Long 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe shows record salesMay 29, 2019
The popular Korean cross with slightly corrected dimensions made its debut on the car market of China at the end of March of 2019. According to customer sympathies, the novelty immediately bypassed its predecessor.
Chinese motorists love “stretched” versions of popular global models. So, just over a month since the entry into the Chinese market, the elongated Hyundai Santa Fe 2019 showed a record level of sales – 5,500 copies. According to specialized media, this figure was higher than the figure that previous generation crossovers could boast of at the end of last year.
The elongated Santa Fe, specially created for China’s car market, is noticeably larger than the global crossover. Thus, the Chinese offer SUVs with a length of 4,930 mm (+160 mm) and a distance between the axles of 2,865 mm (+100 mm).
In the cabin of such a car, seven people can comfortably travel, and the traditional KP lever here is replaced by convenient buttons. In addition, Hyundai Santa Fe for China receives modern multimedia with voice control, non-contact charging for gadgets and a biometric fingerprint sensor (you can use it to unlock the central lock).
In the movement of an elongated cross leads a two-liter gasoline turbo engine with a power of 240 hp, combined with an eight-speed “automatic”. The drive can be both front and full. For the most affordable Santa Fe 2019, they ask for 212,800 yuan.
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