2013 Hyundai Santa-Fe SUV Coming by 2013 To Replace Veracruz, Fuel Economy 33 mpg

Hyundai Motors has set the 2012 New York Auto Show on fire after unveiling it’s best SUV  2013 Santa-Fe SUV . The 2013 Santa-Fe comes in tow Avatar, Sport version offers you a two row five person seating space while the long wheel base(LWB) version offers you three-raw seven passengers seating space. The all-new 2013 Santa Fe Sport will go on-sale late this summer, with the larger Santa Fe introduced to dealers in January 2013, how ever no words of pricing.

New 2013 Santa-Fe combines the next generation innovative  AWD with Hyundai’s Vehicle Stability Management System to keep it’s rivals behind. The seven seater Santa-fe will replace Veracruz coming to take on 2012 Highlander, 2012 Pilot and 2012 Sorento.


  1.  Sport version(Five Seater)
  2. Long wheel base(LWB) version(Seven Seater)

The 2013 Hyundai  Santa Fe Sport powered by a 2.4-liter Gasoline Direct Engine (GDI) or a 2.0-liter turbocharged GDI mated with a  six-speed automatic transmission with Shiftronic manual control. The 2.4-liter variant churns out 190-hp and 181 lb-ft of torque and promising you EPA rated fuel economy  of 23/33 city/highway comes with 17-inch wheels while the 2.0-liter turbo capable of producing  peak power of  264-hp comes with 19-inch wheels.

Now come to the long wheel base version(LWB), it’s powered by a 3.3-liter V6 engine churns out 290-hp mated with a six-speed automatic transmission with Shiftronic manual control.  It’s comes with either 18- or 19-inchwheels. It also offers you extra 3 inch space for your comfort and luggage.

The LWB three-row Santa Fe offers Hyundai’s first Blindspot Detection System (BDS). This system identifies when a vehicle enters the defined blindspot and provides a warning that a vehicle is approaching.

Santa Fe Sport and LWB Santa Fe also feature a state-of-the-art braking package. The package includes four-wheel disc brakes (12.6 inch front and 11.9 inch rear), an Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) including Brake Assist providing maximum braking force when a panic stop is detected, and Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) to automatically adjust the braking force to front and rear axles based on vehicle loading conditions. Additionally, Santa Fe Sport and the longer Santa Fe offer impressive passive safety features including a Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children (LATCH) system for children’s seats and three-point seatbelts for all positions.

At last I would like to say that new2013 Hyundai Santa-Fe coming to give you joy of ride without compromising your safety. What you think? Please be ope to give your view.

For More Details, Please See:-Hyundai Press Release