, the Kia Sorento is generally reliable and robust, with only a few electrical problems being the main issues, but most should have been sorted out by now. As the Sorento is closely related to the Hyundai Santa Fe, the same would apply to that SUV too.

    The 2.4-litre four-cylinder engine you mention was only available in the UM model from 2009 to 2011. After that a 3.5-litre V6 took over. Both engines are known to be robust and dependable. We'd go for the V6 because it does not have to work as hard as the 2.4L hauling such a big and heavy vehicle around. Note, though, that the V6 is thirsty. 

    The diesel is the best choice out of all of the engines available, as it is strong and hard-wearing as well as much more economical. 

    In our opinion, the Sorento is a better buy than the Santa Fe, since it has more glass area and so is easier to see out of. The interior is pleasant, comfortable and easy to use. And, from the XM model launched in 2015, it is a nicer and quieter car to drive.

    Finally, the Kia has offered a seven-year warranty as opposed to the Hyundai's five-year warranty since October 1, 2014, meaning it is possible to buy an older Sorento and still be covered by the factory warranty. 

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  • Should I buy a Kia Sorento 2020?

    The Sorento seems like a pretty good choice. But don’t forget its cousin, the Hyundai Santa Fe which is also a great vehicle. On balance, though, the Kia seems a little better value and has a superior warranty. In fact, the Kia factory warranty of seven years/unlimited kilometres is an industry leader and makes for great long-term peace of mind.

    If you’re happy with the way the Kia drives and works for your family, then there’s no reason not to make that your first choice.

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