Hyundai Santa Fe Trail

Hyundai as you know has already come up with a new Santa Fe. But before they let this one go, they are going to make a couple of special editions of it.

This one called the Trail is for the Australian market. As well a high levels of performance and efficiency, seven-seat Santa Fe ‘Trail’ benefits from a raft of new features including new entertainment and safety equipment. The Santa Fe Trail is available only in All-Wheel Drive (AWD) matched a powerful and economical R-series 2.2-litre CRDi diesel engine, and is available in six-speed manual and six-speed automatic transmissions.

The Santa Fe has always been one of the most popular, and most affordable family SUVs. The new one inherits all the good stuff, but it looks much better and is also better built.


Hyundai Santa Fe Trail equipments and features:

When it comes to safety technology, the Santa Fe Trail ups the ante with the addition of a rear-view camera featuring electro-chromatic mirror display. Operating with a rear tail mounted system, the camera tracks the path of the vehicle when reverse gear is engaged and relays the image to the rear-view mirror for instant driver vision.

For rear seat passengers a roof-mounted entertainment system will provide endless hours of entertainment playing DVD movies, audio CDs and MP3 compilations. This versatile unit is also Sony Playstation and Nintendo Gameboy compatible, and comes complete with two sets of headphones and a handy remote control.

Adding extra appeal for discerning customers, the Santa Fe ‘Trail’ features leather / leatherette seating, complimented with leather wrapped steering wheel and transmission shift knob. Assisting to reduce heat ingress and providing a more restful cabin-space, privacy glass becomes standard on all rear windows.

The refined exterior of Santa Fe Trail, with streamlined front and rear skid plates, chrome tailgate garnish, and premium black piano finish roof racks, features 18″ alloy wheels to complete its upmarket look. A signature badge adorns the rear tailgate.

The Santa Fe Trail comes standard with a full suite of active and passive safety features, earning it the maximum crash performance 5-star ANCAP rating. Standard across the range are Electronic Stability Control (ESC) which incorporates a Traction Control System (TCS), driver and front passenger airbags, dual side front (thorax) airbags and front and rear passenger side curtain airbags (which extend to the third row). Rollover sensors are also standard, whilst further safety features include rear park assist, front & rear fog lamps, and cruise control with steering mounted fingertip controls.

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