Hyundai has unveiled the slightly redesigned 2016 Santa Fe (aka The Prime in South Korea).
In terms of design, the SUV gets reshaped bumpers, new headlights and a redesigned radiator grille. It also receives new wheels design, new taillights and three additional body colors.
Available in five trim levels, the model will be offered with two diesel engines. The 2.0-liter unit has 186 PS (137 kW) at 4,000 rpm, while the bigger 2.2-liter unit delivers 202 PS (149 kW) at 3,800 rpm. Both they are Euro 6 compliant.
The 2016 Santa Fe comes with improved chassis with the use of high strength steel, which, according to the company, should result in better crash test results.
The facelifted Santa Fe has been equipped with several new safety features, like the Advanced Smart Cruise Control, Autonomous Emergency Braking, Blind Spot Detection and Autonomous Highway Safety Driving. Also added are the Around View Monitor, Dynamic Banding Light and Advanced Parking Steering Support System systems, as well as a premium JBL audio system.
Full details about the Euro-spec Santa Fe are expected soon, so stay tuned.
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