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Drivetrain Warranty: 10 yr./100,000 mi.
Rear Leg Room: 40.9 in.
Drivetrain Warranty: 5 yr./60,000 mi.
Rear Leg Room: 37.9 in.
Serving Memphis, TN
Today’s SUV shoppers have substantial and specific expectations for their next vehicle. If your goal is to find a spacious crossover SUV that is well-suited for keeping you and your passengers comfortable on the road, your attention may be squarely fixed on the 2020 Hyundai Santa Fe. The Santa Fe is a midsize crossover SUV with an overwhelming appeal, and it is currently in its fourth generation. The Nissan Rogue is priced comparably to the Hyundai Santa Fe. It is a compact crossover SUV with a 13-year history, so you reasonably need to understand how these models relate to each other before you pick out your new vehicle.
The five Santa Fe trims available for the 2020 model year are equipped to impress you on the road. The primary powertrain in most trims is a 2.4-liter, I-4 gas engine associated with an eight-speed Shiftronic auto transmission. It produces 185 horsepower. In two powertrains, the Santa Fe receives 235 horsepower from a turbocharged engine linked to the same transmission. In the 2020 Rogue, there is only one powertrain available for the three trims. This 2.5-liter DOHC powertrain is connected to an XTronic continuously variable transmission. It provides you with 170 horsepower.
As a midsize crossover SUV, the Hyundai Santa Fe is a larger vehicle than the Rogue. Its beautiful style shows off a confident base with lower-body cladding and chrome accents on the sides. The intriguing scoop that runs across the side panels supports the Santa Fe’s poised stance. This crossover SUV may be outfitted with exterior equipment like daytime running lights, LED fog lamps, high beam assist, heated side mirrors with integrated turning lights, and other equipment. The 2020 Nissan Rogue, on the other hand, has a comparable yet shorter profile with horizontal definition throughout the sides. It carries the same V-shaped grille that is on most other Nissan models today. Some of its exterior features are halogen headlights, daytime running lights, power-adjusting side mirrors, and more.
Many of the items you may prefer to have access to on the road are found in most Santa Fe’s trim levels. These include Bluetooth tech, hands-free entry, BlueLink, smart cruise control, leather seats, wireless device charging, a rear monitor, an Infinity premium audio system, and other equipment. The Nissan Rogue for 2020 shows a notable variation in the interior features across the trim line. Some features in the Rogue are a temperature management system, a sound system with speed-sensitive volume control, illumination for the mounted steering wheel controls, and other features.
Our Wolfchase Hyundai associates are available to demonstrate the Santa Fe’s many features and assist with your powertrain comparison during a test drive. To learn more about the Santa Fe, schedule your next visit with our Wolfchase Hyundai team today.