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Hyundai Santa Fe Replacement Wheel Information

There are thousands of model designs of vehicles out in the world, and there are hundreds of vehicle manufacturers. Hyundai is one of those manufacturers, and one of their most people models is the Santa Fe. However there is one invention that made the vehicle possible, and that invention, is the wheel. Without it, the vehicle would not be able to move regardless of the engine, design, or anything else that sets different brands apart from one another.

Therefore if the wheel on your Santa Fe is ever damaged or needs to be replaced, it is important that it is done quickly and efficiently. There are many part manufacturers that specialize in making wheels, and Action Crash is one of the top brands. On average a new wheel for the Santa Fe costs anywhere from $150 to $250, depending on the year of the car and the brand purchased.

Hyundai Santa Fe Wheel They are available for the following Hyundai Santa Fe years: 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01. This part is also sometimes called Hyundai Santa Fe Rims. We stock wheel parts for most Hyundai models including Elantra, Sonata, Veloster, Accent, Tiburon, Genesis Coupe, Genesis, Tucson, Azera, Elantra Coupe, Elantra GT, Equus, XG350, Entourage, Veracruz, XG300 and Ioniq.

We stock these Wheel brands for the Hyundai Santa Fe: Action Crash.

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The entire purpose of your Santa Fe's engine is to generate power to be sent to the wheels, but if you have a damaged wheel, you still won't go anywhere. The wheels are so important on your Santa Fe that some sensors even use the wheel size to determine speed. Whether you've damaged a wheel in an accident or just want to upgrade from your Hyundai Santa Fe factory rims, you should not just pick the first wheels you see. You'll need to know the best wheels for your Santa Fe and decide if you want to change only one or all four wheels on your vehicle.

Is There a Difference Between Rims and Wheels?

The difference between rims and wheels is minor. When you go shopping for rims, you'll end up purchasing the entire wheel in many cases. In some instances, the wheel does not include the center cap, which will need to be purchased separately. The rim, technically, only refers to the outer portion of the wheel, but it has been used for so long to mean the wheel itself that the two terms are interchangeable now.

Types of Rims Used on Hyundai Santa Fe Vehicles

The types of rims used on your Hyundai Santa Fe depends on which trim level and model year you have. For instance, 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe rims may be 18-inch rims if you drive an SE model, but the Limited has 19-inch wheels. All trim levels have alloy wheels, which are stronger and last longer than steel rims, making alloy the best option for SUVs. If you have an older Hyundai, you may have smaller wheels. For instance, 2001 Hyundai Santa Fes, alloy wheels are installed, but they are 16 inches on all trim levels. It's important to know what type of wheels are installed on your Hyundai. If you're not certain, consult your owner's manual because you cannot replace a 16-inch wheel with a 19-inch wheel without changing all four wheels and calibrating your speedometer to the change.

When to Repair or Replace a Wheel

In some instances, you may be able to have a damaged wheel repaired. Cracked wheels are dangerous, and regardless of where the crack is located, you should not drive your Santa Fe until you can have the wheel repaired or replaced. Look at the location and length of the crack. If it extends from one side of the wheel to the other or if it goes through the lug holes, you cannot repair the wheel, and you'll need to replace it. Should the crack be small and just on one part of the wheel that does not include the center holes, you may be able to have it repaired.

Cost for Wheels on a Hyundai Santa Fe

Repairing a wheel is only a temporary measure. If you want to replace a wheel, you will have a longer-lasting remedy, and you have the option of upgrading all four wheels to enhance the appearance of your Santa Fe. The cost for a complete assembly for a 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe rim for the GLS or Limited trims can cost up to $736.95 for the OEM alloy wheel. If you'd rather save money on your rims, skip the stop at the dealer and purchase your wheels online from a discount shop like

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I ordered a wheel so that I would have a full sized spare for my vehicle. First time they were out of stock, but second time they had it in and at a very reasonable price. So, I grabbed it quickly. Easy online ordering. Kept me notified as it was shipped all the way to delivery. Great company. I will definitely buy more from them. Their prices are GREAT!

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Great product and great price. I needed to replace a rim due to an accident, the repair place wanted over $345.00 for a replacement rim and since I was paying out of pocket I checked around and found parts geek great prices. Satisfied and happy

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Wheel balanced true and looks just like a new one from factory. Im Happy!!

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Look great. Fit perfectly. Great price. I am very happy.

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I hate space-saver spares. Got a new Hyundai Santa Fe Sport, so I went looking for a full-sized rim. Great price at Parts Geek! Fast ship, perfect condition! Will do business with again! A+++++

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Was initially concerned that it was a scam but must say I was very happy with the regular updates I received when the wheel was shipped.

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