Poor Santa Fe XL. Despite getting a new name for 2019, it's actually the old version of Hyundai's Santa Fe crossover. Its five-passenger counterpart got a complete redesign for this year, and the XL will soon be replaced by the brand-new 2020 Hyundai Palisade later this year.
But despite existing on borrowed time, and being long in the tooth, it has a silver lining to its story. For folks who need a well-rounded, three-row SUV, the Santa Fe XL is still remarkably compelling.
The Santa Fe XL is powered by a 3.3-liter V6 with 290 horsepower and 252 pound-feet of torque sent through a six-speed automatic transmission. My top-trim Limited Ultimate tester sends power to its front wheels, but all-wheel drive is available.
With new, more aggressive looks and big changes in the tech department, the new Santa Fe gives us high hopes.
Hyundai continues its march upmarket with another stunner of an SUV for what will likely be very reasonable money.
Following a recall in Korea, the carmaker said it's filing a voluntary recall with NHTSA in the US.
Hyundai hopes to build and deliver thousands of hydrogen-powered, heavy-duty trucks to customers in Europe, China and North America over the next decade.
It's about time Hyundai's N division got busy on another full-fat model to keep the Veloster company.
It's essentially an electric Veloster N ETCR race car with a bunch more power. Heck, yes.
It's really more like a living room than a cockpit.
This racing prototype packs 810 horsepower -- and it's electric.