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2018 / 2021 (Facelift) 4th Generation Hyundai Santa Fe

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Interior looks really nice.

 

Headlights really small. It seems the fog lights are bigger

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Interior looks really nice.

 

Headlights really small. It seems the fog lights are bigger

those headlight design is like the kona... the top ones are actually the LED daytime running lights, while the bottom ones are the actual main headlights.. new style for their SUVs.

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those headlight design is like the kona... the top ones are actually the LED daytime running lights, while the bottom ones are the actual main headlights.. new style for their SUVs.

I see.. don't even know that before trying..Nice one from Hyundai!
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Nice design but i dont like the front grill.

 

haha same here... there seems to be a slight change in the body shape from the current Santa Fe. back looks the same though. 

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Dimensions

Length: 4,770 mm (+70 mm)

Width: 1,890 mm (+10 mm)

Height: 1,680 mm (+0 mm)

Wheelbase: 2,765 mm (+65 mm)

 

2.0L Turbo-charged Petrol (Seta II 2.0 Turbo GDi)

- 235ps Horsepower

- 353Nm Torque

- 9.5Km/L FC

 

2.0L Diesel (R2.0 e-VGT)

- 186ps Horsepower

- 402Nm Torque

- 13.8Km/L FC

 

2.2L Diesel (R2.2 e-VGT)

- 202ps Horsepower

- 441Nm Torque

- 13.6Km/L FC

 

Transmission: 8 Speed Auto
 
Air-Resistance Coefficient (Cd): 0.337
 
Boot Capacity: 130 Ltr (3 row of seats up), 625 Ltr (2 rows of seats up)
 
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Hypersonic

Bro Carbon, looking at the dimension alone, it certainly is smaller than a sharan, be it wheelbase, length and width.

 

sharan more value for money..hahahahaha

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6th Gear

Yeah lor... I didn't realise it's so small... looks rather bulky when I sat in the old model...

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To put things in perspective, this new 7seater Santa Fe is larger than the out going one we have in Singapore, but smaller if you were to compare it with the outgoing 7 seater Grand Santa Fe sold in other part of the world.

 

Standard Santa Fe (5 Seater) / Singapore 7 seater

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Grand Santa Fe (7 Seater)

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On the other hand, the new Santa Fe is about the same size as the current generation of Kia Sorento.

 

Kia Sorento

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New 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe Dimensions
 
Length: 4,770 mm
 
Width: 1,890 mm
 
Height: 1,680 mm
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To put things in perspective, this new 7seater Santa Fe is larger than the out going one we have in Singapore, but smaller if you were to compare it with the outgoing 7 seater Grand Santa Fe sold in other part of the world.

 

Standard Santa Fe (5 Seater) / Singapore 7 seater

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Grand Santa Fe (7 Seater)

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On the other hand, the new Santa Fe is about the same size as the current generation of Kia Sorento.

 

Kia Sorento

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New 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe Dimensions
 
Length: 4,770 mm
 
Width: 1,890 mm
 
Height: 1,680 mm

 

 

the standard was way too small. i asked komoco why never bring in the grand and they said no market for it. 

now that it's on the same platform with the sorento, i believe it will sell better 

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Anyone of you noticed that some of the press photos were shot in Singapore? Probably during the Singapore Motor Show period?

 

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The Sorento is still larger... why???

I don’t think 10mm shorter in length n 5mm shorter in height makes much diff. I would classify it same size as current Sorento which is just nice for 7seater SUV.

 

Anyway let’s wait for the car to arrive n then compare as some cars can be more spacious inside despite the compact external measurements.

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Anyone of you noticed that some of the press photos were shot in Singapore? Probably during the Singapore Motor Show period?

 

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Wah bro your eyes damn sharp. I didn’t see this car at motor show but perhaps I missed it? Anyone saw it?

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I donât think 10mm shorter in length n 5mm shorter in height makes much diff. I would classify it same size as current Sorento which is just nice for 7seater SUV.

 

Anyway letâs wait for the car to arrive n then compare as some cars can be more spacious inside despite the compact external measurements.

Look at the wheel base... overall length doesn't mean much cos the overhang can be quite different... but wheel base gives a good gauge of interior legroom... 10 mm is not to be sniffed at...
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