Hyundai Santa Fe Sport vs Honda CR-V, Ford Escape, Toyota RAV4, & Nissan Pathfinder

Santa Fe Sport vs Honda CR-V

Hyundai Santa Fe Sport vs Honda CR-V: Performance

  • Both the Santa Fe Sport and CR-V come equipped with a standard 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine. The engine in the Santa Fe Sport achieves 185-horsepower while the CR-V short with 184-horsepower.
  • The Santa Fe Sport offers an available 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that produces 240-horsepower. The CR-V offers an available 1.5-liter turbocharged engine, but it only produces 190-horsepower..
  • The CR-V is only able to tow 1,500 pounds, while the Santa Fe Sport can tow up to 3,505 pounds.
  • The Santa Fe Sport has a turning diameter of 35.8 feet, while the CR-V has a 37.4 foot turning diameter, making it easier to maneuver around inside the new Santa Fe Sport.
  • When it comes to comfort for you and your passengers, the Santa Fe Sport offers a more spacious cabin than the CR-V, allowing everyone to stretch out during every outing.

2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport vs 2017 Honda CR-V: Technology and Safety

  • The Santa Fe Sport offers an available panoramic sunroof, while the Honda CR-V does not.
  • The Santa Fe Sport offers an available hands-free liftgate so you don't have to put down what's in your hands before you load it into your vehicle. The CR-V, however, will leave you fumbling for your keys.
  • The Santa Fe Sport offers an available eight-inch touchscreen while the CR-V offers an available seven-inch touchscreen.

2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport vs 2017 Honda CR-V: Special Options and Trim Levels

  • Both the Santa Fe Sport and CR-V are available in a number of trim levels with two engine options to choose from, and plenty of other features to equip.
  • The Santa Fe Sport comes with 10-years/100,000 miles powertrain limited warranty while the Honda CR-V comes with a five-years/60,000 miles powertrain limited warranty.

Santa Fe Sport vs Nissan Pathfinder

Hyundai Santa Fe Sport vs Nissan Pathfinder

Find your competitive edge with the all-new Santa Fe Sport in Hazelwood, St. Charles, Florissant, St. Peters and St. Louis

Are you in the market for a SUV that can overtake and outperform the competition?  Here at Mungenast Hyundai we are proud to present the well-equipped new Hyundai Santa Fe Sport.  Equipped to take drivers on the road less-traveled, the Santa Fe Sport surges past the Nissan Pathfinder in the categories of value, safety features and handling.

Santa Fe Sport vs. Pathfinder: Compare Value

At Mungenast Hyundai, we are always on the hunt for a great deal.  Especially, when it comes to stretching our customers' dollar as far as possible.  The all-new Hyundai Santa Fe Sport offers the most bang for your buck with its incredibly low starting MSRP.  Significantly lower than the Pathfinder, the Santa Fe Sport will save you money up-front and down the road.  Fuel-efficient and aerodynamic, you'll never look back.

Santa Fe Sport vs. Pathfinder: Compare Safety Features

When it comes to offering the latest safety advancements, no vehicle compares to the Santa Fe Sport.  Raising the bar for driving confidence, the Santa Fe Sport's available features include: Automatic Emergency Braking, Lane Departure Warning, Blind Spot Detection with Rear Cross-traffic Alert and Lane Change Assist.  The Pathfinder, while well-equipped in its own right, fails to offer the same full-suite of features that's available within the Santa Fe Sport.

Santa Fe Sport vs. Pathfinder: Compare Handling

Vehicle handling is all about personal preference, but we believe that there's something universally enjoyable about the all-new Hyundai Santa Fe Sport.  Its SUV frame is compact enough to drive like a much smaller vehicle.  Feel complete control, enhanced stability and unbeatable traction with Hyundai's sporty SUV.  The Pathfinder is a bit bulkier, thus making quick turns and maneuvers that much more difficult.  The bottom line?  Behind the wheel of the Santa Fe Sport, the power is in your hands.

Interested to learn more about the capable Hyundai Santa Fe Sport?  Visit us at Mungenast Hyundai to take a test drive and to meet with a member of our helpful Finance team.  We can't wait to get you back to the action in Hazelwood, MO!

Santa Fe Sport vs Toyota RAV4

Hyundai Santa Fe Sport vs. Toyota RAV4: Performance

  • Are you looking for athletic ability under your foot? The new Santa Fe Sport comes with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 185-horsepower, while the RAV4 comes equipped with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 176-horsepower.
  • For even more athleticism, the Santa Fe Sport offers an available 2.0-liter turbocharged engine that produces 240-horsepower. The RAV4, on the other hand, only has one engine options.
  • All that extra power awards you a maximum towing capacity of 3,505 pounds. The RAV4 on the other hand can only achieve 1,500 pounds of maximum towing capacity.
  • The Santa Fe Sport offers a 17.4 gallon fuel capacity, while the RAV4 only offers 15.9 gallons.

2018 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport vs. 2017 Toyota RAV4: Technology and Safety

  • The Santa Fe Sport has an optional panoramic sunroof, while the RAV4  does not offer a panoramic sunroof.
  • The Santa Fe Sport also offers standard YES Essentials stain and odor resistant seats, making it a great fit for families.
  • Both vehicles were awarded the status of Top Safety Pick+ From the IIHS, as well as five starts overall by the NHTSA.

2018 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport vs. 2017 Toyota RAV4: Available Special Options and Trim Levels

  • The Santa Fe Sport offers a number of available packages, including the value package, Premium Package, and Tech Package.
  • The Santa Fe Sport also comes with a 10-years/100,000 miles powertrain limited warranty, while the RAV4 comes with a five-years/60,000 mile powertrain limited warranty.

Do you want to learn more about the new Hyundai Santa Fe Sport? We want to invite you to join us here at Mungenast Hyundai to check out our entire selection of new Santa Fe Sport models and find out everything they have to offer before taking a model of your choosing out for a test drive around Hazelwood. Our dealership is conveniently located in Hazelwood, MO and we serve drivers from all over St Louis, St Peters, Florissant, and St Charles!

Santa Fe Sport vs Ford Escape

How Does the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Compare to the New Ford Escape?

If you're looking for a new crossover SUV that's both spaciously versatile and enjoyably athletic, look to our selection of new Hyundai Santa Fe Sport models here at Mungenast Hyundai! The new Santa Fe Sport is stylish both inside and out, filled with state of the art safety and entertainment features, and offers two impressively sporty engine options to choose from. In order to provide you with some perspective surrounding how fitting the new Santa Fe Sport can be to your lifestyle, we're going to compare it to the new Ford Escape and let you see for yourself how the new Santa Fe Sport outweighs the competition.

2018 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport vs. 2018 Ford Escape: Performance

  • The Santa Fe Sport comes equipped with a larger standard engine than the Escape does, offering a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 185-horsepower, compared to the 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that produces just 168-horsepower in the new Escape.
  • The Santa Fe Sport is more nimble than the Escape is, thanks to a 35.8 foot turning diameter compared to the 38.8 foot turning diameter from the Escape.
  • The Santa Fe Sport is more spacious than the Escape, offering 143.4 cubic feet of interior volume compared to the 132.4 cubic feet of interior volume in the Escape.

2018 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport vs. 2018 Ford Escape: Safety and Technology

  • The Hyundai Santa Fe Sport comes with an available hands-free smart liftgate with auto open. The Escape comes with an available power liftgate but it's foot activated.
  • The Santa Fe Sport comes with available high beam assist and dynamic bending light, while the Escape does not.
  • Both vehicles offer a number of available intuitive safety features, including adaptive cruise control, lane keep system, blind spot warning, and more.

2018 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport vs. 2018 Ford Escape: Available Special Options and Trim Levels

  • The new 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport comes in three trim levels: Sport, Sport 2.0T, and Sport 2.0T Ultimate.
  • The new Ford Escape comes in four trim levels: S, SE, SEL, and Titanium.

Come Test Drive a New Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Model at Mungenast Hyundai Today!

This comparison only scratches the surface of everything the new Hyundai Santa Fe Sport has to offer. If you want to experience it all first-hand, we welcome you to come check out our entire selection of new Santa Fe Sport models today here at Mungenast Hyundai! We're located right in Hazelwood, MO and proudly serve nearby St Louis, St Peters, Florissant, and St Charles!

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