Hyundai Santa Fe gets a redesign, new platform and shades of Palisade

Looking good, Santa Fe.


Hyundai’s long championed the value factor, but especially in the last decade, the Korean automaker showed it could also build incredibly compelling cars while delivering on its core message. The new Hyundai Santa Fe stretches that ethos.

The company on Wednesday revealed the latest Santa Fe, which now rides on a new platform and wears a fresh design inside and out. In fact, there are certainly brush strokes borrowed from the larger Palisade inside, which already boasts a mighty impressive cockpit.

The Santa Fe’s front fascia receives the most changes with some pretty nifty

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Kia Telluride or Hyundai Palisade: Which 3-row SUV is best? – Video

Three row crossover SUVs are all about family and when it comes to family matters, there ain’t no rivalry like a sibling rivalry.
That’s why I’m pitting the two best models in the segment, the Kia telluride and the Hyundai palisade head to head.
Despite being under the skin twins, these Korean SUVs actually look and feel different I’ve put a ton of miles on both, and I think one is better than the other.
So, let’s talk looks, performance, interior, tech, safety, pricing, and maybe even a wild card.
Then I’ll pick a winner and it might just Surprise

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2021 Acura TLX revealed, Hyundai Sonata Hybrid tested and more: Roadshow’s week in review

Did we mention the new TLX comes in gold?


With Memorial Day on Monday, this week was a short one, but a busy one nonetheless. Several new cars debuted this week, including the 2021 Acura TLX, and we reviewed a number of important cars.

Here’s a recap of our most important stories from May 24-30.

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Hyundai’s shapely new Sonata now offers a gasoline-electric option. With high style, lots of luxury and a smattering of onboard tech, this is one of the best hybrid midsize sedans you can buy today.

Click here to read our 2020 Hyundai Sonata

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Hyundai and Sony’s new deal could see Spider-Man in a Santa Fe

Peter Parker seems more like a mid-engine-Veloster kind of guy, or maybe I’m just projecting.

Sony Pictures Entertainment

Automaker partnerships with the movie industry are nothing new, the Marvel Cinematic Universe being one of the most obvious in recent memory. It’s a simple formula: Take a blockbuster movie, throw in an actual brand or two and hope that results in boosted sales. Hyundai’s about to take a big bet along these lines, putting itself into cahoots with a studio that has some big flicks on the horizon.

Hyundai announced this week that it has inked a deal with Sony Pictures

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