How does the base-spec Active scrub up, without all of those bells and whistles?
Call me boring, but the new Hyundai Santa Fe Highlander is my choice. This $60,500 large SUV impressed me in so many ways during a comparison against key rivals that I wrote earlier this year. It’s one thing to make a supercar great, but we can’t forget to focus on cars that everyday people will drive, either...
Welcome to the inaugural CarAdvice Winners Circle, our debut annual award program showcasing our editorial team’s motoring highlight releases of the year. After some long and hard consideration of the pros and cons of more traditional award formats, it was ultimately reader and car industry feedback – through surveys, garage day chats and even a focus group – that moulded exactly the form Winners Circle would take...
The Hyundai Santa Fe Highlander won CarAdvice’s seven-seater-SUV mega test, but does the mid-range Elite maintain the form or drop the ball?
Packed to the gills with technology, safety and convenience items that you might not expect from Hyundai, the new Santa Fe Highlander stamps its authority on the seven-seat large SUV class.
Hyundai has surprised the world with an all-new seven-seat convertible SUV. Could this be the start of a new thing? Paul Maric finds out.
The design is a huge departure from the previous Santa Fe, but maybe a big refresh is what it needed all along. Paul Maric checks out the all-new Hyundai Santa Fe.
The new Hyundai Santa Fe seven-seat SUV is about to arrive in showrooms, bringing improved cabin packaging and more tech. Can it make even greater inroads than its well-regarded predecessor?
With the return of a V6 petrol unit to the range, the Hyundai Santa Fe Active X presents buyers in the large SUV segment with a compelling proposition.
The 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Series II is far from the newest offering, but presents a stronger value proposition in Active diesel guise than ever. There's a reason it still sells so well...
The 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe Highlander is getting on, but it still promises a great value proposition. Does it make the grade?