I recently spent a week driving the 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited for review. My week included daily trips to the office (23 miles each way), taking the kids to a football game, and a family trip to the cider mill.
Being the grandma, I am a little out of practice when it comes to lugging around a stroller, baby gear and car seat. The 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited made it easy for us to take our granddaughter out for an evening. It offers a lot of space, easy to fold down seats, and one of my favorite features – Hands-free Smart Liftgate with auto open.
Being the driver of the 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited means you have the top of the line technology at your fingers tips. Such as Hyundai’s innovative Blue Link Telematics System, a 12-way power driver seat that heats and cools, and a stunning a 4.3-inch touchscreen color audio system with GPS and a rearview camera. Plus, a Heated steering wheel. How cool is that!
I love that Hyundai designed the 2016 Santa Fe with a more sporty look. Bumper to bumper this is one beautiful vehicle.
Hyundai Santa Fe has a long list of features to make time on the road comfortable, and enjoyable. Below is a list of seven of our favorites.
- Panoramic sunroof. It was a beautiful day, so we all enjoyed the sunshine and fresh air.
- Proximity Key Entry With Push Button Start.
- Dual front, backseat, and even third row temperature control. Our family seldom agrees on a temperature, so this feature made us all happy.
- Manual rear side window sunshades. This was great while our granddaughter was with us.
- Rear cup-holders, seatback pockets.
- Infinity® Logic 7® surround sound 12-speaker audio with subwoofer (550 watts)
- Heated rear seats. Yes, I said rear seats!
Not just filled with fun features, the 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited is one safe ride.
Blind Spot Detection with Rear Cross-traffic Alert helps detect when a vehicle is in the driver’s blind spot and provides both an audible and a visual alert to help keep you aware as you move down the road. When reverse gear is selected, Rear Cross-traffic Alert helps identify and warn the driver of vehicles approaching from the side.
Traction Control System (TCS) works in tandem with Electronic Stability Control (ESC), TCS limits power and applies brakes to individual wheels to reduce the occurrence of wheelspin, and routes power to the wheel with the most traction.
Seven airbags. Seven! Including a driver’s knee airbag.
The Hyundai Santa Fe comes with a five star safety rating. Giving us as much peace of mind, as it does modern technology and comfort.
I really enjoyed my week with The 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited. This is one of the most enjoyable and comfortable vehicles that I have driven. Though it’s considerably larger than the car I currently drive, I could easily see myself owning a Santa Fe one day.
Visit the Hyundai official website for complete vehicle details, including motor specs and to find a dealer near you.
Disclosure: I was delivered a 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited to drive for seven days. I was not asked or influenced to write a positive review. The photos used and opinions express are my own and honest. I am disclosing this information as part of the legal FTC blogger regulations.