2016 Hyundai Santa Fe Values

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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 is a midsized crossover SUV that can seat up to seven passengers, offered in two trim levels. Base outfitting includes: 18” alloy wheels, fog lamps, vanity rear spoiler, roof rack and rails, de-icing wipers, second and third-row A/C vents, 50/50 folding third-row, 40/20/40 split and fold second-row, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration, parking camera, 4.3” touchscreen, and six-speaker audio system with HD radio. Upgrades can get you a larger touchscreen, larger wheels, collision mitigation system, two-zone climate control, leather upholstery, powered and heated front seating, 115-volt power outlet, LED tail lamps, LED front accents, panoramic sunroof, rear parking sensors, premium audio system and more. Powering the Santa Fe is a 3.3-liter V6 engine that is rated at 290 horsepower and 252 pound-feet of torque.