Compare the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport in Wichita

 

How Does the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Stack Up Against the Honda CR-V and Nissan Murano?

Many drivers of the modern age demand a range of dynamics from their vehicles. With multidimensional lives, these drivers want vehicles that are equally at home hauling home mulch from the hardware store and providing a smooth ride on the daily commute. Enter the crossover segment. Crossovers have seen a rise in popularity over the years because of their multi-faceted characteristics, blending the utility of an SUV with the comfort and efficiency of a car.

Hyundai has several quality entrants in the crossover segment. Among them is the Santa Fe Sport, a well-rounded vehicle that ready for life's varying daily tasks. With an impressive list of options, affordable pricing, and impressive performance, it's worthy of consideration if you're investigating crossovers. The Santa Fe Sport is a great choice for multi-purpose drivers, but it's far from the only one available. The market is full of crossover models from automakers across the board. Two of the Santa Fe Sport's primary competitors - the Honda CR-V and Nissan Murano - offer similar performance and dynamics. Here's a rundown on the differences to make your decision-making process smoother:

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Hyundai Santa Fe Sport vs. Honda CR-V

  • The edge goes to the Santa Fe Sport when it comes to power. With the available 2.0-liter turbocharged engine under the hood, the Santa Fe Sport produces an impressive 240 horsepower. The CR-V, on the other hand, produces only 184 horsepower.
  • The Santa Fe Sport features Hyundai's famous 10-year, 100,000-mile limited powertrain warranty, so you can drive with confidence year after year. By contrast, the CR-V comes with Honda's 5-year, 60,000-mile powertrain warranty.
  • Driving on twisty roads at night can be a challenge. The Santa Fe Sport makes it a little easier. Its dynamic bending lights help drivers see further around corners to better react to road conditions. The CR-V has no such feature.

Hyundai Santa Fe Sport vs. Nissan Murano

  • First, the Santa Fe Sport is a better value than Murano. Its starting MSRP is more than $4,000 cheaper, at $25,350. The Murano starts at $29,770. Add practically any option and its price moves past $30,000.
  • If it's peace of mind you're looking for, the Santa Fe Sport has it with Hyundai's 10-year, 100,000-mile limited powertrain warranty. The Murano's powertrain warranty lasts a fraction of the time and distance, at 5 years and 60,000 miles.
  • Hyundai designed the Santa Fe Sport to be safe. Its available lane-assist system can gently correct steering if you start to drift into the other lane. The Murano does not include lane assist at any trim.

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