2024 Hyundai Santa Fe: Higher Prices Unveiled for Upcoming Model Year

Price of the latest styles and updates.

Hyundai has recently announced the pricing for the all-new 2024 Santa Fe, which boasts a fifth-generation design featuring unconventional boxy shapes. As anticipated, the latest edition of the Santa Fe comes with a higher price tag compared to its previous model, starting at $33,950 for the SE version with front-wheel drive (FWD).

The price for the 2023 model’s entry-level SE trim starts at approximately $5,200, which is higher than the base price. Opting for all-wheel drive will increase the cost to $35,750. However, this trim comes with additional features such as a 12.3-inch infotainment screen, a 12.3-inch instrument cluster, and a blind-spot collision warning system. It also includes a hands-free smart liftgate as standard equipment.

The next tier in the lineup is marked by the SEL edition, coming in at a cost of $36,450, a significant rise of $4,000 compared to its predecessor. Opting for all-wheel drive will bump the price up to $38,250. Additionally, the SEL model offers the choice of a hybrid powertrain for an extra fee of $500.

The 1.6-liter turbocharged hybrid engine that fuels hybrid models is able to generate a robust 231 horsepower and 271 lb-ft of torque. Meanwhile, non-hybrid models are equipped with a 2.5-liter turbocharged engine producing 277 hp and 311 lb-ft of torque. The 2.5T is coupled with an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission, while the hybrid comes paired with a six-speed automatic gearbox.

Similar to other Hyundai vehicles, like the Santa Cruz, the 2024 Santa Fe is now offered with the XRT trim at a price of $40,600. This model features an exclusively AWD system and a non-hybrid engine. The XRT also boasts a towing capacity of 4,500 lbs, dark alloy wheels measuring 18 inches, a raised ground clearance of 1.3 inches, in addition to a navigation feature and all-terrain tires – a first for any Hyundai car. All these upgrades come at an increased cost of $6,350 from its previous version.

The base price for the Santa Fe Limited begins at $43,350, representing an increase of $2,750 compared to its 2023 counterpart. Opting for all-wheel drive will bump up the cost to $45,150, while those looking for a hybrid option will need to add on an extra $500. The Limited package comes with some notable upgrades, including 20-inch alloy wheels, leather seats, a dual sunroof, remote smart parking assistance, a surround-view camera, and a blind-spot monitor.

0The starting cost of the flagship Calligraphy model now stands at $46,500, a modest increase of approximately $3,900 from its previous version. For those looking for an all-wheel-drive option, be prepared to spend $48,300. However, opting for the hybrid version will only raise the price by an additional $500. Notable additions to this trim include luxurious second-row captain’s chairs and the highly praised Highway Driving Assist 2.0 system from the brand.

Hyundai announced that the non-hybrid variations are currently reaching retailers, while the hybrid models are estimated to be released in the upcoming spring. To support the manufacturing of the Santa Fe and various other SUVs, the Korean car manufacturer is putting $290 million into its Alabama plant.

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