2005 Hyundai Santa FeAnn Smith - Buford, GA10/07/2016
I bought my Santa Fe brand new in 2005. I bought it because I do a lot of expressway driving and needed to sit high enough to see traffic issues. This car has so much get up and go. It is the 3.5L, 6 cylinder model. It has so much power. I just love it if i need to take off quickly or get around in traffic Handles well, has short wheel base for easy U-turns....just a great car!
Stylish and roomy SantaFe Sport gets decent gas mileage.
2013 Hyundai Santa FeJoe - Menomonee Falls, WI07/12/2014
The SantaFe "Sport" model is stylish, modern and sporty looking. Because I am a tall man, I needed a car with extra head and leg room--this car has both. Even though, I haven't taken any highway trips yet, but around the city and freeway travel, I'm getting 26mpg average. The 2 best things about this car--keyless entry and backup camera. I recommend both for anyone buying any car. The worst thing about this car is the very stiff suspension--the ride is terribly hard (you feel EVERY road crack and pothole).
average car at higher price
2005 Hyundai Santa FeCHARLES RUSSELL - GAITHERSBURG, MD12/17/2015
I mentioned to the salesperson that the tires were worn without much tread. I had to purchase 4 new tires and was told that the tires were the original ! THEY WERE 10 YEARS OLD. According to the tire salesperson they should have been replaced years ago. The car had 0ver 60000 miles. Would you put 10 yrs old tires on your car?
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