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2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Pricing and Specs

Price Guide

The Hyundai Santa FE 2019 prices range from $32,021 for the basic trim level SUV Santa Fe Active (awd) to $59,990 for the top of the range SUV Santa Fe Highlander Crdi Dark Burg AWD.

The Hyundai Santa FE 2019 is available in Regular Unleaded Petrol and Diesel. Engine sizes and transmissions vary from the SUV 2.4L 6 SP Automatic to the SUV 2.2L 8 SP Automatic.

When we reviewed the ‘price and features’ of the Santa FE 2019, Richard Berry gave it a rating of 8 out of 10. Find out more in the full review here.

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Hyundai Santa Fe Models SPECS PRICE
Active (awd) 2.4LRegular Unleaded Petrol6 speed automatic $33,000 – 43,230
Active Crdi (awd) 2.2LDiesel8 speed automatic $31,100 – 40,700
Active MPI (2WD) 3.5LRegular Unleaded Petrol8 speed automatic $31,200 – 40,920
Elite Crdi (awd) 2.2LDiesel8 speed automatic $43,500 – 55,000
Elite Crdi Dark (awd) 2.2LDiesel8 speed automatic $41,100 – 52,580
Elite Crdi Satin (awd) 2.2LDiesel8 speed automatic $42,500 – 54,340
Elite MPI (2WD) 3.5LRegular Unleaded Petrol8 speed automatic $37,500 – 48,510
Highlander Crdi BLK-BGE (awd) 2.2LDiesel8 speed automatic $48,900 – 61,820
Highlander Crdi Burg (awd) 2.2LDiesel8 speed automatic $47,200 – 59,730
Highlander Crdi Dark Burg AWD 2.2LDiesel8 speed automatic $46,800 – 59,180
Highlander Crdi Satin AWD 2.2LDiesel8 speed automatic $45,000 – 56,870
Highlander Crdi Satin Burg AWD 2.2LDiesel8 speed automatic $45,200 – 57,200
Highlander Crdi Satin Dark AWD 2.2LDiesel8 speed automatic $45,000 – 56,870
Highlander MPI BLK-BGE (2WD) 3.5LRegular Unleaded Petrol8 speed automatic $42,900 – 54,890
Highlander MPI Burg (2WD) 3.5LRegular Unleaded Petrol8 speed automatic $42,900 – 54,890

Hyundai Santa Fe 2019 FAQs

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  • What SUV should I buy?

    There are many SUVs that would fit within your budget. I would suggest you try a Toyota Kluger, Hyundai Santa Fe, Kia Sorento, Isuzu MU-X, Jeep Grand Cherokee.

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  • Hyundai Santa Fe 2019: Should I buy the diesel version?

    You can work this out mathematically if bald numbers don’t scare you. The petrol four-cylinder Santa Fe is $3000 cheaper than the diesel. In all-wheel-drive form, the diesel has an official combined fuel consumption figure of 7.5 litres per 100km, while the petrol scores 9.3 litres. That means, that for every 100km travelled (based on those official test figures, remember) the petrol will use 1.8 litres more fuel. Based on $1.50 per litre, that means the petrol will cost about $2.70 more to run for every 100km, and that means you’d need to cover roughly 111,000km before you broke even on the extra purchase-price of the diesel. Even then, it’s not that simple as the diesel might be more expensive to service and maintain. Either way, though, petrol starts to look good.

    That said, you sound like you’re in the perfect situation to make the most of a diesel engine. Yes, the turbo-diesel will tow a small caravan better than the four-cylinder petrol Santa Fe and, provided you do at least some country driving every month or so, you shouldn’t need to worry about the diesel particulate filter filling up or failing. Country driving will also stretch the diesel’s fuel consumption advantage further.
    My advice? Drive both and make a decision based on the smoothness of the petrol or the relaxed flexibility and towing smarts of the diesel.

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  • What SUV should I buy?

    The answer all depends on what you call off-road driving, Javed. The Ford Everest, being based on the Ranger, is a very competent off-roader. In fact, it’ll handle anything most owners would ever throw at it, while the Endura is more of a replacement for the Ford Territory. Meaning it has abilities better matched to a trip to the snow, not a true log-jumping, river-fording off-road journey.

    The Sante Fe is more of the same (as the Endura) that is; a car that can cope with gravel roads and slippery surfaces, but not the rough and tumble of the Aussie bush. So it really comes down to how far off road you need to go. And if the answer is a long way, even if it’s just occasionally, then the Everest is your best choice.

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