Hyundai Santa Fe manuals

Hyundai Santa Fe manuals

There was a time when the reasons to pick a Hyundai Santa Fe as your crossover SUV were few. It had a low price and a lot of standard features, but that original first-generation model failed to perform to the level of its competition in most other areas.Thankfully, the second-generation Hyundai Santa Fe presented a big step up in terms of styling and performance. Highlighted by its contemporary appearance and upscale and roomy interior design, this model made a respectable choice for a used midsize crossover. Now the latest, third-generation Santa Fe raises the bar even further, with its truly impressive performance, attractive styling, high-quality cabin and generous standard features roster.

Manuals for all generetions of Hyundai Santa Fe car

Third generation DM (2013Ц2014) Hyundai launched its third-generation seven-seat Santa Fe here in September 2012 to do battle with the big players in the competitive large-SUV market. The previous model Santa Fe had trailed the homegrown Ford Territory, the Holden Captiva, Toyota Kluger and Jeep Grand Cherokee in sales, but the Korean car-maker upped the ante with version 3.0.
Second generation CM (2007Ц2012) Hyundai's second-generation SUV grew in size markedly – from a larger compact SUV into a fully-fledged mid-sized 4WD wagon – and also took big strides in comfort and refinement. Fitted with a part-time on-demand 4WD system, alloy wheels and integrated roof racks, other gains included seven-seater versions and a 2.2-litre CRDi turbo-diesel option to the standard 2.7-litre V6 petrol powerplant.
First generation SM (2001Ц2006) Hyundai’s first foray into the car-based SUV segment was with the Santa Fe, a medium-sized five-seater four-door wagon with compact-SUV pricing. And it wasn’t too bad an effort either, with adequate power, space, refinement and on-road capabilities – while some ground clearance did allow the Santa Fe to venture slightly off-road.