2014 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Awd - $25000 (accord, Ny) on 2040-cars
Accord, New York, United States
|2014 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport AWD Accord, NY 5254 miles
Frost White Pearl Finish
Everything working and well maintained
There are small scratches on the left and right bumper.
All scheduled maintenance, All records, Excellent condition, Looks & drives great,
No accidents, Non-smoker, One owner, Perfect first car, Seats like new, Title in hand, Well maintained, Clean interior
Hyundai Santa Fe for Sale
Auto Services in New York
Auto Repair & Service, Engine Rebuilding & Exchange, Auto Springs & Suspension
Address: 8601 Liberty Ave, South-Richmond-Hill
Phone: (718) 323-2886
Used Car Dealers
Address: 5815 Church Ave, South-Richmond-Hill
Phone: (866) 930-3657
Automobile Body Repairing & Painting, Towing
Phone: (845) 565-7212
Auto Repair & Service, Gas Stations
Address: 41 E Main St, Fire-Is-Pines
Phone: (631) 581-1001
Automobile Body Repairing & Painting
Address: 6115 71st Ave, Forest-Hills
Phone: (718) 417-4919
Auto Repair & Service
Address: 425 E John St, Wyandanch
Phone: (631) 669-2189
Mon, 21 Apr 2014 17:45:00 EST
Hyundai introduced an all-new crossover concept to the crowds at the 2014 Beijing Motor Show, showing the ix25, a near-production concept that heralds the arrival of a new compact CUV for the People's Republic.
Fri, 01 Mar 2013 16:33:00 EST
Boasting Hyundai's "Fluidic Sculpture 2.0," the ix25 is a handsome little soft-roader that we could see slotting in nicely below the vehicle we call Tucson (the rest of the globe knows it as the ix35), and would serve as the entry point for Hyundai's Chinese CUV range. Under hood sits a familiar 2.0-liter, "Nu" four-cylinder, which we've sampled in assorted Hyundais and Kias over the years.
At 168 inches long it's ten inches shorter than a Ford Escape and five inches longer than the Soul, from sister company Kia. Despite these differences, the ix25 Concept's wheelbase is less than an inch longer (eight-tenths to be exact) than the Soul's 101.2-inches. More notably, the ix25 is roughly the size of the new Chevrolet Trax.
It looks as though Hyundai has readied a facelifted version of its ix35 crossover (known as the Tucson here in the U-S-of-A) for the Geneva Motor Show next week. While we haven't been able to get the Korean automaker to cough up the official details - or more than one image - reports indicate that the new Euro CUV will get revisions to the engine lineup, technology offerings and more.
Wed, 12 Mar 2014 18:30:00 EST
The Hyundai's sheetmetal has been nipped and tucked from the looks of the photo, with bolder, bi-xenon headlamps and LED running lights the most obvious alterations. Inside we're told to keep an eye out for improved materials and a new, larger TFT infortainment control screen.
Expect clearer intel about both the ix35 and the home-market Tucson no later than next week, and most likely a bit earlier.
Rallying requires lightning quick reflexes and the ability to turn off one's sense of self-preservation. This much is not in doubt. Anyone that's ever seen a rally car hurtle along a tree-lined spit of dirt road at high speeds could tell you that. What many people don't know is that it also requires a strong mechanical sense. Knowing how to repair one's car when far from the service garages is a must. A strong sense of ingenuity is pretty handy, as well.
It was that sense of ingenuity that came to the aid of Thierry Neuville (shown above during last weekend's Rally Mexico), a WRC driver for the Hyundai Motorsport team, after his i20 suffered a radiator leak during the drive back to service. Neuville and his co-driver, Nicolas Gilsoul, hopped out of the car, assessed the issue and realized they needed to patch the radiator leak and refill the coolant, which they were fresh out of. So, instead, they used beer.
The pair had been awarded a magnum-sized bottle of Corona from the Rally Mexico's corporate sponsor after the final power stage. As Neuville doesn't drink, they tossed the beer in the back of the i20 and set off for the garages. It was a good thing they did, as adding the Mexican lager to the car's system allowed them to limp back to service.