2022 hyundai santa fe

The 2022 Hyundai Santa Fe is a fine machine with excellent performance and a lush interior that is ready for anything. There is a new hybrid edition for this model year.

This Hyundai midsize SUV is ranked in Motor Trend's top two for 2022. The SUV is also on the Car and Driver Editors' Choice List for 2021 and 2022.

US News and World Report named the 2022 the Best SUV for the Money. The starting MSRP is $27,200. You'll save $8,000 or more over the Jeep Grand Cherokee.

Santa Fe Price and Value

This midsize SUV is the least expensive in its class, but it provides a better value proposition thanks to its many standards and unique technologies, such as Remote Parking Assist.

Santa Fe Price and Value

The SE trim level includes an abundance of technology for your entertainment, safety, and driver assistance. The power-adjustable chair, push-button start, and wireless charger on SEL models make the driver happy. You can get the Hyundai digital key, an advanced digital instrument cluster, and dual-zone automatic controls with the SEL Convenience package or the extra sporty XRT.

Interior and Trim Levels

These options include rear sunshades to protect children, power-folding rear seats for quick transformations, and a power liftgate with hands-free capability. The SEL Premium package and Limited trims add a panoramic sunroof to the cabin.

Interior and Trim Levels

Standing tall, the Santa Fe makes a striking, if daring, statement. According to Car and Driver, it has "plenty of curb appeal," especially after its 2021 striking redesign. By day, the clever light signature is visible in the shapes and design of the headlights and running lights. The XRT is the newest Santa Fe, and it takes things to the next level.

Exterior

Front and rear skid plates are included on the more rugged exterior. There are side steps to facilitate entry. With black wheels, special bumpers, and a distinctive grille, the look becomes darker. Motor Trend applauds the tough transformation. The Calligraphy takes the prize for the most upscale appearance, thanks to its unique grille finish, 20-inch alloys, and other distinguishing features.

Exterior

There are four USB ports on the SE. Advanced connectivity is provided by an 8-inch touch screen. You can stream your favorite apps to the screen using Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. The SEL edition includes HD radio and SiriusXM compatibility. Behind the steering wheel is a massive 10.25-inch screen for digital instrumentation.

Technology

The updated touchscreen is of comparable size and includes integrated navigation and traffic features. When you select the premium audio system, you will be surrounded by 630 watts and 12 speakers. The Calligraphy trim edition now includes a head-up display.

Technology

This Hyundai SUV gained more speed at all levels in 2021, and these engine options will continue in 2022. The Santa Fe's intelligent four-cylinder engine is controlled by a capable eight-speed automatic transmission. This engine produces 191 horsepower for strong acceleration whenever it is required.

Performance

On the Limited and Calligraphy trims, the turbo is controlled by a dual-clutch automatic transmission. This turbocharged inline-four produces 277 horsepower and 311 pound-feet of torque. The new hybrid has 226 horsepower and is powered by two electric motors. This enables it to provide standard all-wheel drive. The hybrid gets 36 miles per gallon in the city and 31 miles per gallon on the highway.

Performance

The regular fuel economy is 25/28 mpg city/highway, while the turbo gets 22/28 mpg. Well-weighted steering ensures responsiveness to driver commands. This excellent road capability is matched by a comfortable ride.

Performance

The Santa Fe can tow up to 3,5000 pounds when equipped with the turbo engine. The standard engine can tow up to 2,000 pounds. The ground clearance measures 8.2 inches. The cargo hold has 36.4 cubic feet of space. That's five or six cubic feet more than the Mazda CX-5 (30.9 cu.ft.) or the Subaru Forester (30.9 cu.ft). (31.1 cu.ft.). When the second row of seats is added, it expands to 72.1 cubic feet.

Utility, Size and Specifications

The cabin is big, too. The front row offers 41.2 inches of headroom and 44.1 inches, more than you’ll find in the Honda Passport or Honda Pilot.

Utility, Size and Specifications

Hyundai has created a more advanced version of standard collision avoidance, which is now standard on the Santa Fe. The emergency autobrake and warning system keeps an eye out for potential forward collisions, pedestrians, and cyclists.

Safety

The blind spot monitoring system alerts you to traffic in your blind spot, and the lane departure system assists you in staying aware of the lane lines. It can even assist in steering the vehicle into a safer path. When all of this forward automatic emergency braking technology is combined with cruise control, you get the highly capable adaptive cruise control system.

Safety

It can slow, go, and slow again to accommodate traffic. You control the speed and number of car lengths. Then you use your hands to track progress.

Safety

Parents were clearly in mind when this SUV was designed. The upholstery is made of stain-resistant cloth, which allows you to clean up spills quickly and effectively. 

Best Features for Parents

Air vents in the second row are standard, and sunshades are available. Another standard feature is the rear seat quiet mode, which is built into the audio system. The driver can maintain their focus on the road and safety by using all of the steering wheel buttons and voice commands.

Best Features for Parents

The Santa Fe starts you off with a rearview camera and the confidence instilled by a rear cross traffic alert with an assisting autobrake, just in case. The front and rear parking sensors are standard on upper trims. The Limited includes a useful surround-view parking camera system that shows you everything around the vehicle.

Self Parking and Related Features