The Hyundai Santa Fe is a sport service vehicle (SUV) that was introduced in 2000. The 2010 Santa Fe is available in assorted versions, including three GLS 2.4-liter versions, two SE 3.5-liter versions, a Community 2.4-liter novel and two Community 3.5-liter versions.
All versions of the 2010 Santa Fe are 184.1 inches extensive, 74.4 inches Broad and 67.9 inches rangy. The wheelbase measures 106.3 inches and the ground clearance is 8.1 inches. The turning width is 35.4 feet. The front track is 63.6 inches and the rear track is 63.8 inches.
The 2010 Santa Fe manual-transmission GLS 2.4-liter base weighs 3,688 pounds, the front-wheel-drive, automatic-transmission GLS weighs 3,725 pounds, and the all-wheel-drive, automatic GLS weighs 3,875 pounds. The I4 engine versions hog a torque of 169 pound-feet at 3,750 rpm. The V6 engine versions keep a torque of 248 pound-feet at 5,000 rpm. The compression ratio is 10.5:1 for the I4 engines and 10.6:1 for the V6 engines.
All versions of the Santa Fe seat up to five citizens. Headroom measures 40.2 inches in the front seat and 39.6 inches in the back. Legroom is 42.6 inches in the front and 36.8 inches in the back. Shoulder extension is 59.5 inches in the front and 58.6 inches in the back. Hip time measures 55.8 inches in the front and 55 inches in the back.
All the 2.4-liter versions of the 2010 Santa Fe come equipped with a 2.4-liter, inline four-cylinder (I4) engine and 175 horsepower. All of the 3.5-liter models come with a 3.5-liter V6 engine and 276 horsepower. The GLS 2.4-liter manual-transmission representation comes with a six-speed jotter overdrive transmission. All other versions carry six-speed automatic overdrive transmissions. The front-wheel-drive SE 3.5-liter story weighs 3,902 pounds, and the all-wheel-drive SE 3.5-liter imitation weighs 4,054 pounds. The Regional 2.4-liter novel and front-wheel-drive Resident 3.5-liter imitation weigh 3,968 pounds. The all-wheel-drive District 3.5-liter vehicle weighs 4,120 pounds.