The Hyundai Santa Fe that has been redesigned for the 2021 model is more luxurious and has great looks better than its predecessors. With the 2021 model year Calligraphy trim it seems Hyundai is trying to the luxury market.
The new Hyundai Santa Fe is not completely redesigned, the exterior gets facelifts that’s give it a bold exterior looks and to go with this interior it comes with a 10.25-inch navigation system and 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, and advanced features that generally comes in luxury vehicles like BMW and Audi.
Let’s look at the pricing for the 2021 model. The base model of Santa Fe SE starts from $28,025 with a $575 hike than the 2020 model. It features an LED headlight, taillights, an 8.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection. It features a 2.5 L inline-four paired to 8-speed automatic transmission producing 191 horsepower. The front-wheel-drive comes standard and all-wheel-drive is available.
The Calligraphy trim features all-wheel-drive, different 20-inch wheels, Nappa-leather upholstery, synthetic suede headliner, 10-3-inch touchscreen, 12.3-inch digital cluster, heated and cooled front seats, a head-up display, remote start, and remote parking feature. It is powered by a 2.5 L turbo-4 with 8-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission producing 277 horsepower. The top trim Calligraphy tops the range and price at $43,475, including destination. This is $2,700 more than last year’s top trims.
Hyundai hasn’t released the pricing of the new lineup member of Santa Fe that is Hybrid. It features a 1.6 L turbo-4 and two motors producing 225 horsepower and 195 lb-ft of torque. The automaker is also planning a plug-in hybrid variant to Santa Fe later in 2021.