Monday, 3 October 2011

Hyundai Santa Fe automatic version of released

The Korean car manufacturer Hyundai has launched an automatic version of its popular SUV Hyundai Santa Fe in India. There is minimal difference in this newly launched version and the existing variant. The major difference is that the new Hyundai Santa Fe is available with six speed automatic transmission. Further the new variant sports push button start with smart key to boost one touch operation. New supervision cluster is also added in the automatic variant that enhances the clarity of instrument panel. Rest Hyundai Santa Fe AT is analog to the existing variant. The new SUV is available with five different color options. Hyundai Santa Fe price is Rs 24,36,500 (ex-showroom Delhi).

Hyundai Santa Fe

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New Hyundai Santa Fe is packed with a 2.2 L CRDI diesel engine which has a displacement of 2199 cc. The engine is so powerful and fuel efficient that it termed as the best performer in city and off-road. The Euro V engine churns out the top power of 197 PS @ 3800 rpm and peak torque of 420 Nm at 1800-2500 rpm with its 6 speed automatic gearbox. Hyundai Santa Fe review suggest that the SUV delivers better mileage both in city and on highways. As per ARAI the SUV delivers the descent mileage of 14.66 kmpl.

Hyundai Santa Fe

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The premium SUV comes adorn with cruise control and shift indicator that help to get maximum fuel efficiency. The newly launched SUV sports an impressive exteriors and interiors as well. The mid size SUV adorned with new bumpers and sporty wheels that provide elegant and classy looks to the car. The interiors of the car are very impressive with overall leather wrapping along with few cute touches of wood and chrome. With this advanced features new Hyundai Santa Fe is all set to give the fleece competition to its rivals like Toyota Fortuner, Mitsubishi Outlander, Honda CR-V and the Chevrolet Captiva.

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