Are You Looking for A New Hyundai SUV in Atlanta? What Are The Differences Between the Santa Fe and the Santa Fe Sport?

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For prospecting SUV buyers who are browsing Hyundai dealerships near Atlanta, our new inventory here at Thornton Road Hyundai has a plethora of models to choose from including the Hyundai Santa Fe and the Santa Fe Sport. Georgia drivers who are seeking versatility, endurance, and reliable performance will find their match in both of these stylish Hyundai models, but if you're wondering what some of the differences may be between the two, here's what to expect before finalizing your decision on either of the two.

The Hyundai Santa Fe

If you're in the market for an affordable SUV model for the Atlanta work commute, the Santa Fe is an outstanding option for the single young professional or small family. Drivers can choose from three different trim levels including the Santa Fe SE, SE Ultimate, and the Limited Ultimate. Across all three trim options, a 290-horsepower 3.3-Liter GDI DOHC 24-valve V6 engine is standard and provides robust performance along with 18 mpg city and 25 mpg on the highway for the Santa Fe SE trim level.

Not only does the Santa Fe offer high-quality performance power, but it also gives drivers the standard Android Auto and Apple CarPlay so that you can stay connected to your multimedia needs throughout every commute! A few available amenities for the Santa Fe are the blind spot detection which alerts drivers with a visual and audible alert system if another driver happens to be driving in your blind spot during a lane transition. If you wish for more responsiveness when driving through the city, the available automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection system prevents potential collisions by applying the brakes if you happen to experience a delayed reaction. Suitable options that promote driver awareness and safety for your passengers and those who are outside of your vehicle!

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The Differences in The Hyundai Santa Fe Sport

For drivers who are searching for more advanced SUV trim levels, the Santa Fe Sport gives the options like the Sport, Sport 2.0T, and the Sport 2.0T Ultimate. Prospecting buyers will have two engines to choose from within these trim options that include the standard 185-horsepower 2.4-Liter four-cylinder engine which receives 21 mpg city and 27 mpg on the highway. If you're in the market for more power, the second two trim levels provide a 240-horsepower 2.0-Liter four-cylinder turbo engine which gains 20 mpg city and 28 mpg on the highway.

When it comes to interior space, the Santa Fe Sport is capable of seating up to five passengers, and it has less cargo space than the Santa Fe model. The Santa Fe hosts third-row seating as well as available second-row captains chairs that seat up to six or seven passengers as well as providing ample cargo space with a total of 80 cubic feet behind the front seats. The Santa Fe Sport is smaller, and when it comes to storing the family gear, you may consider the Santa Fe because the Sport model only holds a total of 71.5 cubic feet which is more practical for single drivers.

Test Drive The New Hyundai Santa Fe and Santa Fe Sport Near Atlanta

When you're ready to experience both of these Hyundai models, feel free to schedule a test drive by calling our sales team at (678)883.7280, and we'll get you behind the steering wheel of your prospected trim level at a time convenient for you. We look forward to working with you, and we'll see you soon!

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