2024 Hyundai Santa Fe: Everything you need to know
Hyundai has lifted the veil on its new Santa Fe seven-seater – and there’s a lot more to this boxy bus than its polarising design.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the car’s arrival in Australia during the first half of 2024.
How big is the new Hyundai Santa Fe?
The new Santa Fe has grown up compared to its predecessor.
At 4830mm long and 1900mm wide, it’s 55mm longer than the SUV it replaces – but the same width. The 2815mm wheelbase is 50mm longer than before, which should help free up more legroom for rear passengers.
Weights range from 2060kg for the base 2.5-litre model, to 2295kg for the plug-in hybrid.
Claimed boot space is 725 litres with the second row in place, up 91L on the car it replaces.
Interior space has been improved across the board courtesy of the bigger exterior, longer wheelbase, and boxier design.
Hyundai claims the second and third rows both feature more legroom than before (up 20mm and 15mm respectively), and says there’s now 69mm more headroom in the rearmost seats. The third row also now reclines further.