• Jun 23, 2006
Hyundai Motor Co. has released pricing information for the 2007 Santa Fe. The SUV, which dealerships should be receiving this month, is brand new having undergone extensive changes from last year's model.

The starting base price at $20,945 is below last year's price of $21,695. The Santa Fe is offered in three trims: GLS, SE, and Limited. Two V-6 engines are offered, and while an automatic transmission is offered for both engines, a manual is only offered in GLS trim. All-wheel drive is also available. Other features include a rear seat DVD system and third-row seating. Hyundai plans to offer XM satellite radio and Bluetooth later this year. GPS navigation system will be offered some time in 2007.

Here's the basic breakdown of pricing:
  •  Santa Fe GLS 2.7L V6 5-Speed M/T  FWD $20,945
  •  Santa Fe GLS 2.7L V6 5-Speed M/T  AWD $22,945
  •  Santa Fe GLS 2.7L V6 4-Speed A/T with SHIFTRONIC® FWD $22,145
  •  Santa Fe GLS 2.7L V6 4-Speed A/T with SHIFTRONIC® AWD $24,145
  •  Santa Fe SE 3.3L V6 5-Speed A/T with SHIFTRONIC® FWD $23,645
  •  Santa Fe SE 3.3L V6 5-Speed A/T with SHIFTRONIC® AWD $25,645
  •  Santa Fe Limited 3.3L V6 5-Speed A/T with SHIFTRONIC® FWD $25,945
  •  Santa Fe Limited 3.3L V6 5-Speed A/T with SHIFTRONIC® AWD $27,945
Specification details can be found here and here. Press release is after the jump.

[Source: Hyundai Motor America] Hyundai Motor America has announced pricing for the all-new 2007 Santa Fe. Arriving at dealerships this month, the Santa Fe is a stylish, refined crossover with class-leading safety, versatility and quality, offering consumers an upscale and sleek alternative to conventional compact and mid-size SUVs.

With a base price below its predecessor, the all-new Santa Fe is available in three trim levels -- GLS, SE and Limited -- and offers a choice of fuel-efficient V6 powertrains, and exciting new features inside and out, including available fold-flat third-row seating, rear seat DVD system, and a 605-watt Infinity® Logic7 Surround 10-speaker audio system.

 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe Manufacturer Suggested Retail Pricing:

Suggested
Model Engine Transmission Driveline Retail

Santa Fe GLS 2.7L V6 5-Speed M/T FWD $20,945
Santa Fe GLS 2.7L V6 5-Speed M/T AWD $22,945
Santa Fe GLS 2.7L V6 4-Speed A/T with SHIFTRONIC® FWD $22,145
Santa Fe GLS 2.7L V6 4-Speed A/T with SHIFTRONIC® AWD $24,145
Santa Fe SE 3.3L V6 5-Speed A/T with SHIFTRONIC® FWD $23,645
Santa Fe SE 3.3L V6 5-Speed A/T with SHIFTRONIC® AWD $25,645
Santa Fe Limited 3.3L V6 5-Speed A/T with SHIFTRONIC® FWD $25,945
Santa Fe Limited 3.3L V6 5-Speed A/T with SHIFTRONIC® AWD $27,945

* Plus $650 freight charge

All Santa Fe models are equipped with segment-leading standard safety technologies, including a total of six airbags, active front head restraints, Electronic Stability Control (ESC) with Traction Control System (TCS), Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) with Brake Assist and Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) and Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS).

Later this year, Santa Fe adds standard XM satellite radio and optional Bluetooth hands-free phone connectivity, with an optional navigation system available in 2007.

Santa Fe GLS

Santa Fe GLS comes well-equipped with a 185-horsepower, 2.7-liter V6 engine, five-speed manual transmission, ESC, ABS, 16-inch alloy wheels, 112-watt AM/FM/CD/MP3 audio system with six speakers, rocker panel moldings, heated power side mirrors, power windows, power door locks and remote keyless entry. A sophisticated roof rack with easy-to-operate sliding cross rails is also standard. Standard safety features include active front head restraints, dual front airbags, front seat side-impact airbags plus side curtain airbags. Also included are a tire pressure monitoring system, air conditioning and a tilt and telescoping steering wheel. A four-speed SHIFTRONIC® automatic transmission and Premium Package, which includes a power tilt/slide glass sunroof and heated front seats, are optional. The GLS Touring Package includes seven-passenger seating with a fold-flat third-row seat and third-row auxiliary climate control.

Santa Fe SE

The SE adds the 242-horsepower, 3.3-liter V6, five-speed SHIFTRONIC® automatic transmission, 18-inch alloy wheels, electrochromic auto-dimming rearview mirror with compass, front fog lights and steering wheel audio controls. An optional SE Premium Package adds a power driver seat with power lumbar support, a power tilt/slide glass sunroof, heated front seats and HomeLink®. The available Ultimate Package includes the Premium Package features, plus a rear-seat entertainment system with an eight-inch LCD monitor, 252-watt AM/FM/CD-changer/MP3 audio system with seven speakers (including subwoofer) and external amplifier, and a 115-volt power outlet. The SE Touring Package includes seven-passenger seating with the fold-flat third-row seat and third-row auxiliary climate control.

Santa Fe Limited

Santa Fe Limited comes standard with all of the equipment found on the SE, and adds leather seating surfaces, heated front seats, power driver seat with power lumbar support, dual zone automatic temperature control with outside temperature display and HomeLink®. A chrome grille and exterior door handles, as well as a bodycolor hatch spoiler, further distinguish the Limited. A tilt/slide glass sunroof is offered as a stand-alone option. For even greater luxury, the available Ultimate Package includes a sunroof, rear-seat entertainment system with an eight-inch LCD monitor, a 605-watt Infinity® Logic7 Surround AM/FM/CD-changer/MP3 audio system with 10 speakers (including subwoofer) and external amplifier, 115-volt power outlet and power front passenger seat. The Limited Touring Package adds seven-passenger seating and third-row auxiliary climate control.

Hyundai Motor America, headquartered in Fountain Valley, Calif. is a subsidiary of Hyundai Motor Company of Korea. Hyundai vehicles are distributed throughout the United States by Hyundai Motor America and are sold and serviced by more than 700 Hyundai dealerships nationwide.



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      • 8 Years Ago
      hey, tom, you are joking, right? santa fe is a styling rip off of SUBARU FORESTER????? please let us know how it is so, i think we are all dying to know that.
      • 8 Years Ago
      wow, cool news!
      • 8 Years Ago
      Here's my 2 cents: I first came across this new Sanata Fe at the 06 Chicago Auto Show. It is the real deal, I instantly fell in love with it and have been eagerly waiting for it to arrive in the dealerships. Pound for pound it is the most SUV for your dollar, a similarly equipped Nissan Murano will cost you easy 6-7K more. I am 6'5" 250lbs and I fit it comfortably, not to mention it comes stock with a great warranty. I'm going to give Hyundai a chance, the local dealer has a few coming in this week so I'll give you guys an update on price and performance later on after I've driven it for a few months etc........
      • 8 Years Ago
      Suburu...NO! I might think a Toureg and FX but Forrester? Hyundai has no intentions of borrowing any styling cues from Suburu whatsoever!
      • 8 Years Ago
      Bilbon, hate to ruin your parade, but the 600wt stereo is an option and you're still limited to FWD for that price. A fully loaded top-of-the-line Sante Fe would be north of the $30k mark for sure.

      I think one of the problems Hyundai is having with rebates is that no one seems to want their bottom-of-the-line models. And no one wants to spend too much on a Hyundai in general, so it's kind of a conundrum. I recently went shopping for a Sonata, but the cloth interior was such a turn off. Unfortunately, you can only get the leather in their top LX trim. I saw ZERO LX models in the lot. Even the showcase model was a GLS. It looked like they were practically trying to give away their other trims (about 25 total), none of which has leather.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I like the Hyundai line-up. This car is a styling rip-off from the 2006 Subaru Forester, so much so I had to look twice to make sure the wrong picture wasn't posted! Sad when you try so hard, and you have no personality of your own, like teenagers all dressing alike to be accepted by their peers. I'm sure the selling price will undercut Subaru and win them sales as a cheaper Forester. Too bad, because Hyundai needs to stand on it's own, apart from the Japs.

      http://cache.jalopnik.com/cars/images/06_forester_2.jpg
      • 8 Years Ago
      This Hyundai model is awesome. When it comes out its gonna increase the Hyundai sales like the 06 Sonata did and the Azera. Hyundai started to sell 07 Santa Fe in Europe. Becaue im Turkish I read on a Turkish web site that Hyundai Santa Fe 07 sold out in Turkey very popular vehicle and people got in line waiting for their santa fe there is a list reaching august
      • 8 Years Ago
      Wow, I actually like it. Hyundai is making some huge strides, I can't wait to see what the next generation of their cars are going to be like.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I would suggest a Hyundai all day over an over in flated priced quick deprecation poor quality built American vehicles. Now you know why all the American car companies are going over seas to get a new work force that's cheap and also dependable. Sucks for all of us guess we will have come up with something new.
      • 8 Years Ago
      A loaded Santa Fe for around $25K with 600 watt sound system, the Sonata's 3.3, leather and heated seats, DVD, rain sensing wipers, triple zone climate control and ESC, ABS, Traction and 6 airbags and the size of a Ford Explorer/Honda Pilot? Looks like a deal!
      • 8 Years Ago
      Kudos for Hyundai offering a manual tranny in the Santa Fe, they may of done it to bring in a lower base price, but there are very few Midsize SUV's that offer one, so it should bring in a few folks that wouldn't of considered a Santa Fe before. It appears that even the base model is pretty nicely packaged. I'm sure I'll see as many of these as I've seen of the new Sonota driving around.
      • 8 Years Ago
      This is a great looking truck, packed with features and priced very well...the Japanese and Yanks must seriously be looking over their shoulders with every new Hyundai/Kia released.
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