New 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Prices

Select a new 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport trim level

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2016 model year changes

The Hyundai Santa Fe and the Santa Fe Sport are relatively unchanged for 2016, though the base GLS trim has been renamed SE.

Competitive comparison

Spacious; powerful; fuel efficient; available all-wheel-drive; two- or three-row seating; great warranty

Special features for 2016

Starting at just under $25,000, the Santa Fe Sport competes with other small SUVs such as the Ford Escape and Toyota RAV4. Meanwhile, the long-wheelbase Santa Fe is more competitive with mid-sized SUVs such as the Toyota Highlander, Honda Pilot and Nissan Pathfinder, and with its standard 290-horsepower V6, it offers more power than all of them. The Santa Fe Sport, on the other hand, features a standard 6-speed automatic, and at 71.5 cubic feet of rear cargo space, it bests competition such as the Toyota Venza and Ford Edge. With strong styling and a long list of available features, the Santa Fe and Santa Fe Sport are appealing options.
The Hyundai Santa Fe Sport seats five and is offered in two trim levels. Outfitting includes 17” alloy wheels, vanity rear spoiler, heated and powered side mirrors, LED front accents, rear privacy glass, tilt and telescope steering wheel, 40/20/40 split and fold rear seating, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration and six-speaker sound system. Upgrades can add de-icing wipers, automated headlamps, fog lamps, 4.3” touchscreen, powered front seating, leather upholstery, remote entry/start, 60/40-split rear seats, two-zone climate control, collision mitigation system, parking sensors, panoramic sunroof, LED tail lamps and head lamps, 10-speaker Dimension audio system and more. Under the hood is a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 190 horsepower and 181 pound-feet of torque.