2010 Hyundai Sante Fe review

Over the years we’ve built quite the relationship with the Hyundai Santa Fe, in fact we’ve had a couple of them for several months to use as long term test vehicles. One of our test vehicle’s was the victim of a windstorm and needed to be ushered into a body shop after a tree fell on it another had a very strong smell in the air conditioning was on. But most of our time in this kind of thing has been very positive staff, and always enjoyed the attention to detail in the interior comfortable ride and great value. It’s kind of like meeting an old friend so let’s take a look at the updates for 2010.

2010 Hyundai Sante FeStyling hasn’t changed much but there have been minor tweaks to the front grille and bumpers this thing is true for the back of the Senate face-adornment’s Michael reef crash so nothing too dramatic to report on the base model 4 cylinder starts at just under 26000 there are several V6 models to choose from in front wheel or all wheel drive and prices can climb into the 37000 range for a fully loaded model. It’s interesting to note that there’s no force to honor all wheel drive being offered but I have a feeling that Hyundai will probably try to sell you a Tucson and then save the Santa Fe for people with a bit more money.

The interior benefits from some tweaks as well the steering wheel has been redesigned along with trim pieces. Bluetooth as standard along without radio. It’s not if they can be is opulent is the owner chooses with optional leather big sunroof heated seats and even navigation an upgraded stereo one thing that’s not offered as a third row seat business caps for the larger Veracruz. The interior and have. Changes are modest. What are the biggest changes to explain engine and transmission updates. Hyundai Santa Fe headlights problems, great deals await you on our website http://gaslightsalon.com/hyundai-santa-fe/headlights.html.

The base 2.4 liter 4 cylinder engine, is new and have 175 horsepower. The 3.5 liter V6 engine is just stand out in this hot the vehicle. Polls very well for the great engine note and has impressive skill rating. Rated at 276 horse power this engine would be my choice if I were putting my money down. Hello earned their 6 that’s the hard way one customer at a time these vehicles that were just as good if not better than most the cars on the market today the price is competitive but not as competitive as we’re used to this kind of faith is everything we’ve grown to love but now more responsive and fuel efficient.

2004 Honda CR-V review

SUV’s are typically very practical packages in the 2004 Honda CRV does not disappoint what’s startling back. There’s a spacious cargo area even with the rear seats up need more room the receipts can easily cope with just the touch of this lever. There’s plenty of room inside for people to access is really easy the doors open wide and the cars down low mature in the backseat. I find it comfortable and supportive even for 3 dogs. Plenty of space helped by having a flat floor there’s plenty of room up front for the driver the front seats are wide in the comedy. There’s also lots of storage with a huge bin between the front seats. Controls are mostly straightforward and simple wish the radio had 2 knobs rather in combining volume and tuning into just one.

2004 Honda CR-VThe interior looks better finish than it really is the dashboard top is nicely grained but everything else is hard. The hard door panels look pretty low rent. Some competitors are nicer inside. Visibility has some hits and misses here. Plenty of front and side glass area however styling creates a really thick pillar in the back corners that creates a blind spot one nice feature is that also your bees come standard with a backup camera. New 2004 crv headlight led. CRV is very maneuverable it’s easy to place on the road it’s easy to part. Steering is quite responsive however it’s a bit vague on center. A trait shared with other recent Honda. Unfortunately emergency handling a sloppy with lots of body lean stability control steps into squash this behavior but it’s not confidence inspiring. On the plus side breaking performance is impressive with short stopping distances. Another plus is a compliant and absorbent ride it’s quite good first Marcia being.

Unfortunately there’s still a lot of road noise that’s a shame given that most of the noise sources are well subdued. Honda’s been playing a conservative with what’s under the hood there’s a 2.4 liter 4 cylinder connected to a 5 speed automatic that’ll sounds pretty familiar right behind it and doing a good job getting the best out of their drive trains. See our me is no rocket ship but the engine is smooth and willing transmission this shifts very smoothly it’s very responsive Honda was also able to eke out 2 more miles per gallon overall from the CRV that puts it among the best in its class for fuel economy. Overall the CRV sticks true to the time tested popular formula. Scars practical pleasant and efficient.