The new Santa Fe is a compelling midsized SUV. It slots above Hyundai’s Tucson and competes with the likes of the Ford Edge and Nissan Murano, but it is priced close to some top-trim versions of compact SUVs such as the Honda CR-V, which can make it a bargain. We like its size, safety features, and handling, but buyers should skip the more expensive turbo engine because of its uneven acceleration.
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The SEL Plus trim is a good starting point because it comes with a dual-zone automatic climate control system, sliding second-row seats, sunshades for the rear side windows, the rear occupant alert system, and rear parking sensors. Buyers have to choose the Limited trim in order to get leather seat...
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