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2012 Hyundai Santa Fe Features

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Because of the way Hyundai sells vehicles—with a very limited number of build combinations—the options list for the 2012 Santa Fe looks disconcertingly limited. But with nearly everything coming standard—including many features that are optional or relegated to top trims in competing models—these models deliver a lot of value for the money.

Particularly on the base number of features that cost extra in this class—or at least aren't typically included in base models—such as Bluetooth, keyless entry, cruise control, a trip computer, air conditioning, and USB and iPod inputs. Mid-range SE models get lots of appearance upgrades like 18-inch alloys, adjustable roof-rack rails, fog lamps, body color molding, an LED stop lamp, heated mirror and wiper deicers, and other extras.

Top Limited models get full leather upholstery, a sunroof, and dual-zone climate control, plus 605-watt Infinity surround-sound audio. An optional touchscreen navigation system brings with it a rearview camera and real-time traffic.

You won't have a lot of option and package choices for the 2012 Hyundai Santa Fe, but in any case you'll be getting a very well-equipped vehicle.

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