2015 Hyundai Santa Fe GLS FWD

2015 Hyundai Santa Fe GLS FWD
  • MSRP$30,150 Invoice$28,725
    • 18 City
    • 25 Hwy
  • Seating7
  • Cargo382 L (13 cu.ft.)
  • Towing2,268kg (5,000lbs)

Estimated Monthly Payment

Term 24 mo 36 mo 48 mo 60 mo 72 mo 84 mo
Payment $1,323 $904 $694 $569 $486 $426

2015 Hyundai Santa Fe Buyer's Guide

The Hyundai Santa Fe is a mid-size 6 or 7 passenger crossover SUV, not to be confused with the smaller 5 passenger Santa Fe Sport. Last redesigned for the 2013 model year, the exterior is pleasant to look at, but the interior is where the Santa Fe shines, with a well-designed dashboard layout, quality materials and plenty of room, except in the third row, which is quite tight and best suited for children (or smaller adults). 6 passenger models get second row captains chairs. Cargo space behind the third row is a bit small at 13.5 cubic feet, but space behind the second row is quite generous at 40.9 cubic feet and there is some in-floor storage. Towing capacity is a surprisingly good 5,000 lbs.


What's the difference between trims?

2015 Hyundai Santa Fe GLS
  • 18-inch wheels
  • Bluetooth connectivity
  • Blue Link telematics system
  • Rearview camera
2015 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited
  • 19-inch wheels
  • Second row captain's chairs
  • Dual automatic climate control
  • Leather upholstery

What makes it move?

All Santa Fes are powered by a 3.3 liter V6 that makes use of gasoline direct injection and Dual Continuously Variable Valve Timing (D-CVVT). The engine puts out 290 horsepower and 252 lb-ft of torque, and sends power to the wheels through a 6-speed automatic transmission with SHIFTRONIC and the Active ECO System. Front-wheel drive is standard, and an all-wheel drive system is optional. Fuel economy for front-wheel drive models is 18 mpg city, 25 highway, and 21 combined.

Why buy the 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe?

The Santa Fe is competitively priced, and like all Hyundais the warranty is impressive, and includes 5 years of roadside assistance. The ride is quite comfortable, and handling is secure, but not sporty. All-wheel drive is optional, though like most crossovers the Santa Fe won’t be all that at home in the dirt. Standard safety features include a rearview camera (which helps offset the rather poor rear visibility), Downhill Brake Control (DBC), Hillstart Assist Control (HAC), and the usual suite of traction control and stability control systems. Blind Spot Detection (BSD), Rear Cross-traffic Alert (RCTA), Lane Change Assist, and a Rear Parking Assistance System are available. The Santa Fe is rated Good in crash testing by the IIHS, though small overlap crash testing has not yet been completed.

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