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There’s loads to like about the Hyundai Santa Fe, including its huge boot, seven-seat practicality and impressive roster of standard equipment. The regular hybrid will make more sense to most buyers, but the plug-in hybrid (PHEV) is a no-brainer if you're a company car driver. Either way, stick with Premium trim rather than Ultimate.get the best price
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Even the most ardent hedonist might feel over-pampered by the Santa Fe in range-topping Ultimate form – it comes with such niceties as ventilated front seats and a panoramic roof. However, it is rather pricey. We'd stick with Premium trim.
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We've yet to try the plug-in hybrid version of the Santa Fe, but (on paper at least) it offers similar acceleration to the regular hybrid. It's likely to be a no-brainer if you're a company car driver, thanks to its low CO2 emissions.
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