Hyundai Santa Fe Interior Features
With seating for up to seven passengers, you'll never have to worry about cramming the kids inside of your Hyundai Santa Fe. You won't need to worry about taking separate vehicles each time your family goes out to the lake, or over to the cabin. For the times when you don't need to use each of the seven seats, you'll be able to fold up both the second- and third-row of seats in order to maximize your carrying capacity. Both rows of seats in the back split 50/50 so you'll be able to configure storage space depending on how many people you've got with you.
Up front, the Hyundai Santa Fe features seats that are able to both keep you warm and cool you down. This available feature is perfect for any chilly morning drives, or lunch-break drives during the middle of summer. Simply press the appropriate button and your seat will either begin to warm or cool itself to provide you with almost-instant comfort, The Santa Fe won't be able to get rid of your early-morning commute, or make the dreaded Monday go away, but thanks to these innovative comfort features, your drive in to work will surely be the highlight of your day.
Hyundai Santa Fe Technology
Available on the Hyundai Sonata is a Blind Spot Detection system that is like having eyes in the back of your head while you're driving. Sensors located along the sides and in the back of the Santa Fe are able to keep a steady watch over the area surrounding your vehicle. When the system detects that another car is beginning to approach, or enters an area that you may not be able to see with your side-view mirror, you'll receive an audible warning, as well as a visual alert to let you know that it isn't safe to change lanes quite yet.
Also available on the Hyundai Santa Fe is a Lane Departure Warning system. Much like the Blind Spot Detection system, this innovative feature uses a sensor to monitor the area around your Santa Fe. Instead of watching the back of your vehicle, this sensor is located at the front and is able to read the markings on the road in order to figure out your exact position within your lane. When the system detects that you are unintentionally beginning to veer out of your lane, it will send you a warning to keep you in your proper place.