How much does a 2008 Hyundai Santa Fe cost?

For this report, we were provided the 2008 model, and except for the very minor changes mentioned above, the ’08s are the same as the ’09s. The 2008 Santa Fe starts at $21,495 (plus $750 freight) for the base GLS model with front-wheel drive and five-passenger seating.

What kind of engine does a Hyundai Santa Fe have?

This Hyundai Santa Fe delivers a Gas V6 3.3L/201 engine powering this Automatic transmission. Woodgrain trim,… Description: Used 2008 Hyundai Santa Fe SE with AWD/4WD, Tire Pressure Warning, Alarm, Trip Computer, Rear Bench Seats.

What’s new in the Hyundai Santa Fe for 2009?

For 2009, the Santa Fe returns mostly intact from last year, but there have been a few minor changes. Among them are accommodations for those of us who can’t go anywhere without our iPods or other MP3 music players.

Is the Hyundai Santa Fe a mid-size car?

That pushed the vehicle into the midsize class from its previous compact size. With the redesign, the Santa Fe now competes against the segment- leading Toyota Highlander and other popular midsize crossovers with three rows, including the Honda Pilot.

Our 2008 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited with all-wheel-drive had a base price of $29,630. The navigation system, which displaces the six-disc CD changer, added $1,750. Add in $120 for carpeted floor mats, and our total came to $31,470, putting it on par with other small SUVs.

What are the features of the Hyundai Santa Fe limited?

The Limited trim receives a standard 605-watt Infinity Logic 7 Surround Sound audio system and a power tilt-and-slide sunroof. A new LG navigation unit is optional. The Hyundai Santa Fe is a unibody SUV made for tackling the urban jungle, not the rain-forest jungle. Since its introduction in 2000, almost half a million have been sold.

Does the 2008 Hyundai Santa Fe limited have navigation system?

The 2008 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited features a navigation system with high-resolution, colorful maps. Its Infinity audio system produces good sound. We also like the grip provided by the locking all-wheel-drive system. When the navigation system is present, you lose the six-disc CD changer, and there is no auxiliary input, minimizing music options.

When did the Hyundai Santa Fe first come out?

Since its introduction in 2000, almost half a million have been sold. The Santa Fe is right at home running the kids to soccer practice (made easier with the optional third-row seat), hauling groceries from the supermarket or heading to the mountains for the weekend.