Compare 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe

 

Check Out How the New Hyundai Santa Fe Bests the Akron, OH SUV Competition

No two seven-passenger SUVs are created equal, especially in today's congested, competitive, and ever growing and changing market. Our Akron, OH area mid-size enthusiasts have set the bar pretty high, too. Like you, they're looking for more than just a powerful, well-handling drive that tows the line in the segment. We think you'd agree a new SUV should also be family-friendly, home to a spacious cabin designed at the apex of comfortable and loaded with tech conveniences for the trip. What's more, we'll bet you're looking for one rated highly for safety and equipped with the latest in driver-assist features. Checking each of those boxes on your list is the new 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe.

From base SE through midrange SE Ultimate to the well-appointed Limited Ultimate trim, the new Santa Fe is a showcase of all the seasoned traveler and on-the-go family alike could hope to find in a new mid-size SUV. Take the short drive over to visit us here at Marhofer Hyundai of Green, and we think you'll see how it takes that roster and delivers a drive-time experience that pulls ahead of the rest, to be sure. But to get a feel for how our Hyundai SUV fares before stopping by, you can explore some of its distinctions right here on our website.


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Hyundai Santa Fe vs. Ford Edge

Right out the gate, from striking aesthetics to prominent, muscular self-portrayal, it's clear that Hyundai Santa Fe looks the part, offering a greater overall length than its Ford rival. The imposing physique gives way to a V6 more powerful than the four-cylinder standard in the new Edge, 290 horsepower to a flagging 245. Factor in a larger fuel capacity, and you can count on fewer stop-offs at the pump in North Canton: the new Santa Fe edges out Ford Edge 18.8 gallons to 18.0. What's more, there's more room for the whole gang for that camping trip to Cuyahoga Falls you've been planning. Santa Fe offers an enormous passenger volume gain on its Ford SUV alternative, a whopping 147 cubic feet to 114. That means more front hip room for you and a fellow passenger, too - extra space where it counts for the long haul.


Hyundai Santa Fe vs. Toyota Highlander

Our new Hyundai mid-size similarly breezes past its nearest Toyota SUV competitor, too, with the styling to turn heads figuring most conspicuously in a longer wheelbase, which suggests prospects for a more balanced and enjoyable ride. The new Santa Fe gets that jump by way of its 290-horsepower V6, going the distance out of Barberton against Highlander and its less energetic 185-horsepower four-cylinder. The Hyundai option is also torquier, 252 pound-feet to Highlander at 184, and that means turning and pulling power on which you can rely. You'll even find gains in highway fuel economy, as Hyundai Santa Fe laps Toyotas Highlander on the drive out to Wadsworth 25 mpg to 24. Plus, there's two additional cubic feet of space for other riders comprehending more front shoulder room and second-row legroom, making the Santa Fe ride pleasant for the whole family.



 

Experience the New Hyundai Santa Fe Here at Marhofer Hyundai of Green

Just a cross-section of what you can expect to find in a new Hyundai Santa Fe, these standout features, alongside other stellar elements, you can discover for yourself right around the corner here at our 3360 S. Arlington Rd. showroom. Pay us a visit today for a spin, and see how it separates the best from the rest.


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