This is 2013 Limited Edition with third row seats. You name it, this car has it. Technical specs are ALL over the internet. From the automatic lift gate and rear backing camera to the first AND second row heated seats!!! From the heated steering wheel to the power outlets all over the car, the navigation system to the multiple steering options (sport, soft etc..). Check it out for yourself!!!! There are e even built in sun shades in the second row windows so the kids can be cool. This car would cost over 40,000 brand new. Don't believe me? Go online and build one!!! Then add the extras that we did, like the carpeted AND all weather mats, the cargo area cover and cargo net, the wheel locks. And lets not forget the 8 year/80,000 mile warranty that covers EVERYTHING bumper to bumper and the maintenance included, all extras we added!!! We also added coverage that if any of the seats stain and they cannot clean them, they have to replace them!!!!!
2013 - Hyundai Santa Fe on 2040-cars
White Rock, South Carolina, United States
Hyundai Santa Fe for Sale
- Warranty,1-owner, clean carfax(US $19,994.00)
- Orange suv awd gray interior low miles very clean carfax guaranteed one owner
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- Limited 3.3l traction control - abs and driveline rear defogger clock - in-dash(US $12,988.00)
- 3.3l power heated mirrors front seat type - bucket 242 horsepower compass(US $7,878.00)
Auto Services in South Carolina
X-Treme Audio Inc ★★★★★
Wingard Towing Service ★★★★★
Threlkeld Inc ★★★★★
TCB Automotive & Towing ★★★★★
Rothrock`s Garage ★★★★★
Reynolds Service Center ★★★★★
Auto blogWed, 04 Sep 2013 14:58:00 EST
If you've been reading the past several updates on our long-term 2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo, you may have noticed a trend developing. This is a flawed vehicle. Not critically so, but for many of our editors, this vehicle's annoying attributes are indeed outweighing the good. What may not be obvious, though, is that the deck is kind of stacked against the Turbo model.
See, a Veloster with its base powertrain and less of the gimmicky, look-at-me styling is a solid, fashion-forward, nicely packaged hatchback at a good price. Our issues haven't so much been with the Veloster itself, but with the unfulfilled expectations of hot-hatchery that the Turbo brings to the equation.
For this update, then, I will focus on a common bridge between the two Veloster models: the cars' top-end infotainment systems. Tack on the Style and Tech packs on the standard Veloster or the Ultimate Package on a Veloster Turbo, and you'll get the same Blue Link infotainment system, touchscreen navigation and eight-speaker Dimension stereo (a standard item on the VT).
Hyundai leased its first Tucson Fuel Cell crossover last week, which the automaker claims makes it the first mass-produced fuel cell vehicle (FCV) that has been offered to the public (Honda may have something to say about that...). The vehicle, which consumes hydrogen and emits only clean water vapor from its exhaust pipe, will initially only be offered for lease in Los Angeles and Orange Counties - two regions with the greatest density of approved hydrogen stations in the country - at a monthly fee of $499. Since the Tucson FCV rolls down the same Ulsan, Korea, production line as its gasoline-powered relative, production is scalable based on customer demand.
We attended the festivities with the dignitaries and elected officials - clapping until our hands hurt. But once it was over, we grabbed a set of keys and took the new FCV for a half-hour jaunt. According to the press materials, written with a welcomed sense of humor, Hyundai will offer it in three colors: white, white and optional white. Our test model was the latter.
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I think that the new BMW 4 Series is an attractive coupe. The design is a little bit on the wrong side of "fussy" I'll grant you, and I don't particularly care for the look of the scalloped, black-bordered vents on the fender sides - functional though they may be. But for the most part, I find the coupe to be pretty pleasing to look at.
You all, by and large, do not care for the 4 Series. (For the sake of constructing my intellectual argument, I'm going to make the ridiculous statistical assumption that the 140 or so comments on our 4 Series First Drive provide a representative opinion of our readership as a whole.) In the first 24 hours after we published our review of the car, you felt moved to comment that it was "ugly," "REALLY ugly" and "a disappointment" among other, less reprintable statements of ardor.