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Hyundai Santa Fe

The Hyundai Santa Fe, from the Korean automobile manufacturer Hyundai, has been in production since 2000. It owes its name to Santa Fe, New Mexico. where it was introduced in 2001. The first version of the Santa Fe (2001-2006) was introduced as a compact Crossover SUV, while the latter version (2006-current) can be categorized as a mid-size Crossover SUV. Right from its inception, the Hyundai Santa Fe was very popular in the United States of America, and contributed significantly to Hyundai's booming success in the country.

There have been, so far, three generations of the Santa Fe. The first generation Santa Fe was introduced with one of two engine and transmission combinations. Its other features included a 2.4 L four-cylinder engine and a 2,656 cc (2.656 L; 162.1 cu in) Delta V6 for automatic models. In the middle of 2002, the fuel tank was increased to a capacity of 19 U.S. gallons from 17 U.S. gallons. Other changes included relocation of the badges on the tailgate and of the clock, and some alterations in the interiors. Around this time, Hyundai Santa Fe faced some criticism, owing to no light in the glove compartment, insufficient power, no gas struts for the hood, etc. Hyundai addressed some of these issues by introducing a bigger 3.5-liter V6 engine, complete with a with a computer-controlled four-wheel drive system, and brought about marked improvement in the multimedia units of the car. After minor changes in 2004, the 2005 model saw a lot of changes, including variations in grille, taillights, rear bumper, and interior instrument cluster. A Chinese manufacturer called Hawtai Motor entered into a partnership with Hyundai and produced the first generation Santa Fe. However, the partnership was called off in 2010.

The second generation Santa Fe was made available in 2006 with a thoroughly upgraded interior, new safety features, more power, and an increased fuel efficiency. In the 2010 model, the design of the grills was modified, new five split-spoke alloy wheels, Bluetooth connectivity, and more attractive interiors. This version was honored with the Top Safety Pick award by Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The third generation Hyundai Santa Fe came in to the market in 2012 in two variations. The shorter one seated five passengers, while the longer one seated seven. The most significant feature of the 2013 variation was the all four-cylinder engine lineup. The Santa Fe Blue Hybrid is another version of the Santa Fe, one that has a gasoline engine coupled to a 30 kW (41 PS; 40 hp) electric motor and a 270 V lithium polymer battery.

The only roadblock in the glorious success of the Santa Fe was the issue of possible non-deployment of airbags in case of crash. Hyundai is recalling its 2007-09 models to fix this problem. In case you are looking for used Hyundai Santa Fe parts or Hyundai Santa Fe parts manual, do visit You would also get a lot of information about the Santa Fe here, including Hyundai Santa Fe common problems and how to deal with them.

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