The all-new Santa Fe is about helping your drive become a safer drive, and it starts with the SUPERSTRUCTURETM at its core. This frame is engineered with our Advanced High Strength Steel for superior rigidity and strength to provide added protection in the event you cannot avoid a collision from happening. But beyond the strong foundation you are surrounded by a suite of available driver assistance technologies actively scanning your surroundings to help keep you safe on your journeys. They’ve been developed to help alert you to, and even avoid, unexpected dangers on the road and include the world’s first Safe Exit Assist technology. Discover an SUV that helps you protect not only you and your passengers, but also the people around you. Introducing the all-new Santa Fe.
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See What the Canadian Experts Think
Hyundai has done an excellent job on the new Santa Fe, which is high in comfort, refined in ride, and rich in features, the latter which is especially notable in the lower trims.
This fourth-generation effort ups the ante with its comprehensive and class-exclusive safety systems, classy design, roomier interior, and refined road manners.
Does it grind your gears when your kids fiddle with the door handles while you’re driving? Rev your engine when your kids joke about throwing something out of the window? You are not alone. Everyone can relate to the stress that comes with keeping your family safe on the road.
According to a new study commissioned by Hyundai Canada and executed by Ipsos, when it comes to driving, safety concerns remain high amongst Canadians.
Hyundai Canada spoke to parents across the country as well as with super-Dad and TV personality Scott McGillivray about the vehicle safety woes that are keeping parents up at night. The survey was conducted by Ipsos between October 1st and 18th; a random sample of 1,501 Canadians with children under the age of 18 were interviewed online.
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*Fuel economy figures are based on manufacturer testing and are used for comparison purposes only. Actual fuel efficiency may vary based on driving conditions and the addition of certain vehicle accessories.