2006 Hyundai Santa Fe Overview

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Trims

GLS 2.7L
Avg. Price: $8,305
GLS 2.7L AWD
Avg. Price: $8,756
GLS 3.5L
Avg. Price: $8,983
GLS 3.5L AWD
Avg. Price: $9,240
Limited
Avg. Price: $9,271
Limited AWD
Avg. Price: $9,524

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Average User Score

4.65 stars

Based on 7 reviews

See To Believe! by Robert
 — I bought this car for my wife brand new in 2006. She loved it. She took my 1997 Mercury Cougar in the divorce. It has brand new Michelin tires (less than 1 year old). The windows on the back are tinte... Read More
Good On Gas by Tracy
 — I Love everything about our SantaFa. I would recommand it to everybody interested in a SUV. We have gone camping with it. We can tow out tent trailer. Very smoth ride handles great. It has preatty g... Read More
Amazing! by Josh
 — this car is amazing! it hasnt let us down and its very comfortable and very roomy. the fuel economy is very good considering the weight of the car. i actually plan to get another one in the future! ... Read More

2006 Hyundai Santa Fe Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 7 reviews

2006 Hyundai Santa Fe

Though listed as a compact SUV, the 2006 Hyundai Santa Fe benefits from sharing its platform with the mid-sized Sonata, thereby capable of offering a bit more passenger and cargo room than comparable compact SUVs.  The biggest change this year is the replacement of the LX luxury trim with the Limited.  The base GLS remains the same, but gets new auto-dimming mirrors.  The Limited, like the LX, offers heated leather seats, a power driver's seat, 6-CD changer, trip computer, and automatic climate control.  Both trims score well on safety, with standard ABS brakes, traction control, and dual front and side curtain airbags.

Though not built for off-roading, the 2006 Santa Fe is available as either a front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive.  A fold-down second row of seats expands the cargo area from 30 to 78 cubic feet, and a roof rack is standard.  The LX comes only with a 3.5-liter, 200-hp V6 and 5-speed manual, which is offered as an option on the GLS.  Standard on the GLS is a 2.7-liter, 170-hp V6 and 4-speed automatic with manual mode.  

Last year's interior and exterior updates have made the Santa Fe more stylish, and the Limited is available in an all-black model for ultimate urban intimidation -- insofar as a compact SUV can be intimidating, that is.  Acceleration, overall power, and gas mileage (in the teens with the 3.5 V6) are major complaints of owners, but they like the interior space and cargo capacity, the sound system, and the standard features.

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Hyundai Santa Fe Questions

gordobello69
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Ok, Hello And Thanks In Advance For The Help ... I Have A Hyundai Santa Fe ...

ok, hello and thanks in advance for the help ... i have a Hyundai santa fe 2006, this is my story... i was out with the car and in a flash the car stop runing, and would not start again. I took it hom...

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sahib
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Could You Please Let Me Know The Gross Weight Of The Hyundia Sante Fe 4x4 P...

I WOULD JUST LIKE TO KNOW THE ABOVE PLEASE

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TomHeraty
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My 2006 Hyundai Santa Fe Has A Hard Time Starting Only After I Fill Up. Thi...

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rfried0315
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New Battery, Cranks But Won't Start

2006 Tucson with 183,000 kms. Hadn't started it in a few days and found the battery was dead. Got a new battery to replace the original one and now it won't start. It has fuel and cranks quite well...

298 views with 1 answer (last answer 8 months ago)
daveosav
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My 2006 Santa Fa Keeps Siphoning From Coolent Tank While Driving Very Nois...

filled coolent tank to max level didd about 100ks and the temp goes over half way then back again ,loud noise from siphon tank

111 views with 2 answers (last answer about a year ago)