2007 Hyundai Santa Fe Overview

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4.35 stars

Based on 23 reviews

Surprising Quality And Driveability by Harley1234
 — I once said "I would never buy a Hyundai". But the new design of the 2007 is very impressive. I just put the first 2000 miles on the car and I am more impressed then ever. 24.5 mpg, comfortable, reaso... Read More
Go Get One by Patrick
 — our santa fe was great my dad has it now and bought a 2010 last night sothere you are.....fuel consoption is reasonable 10.5L average city, highway 3500lbs towing the awd worked great for all the year... Read More
Very Impressed! by sallya824
 — I love the look, the leather interior, the size, the inside lighting, and it is very safe and roomy for my growing family. It has proven to be very reliable to get me to and from work. There is still ... Read More

2007 Hyundai Santa Fe Overview

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2007 Hyundai Santa Fe

The 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe was redesigned for this model year.  Two new engines  are added, V6s both, add to the power of this AWD SUV.  The first is a 2.7-liter with 185hp; the other a 3.3-liter with 242hp.  The 2.7-liter comes with a 4 speed automatic with SHIFTRONIC technology to give you a bit more control over the engine.  The 3.3-liter comes with a 5 speed automatic with the SHIFTRONIC.  Gas mileage isn't too bad at all for an SUV, 19-21 city and 24-26 highway.  The redesign also added 7 inches to the length, and 2.9 inches to the width.  The added space allows for an optional third seat.  
Air conditioning, cruise control, tire pressure monitors, power windows, power locks and a CD player all come standard in the 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe.  Separate driver and passenger climate controls, a trip computer, a CD changer, a DVD player, power and leather, heated seats are all available on various trims.  With the extra length and width, there is plenty of cargo room in the Santa Fe.  
Owners of the 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe think the car is incredible, for the most part.  It is roomy, comfortable and has a lot of good features.  There are a few problems that owners have with the 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe.  Several of them were disappointed with the gas mileage, as well as with the positioning of the interior dome light.  The third seat is to small for anyone but a kid to enjoy, or so say some owners.  But overall, between the warranty and the features, the 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe is an excellent SUV.


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Hyundai Santa Fe Questions


My Car Looses Power While Driving Goes Down To 20 Miles Max Turn Off ...

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Where Is The Fuel Shut Off Valve Located On A 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe?

I want to check the fuel shut off valve on my 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe to verify that it is not the reason my vehicle cranks when starting but will not run. It seems there is no fuel getting to the engi...

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The Engine Shut Off By Itself While On The Highway So Of Course No Power St...

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Lurching At 45 Miles Per Hour

My 2007 Santa Fe has recently started lurching to the left when I accelerate at around 45 miles per hour and to the right when I let off of the gas at the same place when say, cresting a hill. I h...

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Check Engine Light Doesn't Go Away

My 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe has the check engine light on. I brought it to the mechanic right away and they change the coil in cylinder 3. Two days after the check engine light was on again. They ch...

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