For 2010, the Santa Fe sees a number of changes. In addition to added in-cabin amenities and some exterior styling tweaks, the car also gets new powertrains - a four-cylinder and a more powerful V6, both of which are paired with six-speed transmissions and offer better fuel economy than their predecessors.
As if the 3-row family crossover SUV market wasn't crowded enough, Hyundai offers up for consideration its excellent Santa Fe midsize SUV for 2015. The Santa Fe's styling is more sophisticated than the boxy Honda Pilot, while its interior features outclass competitors such as the Toyota Highlander and Chevrolet Traverse. Basically a stretched version of the Santa Fe Sport, the 2015 Santa Fe family crossover SUV offers seating for seven, a larger cargo bay, available all-wheel drive (AWD) and one of the most powerful V6 engines in the segment. Competitively priced and with an unbeatable standard warranty, Hyundai's 2015 Santa Fe SUV continues to improve on a value story that has become a dream come true for consumers and a nightmare for the competition.