Compare the Hyundai Santa Fe

Compare to the 2018 Toyota RAV4, 2018 Ford Edge and 2018 Chevy Equinox

Finding the perfect small or midsized SUV is easy when you make the smart choice to shop at our Concord, NC Hyundai dealer serving Charlotte. We love everything about the new 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe, which takes you much further for the amount of money you'll invest in a vehicle that's ideal for both family driving and solo adventures alike. Take a closer look and a quick test drive with the new Santa Fe by coming over to our Hyundai dealer serving Matthews, Monroe and Huntersville today.

To give you an idea of how amazing the new Santa Fe is, it's worth comparing it to other popular SUVs. In this case, we're comparing the new 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe to 2018 editions of the Toyota RAV4, Ford Edge and Chevy Equinox, so look through these comparisons, then visit our Hyundai dealer near Gastonia and Mooresville today.

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2018 Hyundai Santa Fe vs 2018 Toyota RAV4 in Concord, NC

  • The Santa Fe offers seating for up to seven and more cargo storage space inside, compared to the new RAV4 which only accommodates up to five total passengers. For better versatility with what you bring with you, the new Santa Fe is the way to go.
  • Any Hyundai is going to offer you the best warranty coverage, and that's certainly the case here. The basic warranty, corrosion / rust thru coverage and the roadside assistance program all last far longer with the new Santa Fe, while the Hyundai offers a 10-year / 10,000-mile non-transferable powertrain warranty that isn't available with the Toyota.
  • The RAV4 sticks with a lone four-cylinder which can't match the power of the standard V-6 with the new Santa Fe. The 3.3-liter V-6 in the Santa Fe produces 290 horsepower and 252 pound-feet of torque, which is a considerable advantage over smaller SUVs.

2018 Hyundai Santa Fe vs 2018 Ford Edge in Concord, NC

  • If you're looking for cargo space, the new Santa Fe is the way to go. You'll have far more room for cargo storage compared to the Edge when all seats and passengers are in place, and the interior is overall more spacious in the Santa Fe when you need to fold down a few seats.
  • The Edge is only available with a V-6 in its pricy Sport trim, while the standard V-6 with the Santa Fe far outperforms the standard turbocharged four-cylinder in the Ford SUV.
  • When properly configured, the new Hyundai Santa Fe can tow up to 5,000 pounds, a considerably strong rating for a midsized SUV. In comparison, the new Edge maxes out with a 1,500-pound max tow rating.


2018 Hyundai Santa Fe vs 2018 Chevy Equinox in Concord, NC

  • Most of the warranty coverage with the Santa Fe lasts for more years and more mileage than what's offered with the Equinox, including the non-transferable powertrain with the Hyundai SUV that isn't offered with the Chevy.
  • The Santa Fe is complete with far more standard features in its base level compared to the starting package of the Equinox. These features include air conditioning, a CD player and optional leather seating, while adding more features in the Santa Fe's higher trims is more cost effective and gives you far better connectivity with your infotainment features.
  • Finally, the new Santa Fe is far more capable than the Equinox, with a 290-horsepower output from the standard V-6 besting the 170-horsepower performance of the Chevy SUV.