The 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe has recently been announced as “Compact SUV / Crossover of the Year” by the AutoJudge Awards. The Texas Auto Media Association (TAMA) and their readership voted on the award and presented it at the opening day of SEMA 2013.
“We are very proud to see our Santa Fe continue its winning streak with the 2013 AutoJudge Awards,” said Jim Trainor, Senior Group Manger, Product Public Relations Hyundai Motor America. “The men and women behind these awards are experts in their own right and this win affirms Hyundai’s commitment to the crossover market.”
What’s New in the 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe:
It was indeed a big win for the 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe, which hit the market just last month. Although the Santa Fe was recently redesigned for the 2013 model year, visionaries at Hyundai are committed to adding updates that further improve its cornerstone crossover. The latest features for 2014 Santa Fe include available safety functions like Blind Spot Detection (BSD) and rear parking assistance as well as exterior upgrades including new standard 18-inch wheels and HID headlights. Interior modifications include the addition of ventilated front seats.
With continuous innovation at work, it’s not difficult to see why the Santa Fe is ahead of others in its class. For instance, the Santa Fe supplies more standard horsepower than the Toyota Highlander, Honda Pilot, Nissan Pathfinder and Mazda CX-9. The 2014 Santa Fe doesn’t cut corners when it comes to interior space, either. The Hyundai Santa Fe seats up to seven and provides a functional 160 cubic feet of space to work with. This is more interior volume than the Toyota Highlander, Dodge Durango and Mazda CX-9.
The choice is clear. The new 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe has arrived and already asserted itself as a best loved compact SUV with the “Compact SUV/Crossover of the Year,” a title reaffirmed by the AutoJudge Awards. See for yourself! Explore the 2014 Santa Fe at your local Hyundai dealer.
Were you won over by the 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe? What is your favorite feature?