Overview & Reviews
The Hyundai Santa Fe gets a handful of new standard and optional features for 2014, such as ventilated front seats and rear parking assistance.
- Lengthy warranty.
- Classy interior design
- Lots of standard features for the money
- Easy-to-use electronic interface
- Strong V6 engine
- Less cargo capacity than some competitors.
- Uncomfortable ride quality when loaded
User Reviews:Showing 1 through 6 of 6.00
Best Value of many. - 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe
By lakeside4 - September 5 - 3:23 pm
We searched for a replacement for our 2006 Toyota Sequoia, wanting to go down in size. We looked at Toyota first, not finding the Highlander very appealing to us and dealer selection was awful. We also looked at Buick, Ford, GM and Dodge. We were very surprised when we began comparing features, options, overall cost and warranties of all the above. We found the Hyundai to be the best overall value by wide margin. Love driving it and the features are great. We had to drive a long way to find the one we wanted but well worth it!
Very happy with this purchase - 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe
By jmbcke - December 13 - 11:15 am
I did so much research before finally making a decision on an SUV. I am so excited and pleased with the Santa Fe! I purchased a GLS with the Premium and Tech packages, and I could not be happier. The build quality, look and feel, and handling are such a huge leap over my 2011 Highlander Limited. I could not be happier.
Hyundai Santa Fe STEERING PROBLEMS - 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe
By hyundaman3 - September 18 - 2:30 pm
My 2014 Hyundai is a nice vehicle but unsafe when driving on highways due to steering wandering all over the lane I am supposed to be in. It wanders from side to side and the wandering increases as the vehicle increases in speed over 50 MPH. Constant steering corrections have to be made just to keep the vehicle in the lane it is supposed to be in and even then it still wanders back and forth noticeable.
Best Mid-Size SUV-Beats Luxury models - 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe
By jrsactown - November 30 - 7:03 pm
My wife and purchased a 2014 Santa Fe GLS, AWD with Ultimate Package, Frosted Mocha in Oct 2014. We paid $36,000+ T&L, about $15,000 less then our next 2 choices ( Acura mdx & lexus rx350 ). The santa fe top of the line has more features, and rides just as good. Value is unbeatable. Looks, MPG, Ride, and power are top notch. Are friends are always amazed at how good it is ( most people are not aware of how good the Hyundai brands have progressed) We now have 4,000 miles, and not one issue
Road Trip Test - 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe
By lakeside4 - September 24 - 7:22 am
On a follow up to my first review, I thought I would tell you about our recent road trip. My wife and I just completed a 4,000.8 mile trip up to Vancouver Island, BC and back to central Nebraska. Our Santa Fe performed flawlessly all the way. We drove 69 hours and 17 minutes. Beautiful scenery and a great auto. Never once did either of us get tired butt, not once did we have any issues with our Santa Fe. We spent 11 days out, 10 nights. We stopped in Billings, MT at the brand new dealer facility for a quick oil change. Super comfortable ride and drive all the way up and back. We averaged 24.6 MPG driving 3-7 MPH over posted limit, with quite a few miles logged with 80 MPH limit.
Incredibly impressed - 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe
By nymatt - April 4 - 7:00 am
We added this to our 2013 Sonata after the other midsize SUV we lease was bought back by another manufacturer as a lemon. We are incredibly impressed with all of the features in this car. It looks great, rides nicely, if a bit firm, has tons of room for 2 car seats and all the stuff that little kids come with and great technology. I admit that the panoramic sunroof was one of the biggest selling features. If you haven't seen it - you must - it beats all other competitors. The only demerits I give are on the telescoping steering wheel - wish it came back a little more and the rear view camera - the lines do not move when you turn the wheel - which is weird as the Sonata does.