Countryside Cruising: Riding In The 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited

The 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited showed up just on time. I was scheduled to take a countryside road trip down through Virginia to see some family, go to the small town where my dad is buried, and pick up a Monopoly game dedicated to my hometown.

And there’s nothing like a road trip to really get a feel for a vehicle, so this was a perfectly timed test drive to really get a gage on what this Hyundai SUV was offering.

The 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited certainly drives well. From the moment I hopped on Highway 66, this SUV gripped the road, had great acceleration and very easy handling and I left Washington, DC and headed into the suburbs.

The other thing I liked about this ride was its turbo boost, which happened as a result of its turbo four-cylinder and all-wheel drive mode.

The seats were extremely comfortable. One leg of my trip was almost 90 minutes and I never felt shifty in this car’s wide seats.

While I was driving by myself without any extra luggage for an overnight stay, there was plenty of second row room and in the trunk space. I actually picked up some groceries at a roadside farmer’s market so I was able to put that space to use.

All models of the Hyundai Santa Fe come with forward-collision warning with pedestrian detection, automatic emergency braking, blind-spot warning, rear cross-traffic warning, and lane-keeping assist. I love that safety features are becoming the standard on vehicles and don’t have to be additional charges.

For me, tech support is a must for a road trip. The infotainment system in the car supported my Apple phone and there was plenty of access to power for my gadgets with a traditional plug, USB ports and an auxiliary portal. It also has a wireless charging pad.

The interior cabin was well-appointed in its design, sleek and easy-to-use functions and proportions.

The 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited is a sensible SUV that could work as an every day vehicle, but also works for nights on the town and fancy affairs. If you’re looking to leave life in a sedan and make the move into an SUV, this is a great starting point.

Favorite Features: The moonroof and all of the power options

Least Favorite Feature: n/a

Spin Control: With a starting price tag at $21,990, you may just want to go ahead and buy two of these cars for its value.

Status: A LIST

VIDEO: So check out my inside look into the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited and determine whether it’s an automobile that meets your needs.


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