2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Release Date
Fourth generation for family oriented people movers
Hyundai has been making Santa Fe SUVs since 2000. When first introduced, the Santa Fe is a compact crossover, but lately, it has grown a little closer to an intermediate area. Three generations have come and gone since the original 2001 model, with the second gene showing up at the Detroit Auto Show in 2006, and the third gene debuting at the New York Auto Show in 2012. We last saw Santa Fe in it. refreshing the shape of the third gene in the 2016 Chicago Auto Show, but now, there is a fourth gene that arrives to tempt the buyer. Recently introduced at Hyundai Motorstudio in Goyang, the 2019 Santa Fe delivers fresh exterior aesthetics, new outback fixtures, premium cabin layout, additional passenger space and a new eight-speed automatic transmission to boot.
All told, this is a series of solid features, but that’s what you need lately along with the tight competition that’s out there. Hyundai does not seem too worried. Santa Fe is the best-selling SUV brand in the U.S. market, moving as many as 1.5 million units. Look for further SUV models from Hyundai in the future, but for now, read on to find out what makes Santa Fe so desirable.
2019 Hyundai Santa Fe – Exterior
2019 Hyundai Santa Fe
• New Exterior View Like The Kona
• The led light
• Cascading Grille Design
• Increased Visibility Exit
• 19-inch wheels
• Larger Exterior Dimensions
The 2019 model of Hyundai Santa Fe presents a fresh exterior style that will definitely change the state of the previous year’s model. Aesthetics are seen taking cues from the new Hyundai Kona, and overall, we like what we see.
Starting in front, we found the headlamps house now reshaped into a very narrow unit mounted high on the fender, stretching backwards with an aggressive angle. It uses LEDs for daytime running lights, while additional projectors are found below. LEDs are further used for forward illumination. Hyundai calls it the Light Composite design, and this helps Santa Fe stand apart. The central part of the fascia is dominated by the latest Cascading Grille design from the brand, which gets metal beehive inserts with polished blades. The silver trim line connects the two headlamps of the house and adds a spark of unique design innovation to the front end. Down on the bumper are skidplate metal-look and high-black rock guard elements.
Moving to the side, the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe gets a tall and muscularly traditional position, with various folds and character lines in place to pump the look. Fenders and skirts skirt downstairs continue the black-and-stone rock guards starting in front, while the fenders get a flared beacon to enhance the natural softness of the SUV. The character line is also added higher, extending between the headlights to the taillights. The windows get polished surround metal, while diamond diamond wheels are 19 inches round the corner. Hyundai also said that it can increase visibility to the outside, with side mirrors moving lower and further back on the body. There is also a smaller A-pillar, while the quarter back glass gets a 40 percent increase in size.
Finally, at the rear, we found the taillights having narrow triangular shapes like headlamps, and a flat black stone guard adorned with other silver skid elements. A fine roof spoiler completes the look.
The 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe is also bigger than the outgoing model, producing a few inches of very important measurements. Check out the details in the table below.
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2019 Hyundai Santa Fe – Interior
2019 Hyundai Santa Fe
• Extra Interior Space
• Five, Seven, and Eight Passengers
• Horizontal Dash Layout
• Touches Premium Added Here And There
• Tons of Technology Feature
• Pressure and Convenience Tech On Point
• Display Header-Up Options
Thanks to some of the larger exterior dimensions, 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe offers a larger interior space, including more space behind the second row. To help increase the benefits made with the larger body, Hyundai moves the window switch and holds the handle to add elbow space, while reducing the pocket size of the map for the larger living room. The cup holders are moved and placed in a more comfortable location, and there is a higher and longer armrest, also with the name of greater comfort. The floor is lowered.
Hyundai describes Santa Fe’s interior as “family-oriented,” and therefore, it gets all the right stuff to move the big and small people from A to B. The various cabin configurations also got a slight change in the year 2019 model year For starters, the five-passenger seat offered by Santa Fe Sport is maintained, but it lowers the “Sport” nomenclature and is now simply called “Santa Fe.” There is also a seven-level wheelbase version of three passengers called the XL Santa Fe, and the eight-passenger version is currently in development. The diesel option also gets an “occasional-use” third-row seat offering a second fold line “to easily fit into the third row by children.”
At the front is a horizontal control layout, with the main infotainment screen moving higher on the dashboard and mounted perpendicularly, offering larger real estate on the center console and simplifying the button layout. It is also tilted to help reduce glare. The three-dimensional instrument panel gets several levels of buttons and buttons, while the coatings are complete with color contrast stitches for the premium display.
And, as we all know, every decent modern SUV with salt requires a variety of technological features to compete. 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe certainly does not disappoint, because it is equipped with gills with modern technological goods.
Helping drivers and safety technologies always exist, and include standouts such as Cross-Back Collision Aversion, Smart Cruise Control, Direct Collision Aversion Assistance, and Lane Departure Warning. There is also Blind Spot Detection, which uses radar to detect obstacles and will automatically brake if necessary. For buyers who travel frequently with small children, there is the Rear Seat Occupant Alert, new from Hyundai in 2019 Santa Fe.
This feature can detect children and pets in the back seat and give a reminder of reminder messages on the cluster gauge’s central information screen. “If the system detects movement in the backseat after the driver leaves the vehicle, he will honk, turn on the lights and send Blue Link messages to the driver’s smartphone via Hyundai’s Blue Link connected car system,” the automaker explained. The other first Hyundai is the Safe Exit Assist, which will keep the door locked when it detects a motor, another car, or a cyclist approaching from behind, sounds a warning and displays a warning in the middle cluster as well.
Hyundai offers an AVN 5.0 navigation system at higher trim levels, while the base model comes with a 7.0 inch touchscreen. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay provide the necessary smartphone support, and there is optional wireless charging from Qi.
Audiophiles want to get into Infinity’s premium sound system, which offers 630 watts of power pumped through 12 speakers, plus 11 amp channels, Clari-Fi digital sound processing, and QuroundLogic Surround Sound technology. The speed-sensitive volume automatically controls the gain for clearer sound when on the move.
If you really want to conspire with it, go for an optional head view, which projects a 8.5-inch virtual image onto the windshield, providing drivers with info such as vehicle assistance system status and current posted speed limits.
Finally, 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe gets Blue Link with three yeas free services, providing features like Remote Start and Remote Climate Control, Remote Door Lock and Unlock, Car Finder, Enhanced Roadside Assistance, and Stolen Vehicle Recovery. Users can operate Blue Link through buttons in the rearview mirror, online web portals, smartphone apps, Amazon Alexa, or Google Assistant.
2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Powertrain
2019 Hyundai Santa Fe
• Three Engine Options, Including Two Petrol And One Diesel
• New Eight Speed Automatic Transmission Standard
• Available HTRAC AWD System
2019 Hyundai Santa Fe will come with three unique engine options to choose from, including one diesel option and two gas options. Let’s start with an oil burner, which is a 2.2 liter CRDi turbodiesel that produces 200 horsepower at 3,000 rpm and 320 pound-feet of torque at 1,750 rpm. Representing the gasoline camp is a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that produces 232 horsepower, and a 2.4-liter inline four-cylinder GDI makes 185 horsepower.
Each engine configuration is connected to a new eight-speed automatic transmission, which gets the option of a shift paddle mounted on the steering column. The new gearbox is lighter than the older six-speed model, and it gains a new ratio ratio at the top and bottom of the gear for “more off-the-line and more efficient and fuel-efficient dash drives to the interstate.” Overview including direct valve control bodies and multi-plate torque converters. It is expected that the new transmission will increase fuel efficiency by more than 3 percent.
Maximizing available torque is Hyundai HTRAC AWD system. This multi-mode setting includes clutch coupling with electronic variables, which provides active control over the torque distribution between the front and rear. Some modes include Normal, Sport, and Smart, with Sport mode sending more torque back for handling extra aggressive handling.
2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Chassis And Handling
2019 Hyundai Santa Fe
• Enhanced Suspension Geometry
• Greater Comfort and Handling
• Self-Determination Suspension
With the extra space in the cabin and the latest technological features to pamper and lighten your mind, it makes sense that Hyundai goes into making the Santa Fe more refined in terms of quality and handling of driving. To that end, the 2019 model includes a change in the geometry of the fresh suspension, with the rear shock now mounted upright. Buyers can also go into optional self-leveling suspensions, which is very helpful if you often carry a lot of goods or transport the trailer. Basically, the suspension offers comfort when you are not hauling stuff, plus a more rigid arrangement as you haul stuff.
2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Price
2019 Hyundai Santa Fe will arrive at dealerships this summer. The official MSRP has not been announced yet, but we do not expect any major deviations from the current pricing structure. Check back here for official data when announced, but temporarily check the price table below for 2018 to get an idea of where the 2019 model will land.