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Starting MSRP: $26,125 *
Cargo Space: 35.9-71.3 cu. ft.
Drivetrain Warranty: 10 yr./100,000 mi.
Starting MSRP: $33,130
Cargo Space: 32.1-67.0 cu. ft.
Drivetrain Warranty: 5 yr./60,000 mi.
Serving Memphis, TN
As you prepare to take home a new crossover SUV, you understandably are focused on finding the best value. In the midsize crossover SUV market, the Hyundai Santa Fe has been a leading contender for years. Its fourth-generation launched two years ago, and Hyundai has made a few updates to it since that time to elevate its appeal even further. The Santa Fe may be compared against the Nissan Murano, which is also a midsize crossover SUV. The last generational update was in 2015 for the Nissan Murano. One of the first design differences that you will notice between these two vehicles is their price. An additional comparison reveals other essential differences.
The 2020 Hyundai Santa Fe has a prominent, sophisticated look with a rugged edge. It shows off a defined hood that rolls moderately into the stunning grille with a chrome pattern. This grille flares outward at the top to integrate with the LED lights. Below the lights, a stacked pair of headlights and foglamps adds to the innovative front-end styling. Exterior gear includes up to 19-inch alloy wheels, integrated turning signals, a sunroof, a power liftgate, and other items. In contrast, the Murano for 2020 is defined throughout the exterior by a pointed nose that flares back across the gentle curvature of the hood and roof. Chrome accents line the front bumper, lower side panels, and side windows. The 2020 Murano’s exterior features may include LED headlights, foglamps, heated side mirrors, and a few others.
The Santa Fe is offered in five trims for the 2020 model year, and these trims are well-appointed with impressive features and technologies. Equipment that may be in your Santa Fe includes memory seats with heating and power adjustments, leather material, side window sunshades, up to an 8-inch digital display screen, an Infinity sound system, smart device app integration, a rearview monitor with parking assistance or a surround-view monitor, remote keyless entry, Bluetooth connectivity and other items. At the base trim level for the Murano, you may find cloth seating with manual adjustments, an 8-inch display screen, Bluetooth tech, a standard sound system with six speakers, a push-button ignition, and a few other items.
Most of the Santa Fe’s safety features for the 2020 model year are loaded into all trim levels. Some of these items are hill descent control, a driver attention warning, engine immobilization, lane keep assist, a rear occupant alert, rear cross-traffic collision avoidance, pedestrian detection, forward collision avoidance, and other items. In the 2020 Nissan Murano, the entry-level trim is outfitted with airbags, standard cruise control, a rearview monitor, auto emergency braking, airbags, and TPMS.
The Wolfchase Hyundai team is excited to assist with your test drive of the Santa Fe. Our associates will also happily answer all of your questions about the Santa Fe so that you can finalize your comparison and pick out your next SUV. Please stop by our Hyundai dealership today for further assistance.