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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.
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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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While the plug-in hybrid has a larger battery and electric motor, the extra weight means that its performance feels the same as the less powerful HEV. The PHEV system means you can drive on electric power alone for an official range of 36 miles. That lowers CO2 emissions and makes it a no-brainer for company car drivers who want to keep BIK tax payments low.
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