2024 Hyundai Santa Fe Pricing Announced

AutoGuide.com Staff
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Hyundai has introduced the pricing details for its 2024 Santa Fe range, starting with the base model at $33,950. The lineup comes standard with a 2.5L Turbo engine across most models, paired with an 8-speed DCT transmission, and the option of either FWD or AWD drivetrains.

*MSRP excludes freight charges, tax, title, and license fees. Freight Charges for the 2024MY Santa Fe are $1,395. Freight charges and actual dealer prices may vary. Vehicles displayed may contain optional equipment at additional cost. Accessory items shown may vary according to model and illustration. Hyundai Motor America reserves the right to change prices and features at any time.

Core Features Across the Range

The Santa Fe model comes with either a 2.5-liter turbo engine, or a 1.6-liter turbo hybrid drivetrain. The transmission is an 8-speed DCT for the 2.5-liter or a 6-speed cnventional automatic for the hybrid. All models boast wireless software update capabilities, enhancing convenience and the latest technological features.

Drivetrain Options for Varied Needs

The selection includes both FWD and AWD options, catering to different driving preferences and conditions. The FWD option is available starting from the base model up to the Calligraphy trim, while the AWD is offered from the base SE AWD model through to the Hybrid line.

Premium and Specialized Trims

The lineup ascends in luxury and features with the Limited and Calligraphy trims, with the latter priced at $46,500 for the FWD version.

Hybrid Alternatives

For those interested in fuel efficiency, the Santa Fe SE Hybrid FWD begins at $36,950, with the Santa Fe Limited Hybrid AWD topping the hybrid offerings at $45,650.

Enhancements and Additional Features

New to the Santa Fe is a dual-hinged center console for improved accessibility and a range of optional features including a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, enhanced connectivity options, and advanced charging and sanitizing solutions.

Upgraded Capability

For those seeking more adventurous capabilities, the Santa Fe XRT AWD model presents a more rugged option at $40,600. The XRT is a more off-road focused option, featuring standard all-terrain tires, unique alloy wheels, and an increased ground clearance. The towing capacity sees an upgrade, elevating the XRT’s functional appeal.

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  • Ninja250 Ninja250 on Jan 26, 2024

    OK Hyundai - we've owned two great Sonata's and the 2011 SE model is still going strong at 125,000 miles. I'd love to buy the new Santa Fe, but you don't offer a drivetrain combination that I'm even vaguely interested in. Like my current Sonata, I want a 2.5 liter, normally aspirated four cylinder connected to a real 6 or 8 speed automatic -NOT A DCT or CVT. Is it really so hard for manufactures to understand that less complex is better? I'd even spring for the AWD upgrade if I could GET THE ENGINE/TRANSMISSION I WANT. Guess we'll be driving the Sonata a few more years.

    BTW - the State of Ohio charges a $100 fee at license plate time for hybrids that knocks a nice chunk out of the savings now that gas prices have come down.