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2019 Hyundai Santa Fe
2019 Hyundai Santa Fe: two- and three-row crossover is bigger, squarer, and now has a diesel

The New York auto show whose media days ended Thursday saw several debuts of high-volume crossover utility vehicles. One was a redesigned 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe mid-size crossover, which gained size, new features, and considerably more traditional and upright SUV-like styling. Hyundai said the base...Read More»

2018 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport
2018 Hyundai Santa Fe, Santa Fe Sport crossovers recalled over steering wheels that may detach

Hyundai is recalling nearly 44,000 2018 Santa Fe and 2018 Santa Fe Sport crossovers sold in the US and approximately 8,500 of the vehicles sold in Canada over a defect that could cause the steering wheel to detach from the steering column and increase the possibility of an accident. The recall was...Read More»

2019 Hyundai Santa Fe, 2018 New York auto show
2019 Hyundai Santa Fe emerges with dapper styling

The 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe has a new face. The automaker showed off its redesigned mid-size crossover Thursday ahead of its formal debut at next month's Geneva Motor Show, and when it arrives in U.S. dealers later this year, it won't look like anything else in the automaker's showrooms. The images...Read More»

2016 Hyundai Santa Fe
Hyundai recalls 600,000 U.S. vehicles: Genesis, Sonata, Santa Fe, Santa Fe Sport

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration published two large recalls from Hyundai this morning. Combined, they affect nearly 600,000 vehicles registered in the U.S. RECALL #1: 2013-2017 Hyundai Santa Fe, Santa Fe Sport UNITS AFFECTED: 437,400 This recall is the result of a problem with...Read More»

2017 Hyundai Tucson
2016-2017 Hyundai Tucson, 2017 Santa Fe recalled for brake light problem

Hyundai is recalling more than 5,600 Tucson and Santa Fe crossovers from the 2016 and 2017 model years. According to a bulletin from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, some of those vehicles may suffer from an electrical glitch that could increase the risk of them being rear-ended...Read More»