Hyundai Santa Fe New Cars in India
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|Ex-Showroom Price - Rs. 23 Lacs. - Rs. 26.1 Lacs.|
Hyundai Santa Fe New Car Overview
Hyundai's previous SUV offerings, the Tucson and the Terracan, proved to be slow sellers. The Santa Fe, has been a roaring success for Hyundai. The company initially had book marked just 500 units for the Indian market annually, but the entire lot was sold out in less than three months. The combination of a diesel engine and 7 seats is alluring. However, we'd advise you to go for the automatic version. The clutch in the manual version is for premier league footballers only.
|Length x Width x Height (mm)||4660X1890X1760|
|Ground clearance (mm)||200|
|Fuel tank capacity (lt)||70|
|Engine & Transmission|
|Power (PS @ rpm)||197 @ 3,800|
|Torque (Nm @ rpm)||420.7 @ 1800-2500|
|Gearbox||6 Speed Transaxle|
|Suspension & Brakes|
|Front suspension||MacPherson Strut Type|
|Rear suspension||Multi Link Type|
|Front brakes||Ventilated Type|
|Rear brakes||Solid Disc|
|Wheels & Tyres|
|Tyre size and type||235/60 R 18 Tubeless|
|Wheel size and type||R18 Alloy|
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