Hyundai builds Santa Fe in Montgomery, AL. Engine and transmission also come from U.S. plants.
Steering wheel controls framed in satin metallic trim.
Hyundai Santa Fe 2nd row legroom ample.
Second-row seats fold in 60/40 split.
Speaker grates textured for visual depth.
Driver seat moves eight ways electrically, with lumbar support.
Contrast stitching adds touch of color to taupe/gray leather.
Wireless smartphone charging is simple.
Digital gauge cluster easy to navigate.
Second-row seats slide forward for easier side access to cargo.
Distinctive, woven headliner resembles tweed.
Eight-speed automatic transmission is standard.
Satin-finish wood-like trim extends along front door trim to upper instrument panel.
Head-up display offers multiple viewing options.
Color head-up display as projected on windshield.
In-floor storage in cargo hold.
Buttons on right side of cargo hold can release second-row seats for folding down.
Brushed aluminum sillplates.
While assembled in U.S., 54% of Santa Fe's major content comes from Korea.