The pricing has been released for the new five passenger 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport. The base model is set to drive off the showroom floor at $24,450, with an additional $825 destination fee. This is a bit more than last year’s model that started at $23,225, but there has been some upgrades that make the additional price points make sense. Of course the pricing does continue to go up from the base model and it depends on what options you choose as to what your final new Santa Fe Sport could end up costing you.
If you want an all wheel drive 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport, the price for the five passenger version will be $26,200 along with the base 2.4 liter four cylinder engine. This engine gives 190 horsepower and 181 pound feet of torque. If you want a more aggressive driving experience, you will want to choose the next option up that starts at $27,700. This will give you a front wheel drive Sport with a 2.0 liter turbo mill, the same engine with an all wheel drive version will be $29,450.
Moving along to the interior options for the 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport, you can choose to have leather interior and power heated front and rear seats along with a rear view camera, eight inch navigation screen and panoramic sunroof. That will be another $6,600 added to whatever version you have chosen this far. This means if you build your Sport to include the turbo charged all wheel drive version with a fully loaded option package, it will be around $36,000. No pricing has been released yet for the seven passenger Santa Fe Sport version, but it is safe to assume that all prices will be raised at least a bit more than the five passenger model will be going for.
While you think about what type of Sport you want, you can check out a video of it in action: