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2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Cross-Over SUV Photo Gallery

2013 Hyundai Santa Fe XL

2013 Hyundai Santa Fe XL is a 7 passenger cross-over SUV

 

The Hyundai Santa Fe is a modernized cross-over SUV that fits 5 passengers an promises to deliver an economical and fun to drive vehicle.  While the standard 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe fits 5 passengers, the Hyundai Santa Fe XL upgrades the chassis size, fitting up to 7 passengers. Similar to its 5-seater younger sibling, the 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe XL is a 6-7 passenger cross-over SUV powered by 3.3L GDI 6-Cylinder Engine producing 290 horsepower, a spacious and comfortable interior and a plethora of tech gadgetry and standard features.

In terms of body style and design, it’s as contemporary as it gets thanks to the invoked “Storm Edge” design concept.  The design of the Hyundai Santa Fe is emphasized with Hyundai’s trademark triple hexagonal front grill, LED headlights, a lower aggressive stance, roof spoiler and wrap around headlights.  Additional cosmetics such as chrome grills and door handles, 19 inch wheels and twin tip grill exhaust come as standard features.

Read the full review of the 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe XL here.

This page contains a photo gallery of the 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe.  Click an image to enlarge the photo.

 

Experiencing the future of transportation at Ceatec 2013

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While crazy, conceptual gadgets are always a highlight at Japan’s Ceatec, some of the most interesting devices at recent iterations of the show featured something unusual: wheels. While Japan’s Tokyo Motor Show has always been a haven for tech-riddled concept machines, many companies are choosing to show off their forward-thinking rides at Ceatec, which takes place a few weeks earlier and is frequented by virtually every major Japanese company in the technology space.

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In 2013 it was the auto companies taking up more space than any other. Even Sony’s massive booth paled in comparison to the sprawling driving loop Nissan used to demonstrate its Autonomous Drive Vehicle — an all-electric Leaf wizened up and able to navigate roads by itself. The company showed a similar concept last year, a Leaf that could park itself and had cameras that an owner could connect to remotely should the alarm go off. This year’s, th… [Read more]

    








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