Hyundai Santa Fe 2014 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Hyundai Santa Fe 2014 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
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Santa Fe vibrations and rattles?
Rattles of all sorts are commonly reported in the Santa Fe. For the dealer to dismiss it as common is laziness. Call Hyundai's customer service on 1800 186 306 and report it to them.
Petrol or diesel Santa Fe?
There is also a petrol-engined Santa Fe. The crossover point for getting the money back on diesel power is about 30,000km a year.
Mazda CX-5: Is it a good replacement for a CX-7?
You will struggle for space in a CX-5 as it's smaller than the CX-7. I would go for a Hyundai Santa Fe, which gets The Tick with seven seats, quality, a five-year warranty and lifetime capped-price service costs.
Kia Carnival or VW Multivan?
Don’t judge the Carnival by the badge, as it definitely gets The Tick. The The Multivan is also far more practical than any SUV, as you will find when you try to load all the stuff that comes with four youngsters. If you absolutely must play the SUV game, go for a Hyundai Santa Fe, also a Tick winner.
Hyundai Santa Fe negative camber
Hyundai told us they haven't had any reports of the rear suspension sagging on the Santa Fe, and suggest what you saw could have been the result of overloading, or perhaps that the load on the tow ball was too high.