What used Hyundai Santa Fe 4x4 will I get for my budget?
You’ll still need around £30,000 to £33,000 to get behind the wheel of the latest Santa Fe. This will buy you a nearly new car from a franchised dealer, with a nominal mileage and a full history, possibly in SE trim. Spend between £35,000 and £38,000 to buy into cars that satisfy the same criteria, in the Premium and Premium SE trims.
How much does it cost to run a Hyundai Santa Fe 4x4?
Using the latest WLTP fuel consumption official figures, the Santa Fe returns 42.8mpg for the manual, two-wheel drive models and 42.2mpg for the automatic two-wheel drive versions - each figure is for SE trim with the smallest 17in wheels. Premium models return 43.5mpg and 42.8mpg in two-wheel drive form with manual and automatic gearboxes respectively; add in four-wheel drive and those figures drop to 40.4mpg and 39.8mpg in each case. Top-spec models are the least economical thanks to the addition of the largest available 19in wheels: 42.8mpg for the two-wheel drive auto and 38.7mpg for the four-wheel drive auto.
Corresponding CO2 emissions range from 150g/km up to 164g/km for the thirstier cars. Annual car tax (VED) is charged at the current flat rate of £150 a year for all cars registered after April 2017, which is the case here, although you should beware that if your Santa Fe cost over £40,000 new, which Premium SE models do and so will some lesser trims with options added, you will be charged a supplementary luxury car tax of £325 a year.
Fron new there is a five-year transferable warranty. Insurance costs are reasonable on the Santa Fe, and servicing plans that can help to pre-plan and spread costs are available as the car gets older.
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