The first tests Hyundai Santa Fe new generation: cheap plastic, but clear habits

The first tests Hyundai Santa Fe new generation: cheap plastic, but clear habits

The reviewers of the British edition Autocar first noted that the visibility on the second and the third row has improved compared to what it was possible to observe on the still current Santa Fe. Despite the modern multimedia system, the cabin is clearly not enough quality plastic, especially on the center console. But the USB sockets, he is not deprived.

Colleagues tested the car with petrol two-liter turbo “four” capacity of 180 horsepower and vosmichastny “automatic”. Transmission excessive “trying” to save fuel, switching at the first opportunity to high gear that may interfere with the active drive. If to translate it in sport mode, the motor starts to spin as it should, however, the noise from it is difficult to make, and most likely, the owners of Santa Fe in this mode will go only in extreme necessity.

The first tests Hyundai Santa Fe new generation: cheap plastic, but clear habitsHyundai has released a half million cars in our country.

The first tests Hyundai Santa Fe new generation: cheap plastic, but clear habitsThe first tests Hyundai Santa Fe new generation: cheap plastic, but clear habitsThe first tests Hyundai Santa Fe new generation: cheap plastic, but clear habitsThe first tests Hyundai Santa Fe new generation: cheap plastic, but clear habitsThe first tests Hyundai Santa Fe new generation: cheap plastic, but clear habitsThe first tests Hyundai Santa Fe new generation: cheap plastic, but clear habitsThe first tests Hyundai Santa Fe new generation: cheap plastic, but clear habitsThe first tests Hyundai Santa Fe new generation: cheap plastic, but clear habitsThe first tests Hyundai Santa Fe new generation: cheap plastic, but clear habits