HOT: 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe Release Date, News & Rumors
Here we have the latest rumors and news about the 2018 Hyundai Santa FE (release date, color options, changes).
Hyundai’s hugely successful three-row SUV (midsize SUV) has received a mid-cycle refresh last year.
The popular Hyundai 4×4 SUV received some subtle changes up front and rear, as well as minor upgrades inside.
It appears that all the Santa Fe changes and enhancements have been nicely accepted with the consumers in the USA as the model’s US sales have been on the increase ever since its inaugural launch.
Keeping that in mind, there are more and more consumers in US and Canada that want to purchase this stylish Hyundai SUV, therefore, let’s have a closer look at what changes to expect from the 2018 Santa Fe.
Please note that the latest news and rumors about the upcoming Hyundai Santa Fe 2018 (model) have yet to be officially confirmed!
Hyundai Santa Fe 2018 (rumors & news)
Launch date: The 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe release date has yet to be officially announced, but we expect the model to go on sale in US and Canada in the second half of this year.
Dealership arrival: to be announced!
Colors: The 2018 Santa Fe color range may be receive minor changes. The popular 7-seat Hyundai SUV comes in a rainbow of colors, but Hyundai may introduce one or two additional paints to keep the vehicle look fresh on the market.
Design changes: there are no styling changes expected for the 2018 model. Major redesign is expected for the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe, though.
Engine specs: The Santa Fe boasts a range of modern 4-cylinder turbo and V6 engines, so we do not expect anything new here. The Santa Fe redesign a year later may bring new powertrain technology to the range.
Dimensions: The 2018 Santa Fe 3-row SUV will not increase in size. Exterior and interior dimensions, as well as cargo volume will not change either.
We have learned that the 2018 Santa Fe will stay pretty much intact, but that’s not the case fort he 2019 model year.
That’s the year when Hyundai will launch a Santa Fe redesign and that’s exactly when you can expect to see major changes applied.