The styling updates are subtle, covering the front and rear fasciae, a new headlight design and available LED fog lights and daytime running lights.

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There are all three new wheel designs in 17-, 18- and 19-inch diameters.

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Other than the aesthetic tweaks, there are no updates specific to the Santa Fe Sport.

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There is, however, a new color -- Nightfall Blue.

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If safety's what you're after, Hyundai's reinforced its suite of active and passive safety systems.

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Updates for 2017 include a new multi-view camera system, full-range adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning and autonomous emergency braking.

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There's also a new electronic parking brake with automatic holding.

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The Santa Fe's Infinity-branded premium audio system now receives surround sound and Clari-Fi technology.

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Thanks to some slight tweaks, fuel economy is projected to rise by 1 mpg in both highway and city driving.

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Santa Fe Sports come equipped with a standard 5-inch LCD infotainment screen, but a 7-inch unit with Android Auto connectivity and an 8-inch getup with navigation is also available.

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