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New Hyundai Sante Fe launched on the Chinese car market

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New Hyundai Sante Fe launched on the Chinese car market

The new Hyundai Santa Fe SUV has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 219.800 yuan and ends at 309.800 yuan. Engines: 2.4 and 2.0 turbo. The Hyundai Santa Fe is made in China by the Beijing-Hyundai joint venture.

New Hyundai Sante Fe launched on the Chinese car market

The previous Hyundai Santa Fe was imported into China and some 20% more expensive. It was however already sold via the Beijing-Hyundai dealer network. The 2.4 is a rather old but very cheap engine, output is 189hp, mated to a 6-speed automatic. The 2.0 turbo poops out a much better 245hp and comes with the same 6-speed auto. There are no manuals available anymore.

New Hyundai Sante Fe launched on the Chinese car market

The Hyundai Santa Fe will compete with fine vehicles such as the Honda CR-V, Volkswagen Tiguan, Toyota Highlander and its sister model the Kia Sorento.

New Hyundai Sante Fe launched on the Chinese car market

Dash loox a bit messy and center screen is on the small side.

Via: Sohu.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. why you still mess different segments ?
    CRV and Tiguan are not for Santa Fe segment Rav 4 and IX35 are the competitors , unless we talked is about prices and not about segments

  2. The Hyundai Santa Fe does not compete with the Hyundai ix35, as they are both made by Hyundai, and it would not make sense to steal sales from other vehicles that you make.

  3. Dash not one of Hyundai’s better efforts. Exterior is very good though, if a little bit too much black plastic running along the bottom of the car.

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