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It may have taken Hyundai a while to earn its fantastic reputation, but today, this is a manufacturer that is definitely thought of as being a strong competitor in the world of SUVs. Hyundai makes reliable sport utility vehicles that look great, handle well and are unbelievably affordable. It is pretty amazing that Hyundai manages to give you all they do at their low price when other lines charge a fortune for many of the same features. If you are in the market for a sport utility vehicle, Sa... (full review continues below)

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Hyundai Santa Fe SUV Crossover

Hyundai Santa Fe SUV Crossover
Year
2013
MSRP
Fuel Economy
City / Highway
Engine
2.4L 4C
Seats
6
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Hyundai Santa Fe Sport SUV Crossover

Hyundai Santa Fe Sport SUV Crossover
Year
2013
MSRP
$24,450
Fuel Economy
22 City / 33 Highway
Engine
2.4L I4
Seats
5
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Hyundai Santa Fe Sport SUV Crossover

Hyundai Santa Fe Sport SUV Crossover
Year
2013
MSRP
Fuel Economy
City / Highway
Engine
2.0L 4C
Seats
6
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Hyundai Tuscon SUV Crossover

Hyundai Tuscon SUV Crossover
Year
2013
MSRP
$19,245
Fuel Economy
20 City / 27 Highway
Engine
2.0L I4
Seats
5
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Hyundai SUV Reviews

It may have taken Hyundai a while to earn its fantastic reputation, but today, this is a manufacturer that is definitely thought of as being a strong competitor in the world of SUVs. Hyundai makes reliable sport utility vehicles that look great, handle well and are unbelievably affordable. It is pretty amazing that Hyundai manages to give you all they do at their low price when other lines charge a fortune for many of the same features. If you are in the market for a sport utility vehicle, Santa Fe and Tucson are both vehicles that worthy of a long and hard glance.

The Santa Fe has been redesigned for 2013, and boy does it turn heads on the road! A five-passenger Sport version is available, but most consumers will want to opt for the longer wheelbase model that offers seven-passenger seating. Even if you don’t haul passengers, you really can’t pass up this amount of cargo space. You definitely get a lot for a little with the Santa Fe! With a starting MSRP of only $24, 450, you get 17-inch alloy wheels, power accessories, a six-speaker audio system and Hyundai’s Blue Link telematics system.

Sport 2.0 adds on a turbocharged engine, keyless entry and 19-inch wheels while Limited gives you heated second row seats, a 4.3-inch touchscreen audio display, upgraded interior and rearview camera. Of course, plenty of options and bundles are also available, if you don’t mind paying just a little bit more. A panoramic sunroof, navigation system and stellar 12-speaker Infinity surround sound system are a few examples of what you have to choose from.

Those looking for the Veracruz in the Hyundai lineup may be a little disappointed to find that the vehicle has been disconnected for 2013. However, this is why Santa Fe is now available in two lengths with a variety of trims and packages to make up for the missing Veracruz.

For a more budget-friendly option, the 2013 Tucson starts at only $19,245. Although it does not offer as much cargo space as others in this small crossover segment, it does still manage to compete nicely with Toyota RAV4, Honda CR-V, Ford Escape and Mazda CX-5.

This five-passenger vehicle comes in GL, GLS and Limited trims, with two different engine choices. The first is an extremely fuel-efficient 2.0-liter inline-4 engine, which will be ideal for those who do a lot of city driving while the 176 horsepower 2.4-liter four-cylinder offers a little more power for those needing confidence for merging on the highway.

The GL trim includes 17-inch steel wheels, six-spoke audio system and the basic power accessories, but GLS really adds on a lot for a minimal price increase, including heated side mirrors, nicer wheels and an upgraded suspension. For all the bells and whistles, Tucson buyers will get the Limited trim with 18-inch alloy wheels, leather upholstery, keyless entry and a whole lot more. There is also an option on the Tucson to add on a rearview camera, touchscreen navigation system and panoramic sunroof. Even if you add on pretty much everything, the price is still well below a lot of other vehicles with the same equipment.