Hyundai Santa Fe lease

2015 Hyundai Santa Fe Lease

$3199 Due at Signing

(Excludes tax, title, license and registration fees.) Includes Bonus Cash. Miles: 36,000

MSRP $30,775

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Santa Fe Test Report
The Hyundai Santa Fe has evolved into a great 3 row crossover that is near the top of the heap. The under $300 lease offer is an outstanding deal when you consider the Santa Fe competes with $30k cars.

Emblematic model of the Korean manufacturer in Europe and especially the United States, Santa Fe offers a third generation more ambitious, wanting to both compete with large MPV by its habitability and premium SUV by its services. If he keeps the same underneath and appears at higher prices, the New Santa Fe and foremost on a design and most rewarding home to transform the test.
Already quite a nice template, the Santa Fe changes little from one generation to the next with only 3 inches longer in length (4.69 m) and 7 cm less in height (1.65 m). It evolves among the big arms market, between a BMW X3 (4.64 m) and a Mercedes M-Class (4.80 m). Stylistically, he opted for the aggressive look and hexagonal grille recent productions Hyundai. The whole remains strong despite a prominent bow and this new album stands out as a statutory vehicle with touches of chrome, daytime running lights integrated in many LEDs and beautiful 19-inch wheels (Premium Pack Limited) to finish dark.
Once on board, there are still finishing material progress against the Santa Fe II. The atmosphere is warm, the furniture perfectly structured and well thought out ergonomics. The new Santa Fe therefore leaves a strong impression of upscale but still too much use of harsh and unflattering plastic does not allow it to reach the level of German references in the category. To hide imperfections in perceived quality, the Santa Fe therefore feels obliged to play one-upmanship in equipment with consequent staffing at the first level (Sensation): climate control, cruise control, parking sensors, Bluetooth, heated front seats . But it is in its most exclusive release (Premium Limited) as the Santa Fe puts the package: navigation, leather, electric seats, using the semi-automatic parking, sunroof and assistance in maintaining queue.
Instead of trying to compete with its counterparts in the most prestigious emblems, quality, impeccable execution and that the exorbitant price of certain options is actually not a problem, the new Santa Fe would be well advised to turn the side large MPV.
Indeed, its roominess and modularity offered him a really interesting to play. Taking advantage of its generous size and its wheelbase of 2.70 m (unchanged), the Korean SUV knows how to entertain with a comfortable space. Row 2 is also a place of choice for long journeys. We will not say much of Range 3, the Santa Fe is fitted with seven seats as standard, to book rather young children. Anyway all these people (rank 2 and 3) folds into releasing a flat floor for maximum cargo volume of 1680 L. With 516 L 5-seat configuration, the Santa Fe family confirms its status even if accomplished it will take some muscle to haul luggage to the trunk as its load threshold is high.
Agile but not enough to defy the laws of physics imposed by its mass, the Santa Fe prefers well cleared axes sinuous county where he is sensitive to roll and do not appreciate being rushed. On the other hand salute his new management “Flex Steer”, adjustable in three modes (Normal, Comfort and Sport), which in its latest configuration significantly increases the accuracy and therefore felt to compensate for the lack of liveliness of the front.