2007 Hyundai Santa Fe Values

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2007 model year changes

The Hyundai Santa Fe is all-new inside and out for 2007. The exterior features more modern and shapely body panels, and the interior has higher quality materials than the previous version. An SE trim joins the GLS and Limited trims of 2006. A pair of V6 engines are offered for about the price of the competition's four-cylinder models. The 2.7L V6 makes 185 horsepower, while the 3.3L engine produces 242 horsepower. Standard side curtain air bags supplement the front and front side bags. Anti-lock brakes and electronic stability control are standard as well. XM satellite became standard at mid-model year, and Hyundai's premium SUV still comes in FWD and AWD variants.

Competitive comparison

V6 power standard; excellent warranty; lots of safety equipment; roomy interior for its class.

Special features for 2007

The 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe compares very favorably against the Honda CR-V and Toyota Highlander, offering a choice of V6 engines at a price point where the Japanese competition only offer four-cylinder motors. There is plenty of safety equipment, the driving dynamics are first rate, and the interior is both nicely finished and quiet. If the pricing isn't enough to intrigue you, the 100,000 mile warranty might just do the trick.
The 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe is a sport utility vehicle featuring four doors and passenger capacity for up to five. It’s offered in GLS, SE and Limited trims, with your choice of automatic or manual transmission, FWD or AWD, and XM radio, depending on the model. The Santa Fe is powered by a V6 engine, with the GLS featuring 180 horsepower and the SE and Limited featuring 242. When it comes to equipment, the Santa Fe offers a nice range, including passenger and driver-side airbags, ABS brakes, traction control, air conditioning, cruise control and lumbar seats.