2024 Hyundai Santa Fe Is More Expensive, but Stays below $50,000

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2024 Hyundai Santa Fe Pricing RevealedHyundai
  • Hyundai has released pricing for the redesigned 2024 Santa Fe mid-size SUV.

  • The new model now comes standard with a third-row seat and a turbocharged engine, meaning it's a lot more expensive than before.

  • The standard version starts at $35,345 and the hybrid starts at $38,345, and it tops our right around $50,000 for the loaded Calligraphy model.

Now that it features a third-row seat, a standard turbocharged engine, and a significantly reworked look inside and out, it's no surprise that the redesigned 2024 Hyundai Santa Fe costs a lot more than its predecessor. The new model, which is also larger than before, starts at $35,345 for the base front-wheel-drive SE version. That's a significant $5260 increase over the old Santa Fe's starting price, but even the top Calligraphy versions of this mid-size SUV manage to eke in below $50,000.

A 281-hp turbocharged 2.5-liter inline-four, an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, and front-wheel drive come standard on the SE, SEL ($37,845), Limited ($44,745) and Calligraphy ($47,895) versions of the Santa Fe. All-wheel drive is an $1800 option, although it's standard on the off-road-oriented XRT model, starting at $41,995.

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Santa Fe XRTHyundai

The Santa Fe hybrid is a bit more expensive, starting at $38,345 for the SEL, $45,245 for the Limited, and $48,395 for the Calligraphy. It also comes standard with front-wheel drive and offers AWD as an $1800 extra. Hyundai hasn't released fuel economy estimates for the hybrid yet, but it should come in somewhere around the 32–34 mpg combined figure for the old model.

Hyundai says that the nonhybrid models are starting to reach U.S. dealerships now, while the hybrid versions will have to wait until the spring.

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