Hyundai Santa Fe Sport vs. the Competition

Hyundai Santa Fe Sport

The Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Outperforms the Competition on the Atlanta, GA Roads

Sports are about competition, and the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport is no different. In its pursuit to outperform other SUVs, the Santa Fe Sport excels on the roads in Atlanta, Duluth, Lawrenceville, Norcross, and Suwanee. Find out how the Santa Fe Sport compares to the Toyota RAV4 and Nissan Rogue.

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Hyundai Santa Fe Sport vs. Toyota RAV4

  • Performance: Underneath the hood of the Santa Fe Sport is 185 standard horsepower and 178 pound-feet of standard torque, compared to the 176 horsepower and 172 pound-feet of torque found in the RAV4. That discrepancy becomes more apparent when you upgrade to the Turbo engine in the Santa Fe Sport, which puts out 240 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque.
  • Towing Capacity: The Santa Fe Sport packs more towing power than the RAV4. It can tow up to 3,505 pounds, compared to the RAV4's 1,500 pound max.
  • Passenger Space: That Santa Fe Sport offers more passenger volume than the RAV4, including more overall room in the second row.
  • Passenger Comfort: The Santa Fe Sport offers heated rear seats, and a ventilated driver's seat. You won't find either in the RAV4.
  • Technology: Hands-free Smart Liftgate and Proximity Key entry with push button start are available or standard on every trim level of the Santa Fe Sport. You'll have to pay almost an extra $2,000 to have those features in the RAV4.
  • Safety: Like to know what's going on around you? Blind Spot Detection is available or standard on every Santa Fe Sport trim, whereas you'll have to pay just about an extra $2,000 for it to be offered in the RAV4.
  • Sunroof: Add more enjoyment to the drive, with the panoramic sunroof, available on the starting Santa Fe Sport trim. Toyota expects you to pay an extra $3,500 for a sunroof in the RAV4.

Hyundai Santa Fe Sport vs. Nissan Rogue

  • Performance: The Santa Fe Sport offers 185 standard horsepower and 178 pound-feet of standard torque, which is more than the 170 horsepower and 175 pound-feet of torque in the RAV4. Upgrade to the Turbo engine inside the Santa Fe Sport, and power up to 240 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque.
  • Towing Capability: Have some cargo you need to tow? The Santa Fe Sport can tow up to 3,505 pounds, which is well more than the 1,000 pound maximum in the Rogue.
  • Passenger Space: Enjoy more passenger volume in the Santa Fe Sport than in the Rogue, especially the more spacious second row seats.
  • Passenger Comfort: Like to drive at a nice temperature? The Santa Fe Sport offers a ventilated driver's seat, and heated rear seats, neither of which you'll find in the Rogue.
  • Cargo Space: Packing cargo? The Santa Fe Sport offers more cargo space, too. You'll find up to 71.5 cubic feet of cargo space, compared to the 70 cubic feet inside the Rogue.
  • Technology: The Santa Fe Sport offers the hands-free Smart Liftgate and Proximity Key entry with push button start on every trim level. The Rogue makes you pay an extra $1,400 for these features.
  • Safety: The Santa Fe Sport gives you an extra set of eyes, since Blind Spot Detection is available or standard at every level. But if you're looking for it in the Rogue, you'll have to pay an extra $1,200.
  • Sunroof: The starting trim of the Santa Fe Sport offers a panoramic sunroof. You'll need to jump up trim levels and pay an extra $1,400 to get it in the Rogue.

Arrange to test drive the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport today at Rick Case Hyundai Duluth!








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