Hyundai has pulled the attachment on its Santa Fe SUV by ending the sale of the seven-seater. The Korean maker’s India site never again demonstrates the Santa Fe in its item run. Merchants without any stocks accessible are never again tolerating appointments of the seven-seater SUV either.
The Santa Fe has done unequivocally poor on the business diagram, with just 14 sold in July 2017 and only one unit sold in August 2017. From April to July 2017, just 45 units of the Santa Fe were sold while in the traverse of a half year, Hyundai has just figured out how to move 67 units of its substantial SUV. To place it into point of view, Toyota sold 2,116 units of the Fortuner while Ford figured out how to offer 1,163 Endeavors in August 2017.
The Santa Fe that was discounted in India was the third-era demonstrate propelled at the 2014 Auto Expo. With the best spec 4WD AT variation costing Rs 38.29 lakh (on-street, Delhi), it was viewed as more costly than its adversaries, which ruined deals.
Engine And Displacement
In the engine, the expansive SUV got a 2.2-liter turbo-diesel motor that delivered 197hp at 3,800 rpm and 421Nm of pinnacle torque in the vicinity of 1,800rpm and 2,500rpm. The 2WD trim has a six-speed manual as standard while a six-speed programmed gearbox was discretionary. The 4WD model was just accessible with a six-speed programmed transmission.
Rivals are Powerfull
The Santa Fe equaled the Toyota Fortuner, Ford Endeavor and Volkswagen Tiguan when it was accessible in the market. There is no word on a substitution for the model yet.
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