2015 HYUNDAI SANTA FE Active DM II Turbo Diesel Automatic 7 Seats Wagon for sale $31,000

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Title 2015 HYUNDAI SANTA FE Active DM II Turbo Diesel Automatic 7 Seats Wagon
Price AUD $31,000
Listing Type Used
Refcode DIY1104251
Engine Size - cc 2,200
Fuel Type Diesel
Transmission Automatic
Roadworthy RWC
Odometer 195,000
Colour White

Hyundai Santa Fe Active DM II Turbo Diesel Automatic 7 Seats Wagon Reg June 2022. RWC supplied.

Go anywhere in this 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe. This car has 7 airbags fitted for your protection with an ANCAP safety rating of 5. This 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe Active Auto 4x4 MY15 has central locking, power door mirrors, side airbags, air conditioning, cruise control and front fog lamps.

- Rear view camera ensures you back out with care
- 17" alloy wheels
- Rear cup holders
- Front cup holders
- ABS brakes
- Storage compartment in centre console
- Remote central locking
- Leather look steering wheel
- Towing facilities.

This car is priced to sell quickly at $31,000. Vehicle registration paid until June 2022. This Hyundai Santa Fe has front & rear power windows and brake assist.

Perfect safe reliable economical family car in excellent condition that has been used for mainly country, as opposed to city, driving.

extract from road test report:

As a family hauler the Santa Fe Active serves up most of the gear a growing family needs, as well as a full complement of safety equipment and a basic, but functional array of infotainment features.

The Active grade offers manually-adjustable cloth-trimmed seats, Bluetooth phone and audio streaming capability, a basic six-speaker single-CD audio system, a manually-operated HVAC system, power windows and mirrors and remote central locking, cruise control and a trip computer.

There's a USB and 3.5mm auxiliary audio plug included too, and four 12-volt outlets (including one in the cargo area) for all the devices you need on a weekend away.

The Santa Fe's interior offers seating in three rows, the second adjustable longitudinally and with 60:40-split/folding functionality. The third, which folds in to the floor when not in use, is capable of being split 50:50 to facilitate the loading of irregularly shaped objects, while the retractable cargo cover and cargo net store neatly under the boot floor when not in use.

The second and third-row seats are offered with top-tether child seat anchors and three-point seat belts too, while the outboard seats of the second row also feature ISOFIX preparation.

The Santa Fe offers between 516 and 1615 litres of cargo space (depending on configuration), while a full-size matching alloy wheel is house under the rear of the vehicle meaning you don't need to unload the boot to change a flat.

Active grade Santa Fe variants ride on 17-inch alloy wheels and are shod with 235/65-series tyres. The smaller wheel and larger tyre profile combination proves more comfortable than we've experience from the Highlander's 19-inch wheels, and is also a whisker quieter on the open road the only real noise noticed a hint of wind coming from the Santa Fe's wing mirrors.

Like many in this class, the Santa Fe employs an on-demand all-wheel drive system. In normal circumstances the front wheels drive the car, the rear wheels only engaged when the system recognises a deficit of traction.

It's a fast-acting and seamless system which does not feel as front-oriented as you may think. In fact, compared to a front-wheel drive European SUV sampled recently, the Santa Fe feels very planted, and thanks to its new suspension tune being more compliant over rough surfaces.

The Santa Fe is suspended by a modern MacPherson sturt front, multi-link rear arrangement tuned by HMCA for local conditions. A firmer rear set-up is also available should you choose to fit the 2000kg (braked) tow pack.

We sampled the 2.2-litre R Series turbo-diesel in the Santa Fe and found that, with the exception of a little turbo lag, it's a smooth operator with a refined manner once off idle. The engine has a distinct diesel 'rattle' at idle, though again it's not as loud as some in this class, and is perhaps only evident because of Hyundai's lack of an idle stop-start system.

Married to a six-speed automatic, the drivetrain provides linear and purposeful acceleration, and is willing to kick-down quickly for overtaking. We found the transmission to be more eager than previously noted, HMCA citing a software upgrade as the remedy. The crew have also updated the electrically-assisted steering software, eliminating the previous 'digital' feel but still not doing wonders for road feel.

But it's perhaps the only real negative experienced from the driver's seat. The seating position is comfortable and offers a good view of the road ahead. It is well-placed to access all of the primary controls, and the Santa Fe's switchgear. On that front, we did find the HVAC system a little clumsy, the horizontal switch for temperature control awkward by comparison to the circular dial found in most competitors.

The standard reversing camera is a boon in the large SUV, too, as the model's thicker D pillars and upswept rear-end does impact on vision when reversing. It's a common trait in many SUVs, and one shorter drivers may find particularly concerning.

The most impressive feature of the Santa Fe was not its after-sales support nor its space and equipment levels but its efficiency.

Admittedly my week with the vehicle saw a 30:70 split between city and highway travel but, even so, the average of 6.7L/100km achieved is rather impressive. I used a gentle driving style and the Santa Fe's ECO Active mode to obtain the number, squeezing 955km from the 64-litre tank.

As a vehicle that continues to impress and one that seems to improve its value proposition each time we meet the Santa Fe is a seven-seat SUV family buyers really should consider

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