The good news is that the 2021 Hyundai Santa Fe is a supremely affordable SUV. The base model — SE trim with front-wheel drive and a naturally aspirated 2.5-liter engine — will only set you back $28,025, including Hyundai’s $1,175 destination fee. Adding all-wheel drive bumps the price to $29,725, which is still pretty reasonable.
Things go up from there, with the 2.5-liter turbo engine making its first appearance in the front-wheel drive Limited trim for $39,775. Adding all-wheel drive will see you move up to $41,475.
The top-tier Calligraphy trim is available with either 19- or 20-inch wheels, but exclusively as turbo models with all-wheel drive. The 19-inch wheel model is $43,275, and for 20-inch wheels, you’ll pay $43,475.
All trim levels for the 2021 Santa Fe come with Hyundai’s eight-speed, wet-clutch DCT transmission as well as a host of infotainment, convenience and safety features as standard. These includeand integration, forward collision avoidance, adaptive cruise and lane-keep assist.
Hyundai will have the 2021 Santa Fe in dealers sometime in the first quarter of 2021, while the Hybrid model — with pricing as-yet-unannounced — will come closer to the end of next year.