What's New on the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe?

The 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe has been totally redesigned and fans all over the place are singing its praises. This new Santa Fe is actually more of a successor to last year's Santa Fe Sport, so if you're looking for an old-school, full-size SUV, this is not your choice. That doesn't mean it's not one of the most impressive models on the lineup though, the Santa Fe proves itself with powerful new safety tech, a modern design, and the powerful HTRAC all-wheel drive system.

Compact Design

The new Santa Fe embraces a five-passenger, compact design that is perfect for tight city streets and adventures on rough dirt roads. The exterior's new looks have been impressing everyone with an integrated spoiler, a modern silhouette, and well-proportioned windows. This is one of the sharpest looking SUVs in its class, so it's a great option for Ann Arbor drivers looking to make an impression.

Standard Safety Tech

Safety is one of the most important things to think of when buying a new family SUV near Novi. The Santa Fe gives you the standard SmartSense package with plenty of advanced safety features like:

  • Forward collision warning
  • Blind-spot collision with avoidance assist
  • Lane keeping assist
  • Rear cross-traffic alert
  • And more…

HTRAC All-Wheel Drive

The available, new HTRAC AWD system gives you an incredibly capable ride for tough conditions and light off-roading. Whether you're dealing with snow, ice, mud, or rain, the HTRAC AWD proves to be invaluable when you're behind the wheel of the new Santa Fe.

New Powertrain Options

The available 2.0-liter turbocharged engine is now the most powerful available on the new Santa Fe as the previous model's V6 has been dropped. You also get an eight-speed automatic instead of last year's six-speed.

Stop by our Canton-area Hyundai dealership and test drive this new, compact SUV when it debuts. Our sales professionals are happy to help you find the model that fits your lifestyle, so don't hesitate to reach out with any questions.

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