Used Hyundai Santa Fe 2018-present review

Alternatives

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What alternatives should I consider to a used Hyundai Santa Fe 4x4?

The Kia Sorento is a close sibling of the Santa Fe. Underneath its butch bodywork is a strong 2.2 diesel, just like the Hyundai, and it seats seven in relative comfort. It’s spacious and practical, and if it’s not brilliant to drive it is at least competent.

The Skoda Kodiaq is the firm’s first seven-seater car, and it’s spectacularly good in some areas. It’s good to drive, cheaper to run than most of the competition and it comes with a solidly built and classy feeling interior.

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Verdict

Large, practical and excellent value for money, a used Santa Fe is an affordable alternative to the usual premium front-runners

  • Huge boot
  • Seven-seat practicality
  • Well equipped
  • Jiggly ride
  • Heavy-ish steering
  • Interior quality iffy in places