Hyundai Santa Fe 2012 Workshop Cars Service Repair Manual

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Hyundai Santa Fe 2012 Workshop Cars Service Repair Manual
 the 2012 Hyundai Santa Fe isn’t especially exciting to drive or to look at, but it’s a very well-executed crossover vehicles with excellent safety scores and some made-in-America credibility. Competing with smaller utes like the Honda CR-V and Ford Escape, and bigger seven-seaters like the Ford Edge and Toyota Highlander crossovers, it’s a “tweener” vehicle that takes great advantage of its size and space, though it no longer offers a third-row seat. Hyundai Santa Fe 2012 Pdf Mechanic Service Manual

The Santa Fe does no harm with its looks. It’s a little older than the rest of the Hyundai lineup, so the Santa Fe’s plainly drawn panels and simple front-end treatment don’t bear much relation to the extroverted Sonata, Accent and Veloster introduced in the past two years. Hyundai’s improved the quality of interior trim over the Santa Fe’s life, and added new colors and a sprinkling of buttons on the steering wheel, but has smartly avoided cluttering the cabin.

The new powertrains that made their way into the Santa Fe in 2010 roll on unchanged this year. Front-wheel drive is the norm, but all-wheel drive is an option on the Santa Fe, and its power can be locked at a 50:50 split, front to back, for the worse weather and road conditions you’ll encounter. Steering isn’t a Hyundai strong suit, and it’s a little vague and wandery here, but ride quality is on the right side of soft, with well-controlled motions, and the Santa Fe’s cabin is generally quiet.

Hyundai Santa Fe 2012 Workshop Cars Service Repair Manual

By the numbers, the Santa Fe is a few inches longer than the Toyota RAV4 or Honda CR-V, and a few inches shorter than bigger crossovers like the Toyota Highlander. With its third-row seat discontinued a couple of years ago, it’s not the all-around flexibility champ that its cousin, the Kia Sorento, might be, but it still offers seating for up to five passengers.

It’s a little older than the rest of the Hyundai lineup, so the Santa Fe’s plainly drawn panels and simple front-end treatment don’t bear much relation to the extroverted Sonata, Accent and Veloster introduced in the past two years. Front-wheel drive is the norm, but all-wheel drive is an option on the Santa Fe, and its power can be locked at a 50:50 split, front to back, for the worse weather and road conditions you’ll encounter. By the numbers, the Santa Fe is a few inches longer than the Toyota RAV4 or Honda CR-V, and a few inches shorter than bigger crossovers like the Toyota Highlander.

Hyundai Santa Fe 2012 Workshop Cars Service Repair Manual
Hyundai Santa Fe 2012 Workshop Cars Service Repair Manual
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Hyundai Santa Fe 2012 Workshop Cars Service Repair Manual

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