What to Expect from the New 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe
For those who have been waiting for the 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe makeover, wait no longer. Hyundai has been climbing the ranks in the automotive market largely impart by the introduction of the Santa Fe in 2013. As a crossover, the Santa Fe is the answer to many modern families’ problems. It combines features of a passenger vehicle with that of a SUV to fit various needs. As it seems, the 2015 version of the Santa Fe will be getting a makeover so expect a lot of design changes in the near future. If you loved the look of the 2013 or 2014 edition, then next year’s version is expected to blow you away. WE should be carrying this edition by the end of the year. Below are some of the new features you can expect..
Exterior- The 2015 Santa Fe will come with new front and rear bumpers along with a modified front grille. There will be all new taillights and headlights. The Santa Fe will be made of light materials reducing the weight of the car while simultaneously reducing fuel consumption.
Under the Hood- You will find a 2.0: turbo four cylinder engine with 264 hp along with a 2.4 L four cylinder with 190hp and a 3.3 L V6 with direct injection that can produce 290 horsepower. Additionally, there will be a hybrid engine that will allow the car to switch from a conventional engine to an electric motor. For these engines, six speed automatic transmissions will be an option.
Behind the Wheel- The 2015 version of the Santa Fe is all about comfort. It will be designed to hold 5 to 7 adults comfortably. All the latest and newest technologies will be applied to the new edition making the drive easy and secure for the driver. The cab will be furnished in high quality materials, too. Expect to feel luxurious with the Santa Fe’s leather steering wheel, huge sun roof, adjustable leather seats, and other luxury designs.
Along with all these new perks, the Santa Fe will be continuing its reputation for being a safe car with its emergency call system, ABS brakes, traction control systems, and electronic stability control.
When they finally release the 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe, will you be going to our local NJ car dealer to check it out?