Another Athlete in the Family - The Santa Fe
Sport Joins the Hyundai Lineup
The Santa Fe Sport is all about style and offers all kinds of tech, with features that hold plenty of mass
appeal for the entire family. With three trims to choose from, families and
individuals in the Indianapolis area can find the perfect get-out-there-and-go SUV
for their active lifestyles.
Powertrain Options & Performance in the Santa Fe Sport
- There are two available engines in the Santa Fe Sport, but your standard offering is a 2.4-liter 4-cylinder capable of
a robust 185 horsepower and 178 pound-feet of torque. Those after a little more
oomph will appreciate the available 2.0-liter turbocharged engine rated at a
seriously impressive 240 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of
- Each engine pairs to a 6-speed automatic
transmission featuring SHIFTRONIC®, which balances the delivery of power
with fuel efficiency.
- While it's not standard, Active Cornering Control
All-Wheel Drive (AWD) is an available option that offers superior traction in
those less-than-stable driving conditions.
Entertainment & Safety Technologies in the Santa Fe Sport
your convenience, the Santa Fe Sport has four 12-volt power outlets, as
well as a driver-centric arrangement of steering-wheel-mounted audio, cruise,
and Bluetooth® controls. Listen to all your favorite music via Bluetooth® over
the available available 12-speaker Infinity® Premium Audio System with
QuantumLogic® Surround and Clari-Fi™ Music Restoration Technology. If you're
looking for that front-row feeling without ever having to purchase tickets to a
concert, the Santa Fe has you covered. An optional 8-inch touchscreen display with available navigation helps you keep everything in order.
The Santa Fe Sport comes equipped with a standard
rearview camera and Daytime Running Lights, but the suite
of available safety equipment is robust as well. Take to the streets with
confidence with available safety features like Smart Cruise Control, Automatic Emergency Braking, Lane Departure Warning, Blind
Spot Detection with Rear Cross-traffic Alert, Lane Change Assist, Multi-view Camera System, and even Dynamic Bending Lights,
providing superior visibility around corners, as your headlights turn slightly
when you turn the steering wheel, to help guide you around the bend.
What Makes the Santa Fe Sport Different from the Santa Fe?
Right off the bat, drivers will notice
the Santa Fe Sport is a bit smaller than the Santa Fe, offering two
rows with seating for five, while the Santa Fe has three available rows and
seating for up to seven. The Santa Fe Sport also has a little less cargo
room than the Santa Fe. This makes the Santa Fe Sport more nimble and
a little easier to maneuver in a city like Indianapolis.