buying 2022 Hyundai Santa Fe Plug-In Hybrid Starts North of $40K
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The Hyundai Group produces an electrician car in the A-segment from 2023. The drive module comes from supplier Borg-Warner. © Kia The Crossover, probably both Hyundai and Kia, receives the latest integrated drive module (Intergrated Drive Module, IDM) of the supplier. It has an electric motor, gearbox and power electronics and is operated at 400 volts.
- The adds a plug-in-hybrid variant for the 2022 model year, which joins traditional hybrid and gas-powered versions.
- The Santa Fe PHEV starts at $40,535 for the SEL trim and $46,545 for the Limited, which adds a 360-degree camera, ventilated leather seats, and other goodies.
- The PHEV uses a 177-hp 1.6-liter four-cylinder mated to a 90-hp electric motor, which gets its juice from a 12.4-kWh battery for an electric-only range of 31 miles, according to the EPA.
CORRECTION 8/17/21: This story has been updated to correctly state the Santa Fe PHEV's electric range and usable battery capacity.
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Thereceived a significant refresh for 2021, gaining a bold new grille up front and a trendy full-width taillight around back. There were also , including a traditional hybrid setup, but for 2022 the Santa Fe gets even more eco-friendly with the addition of a plug-in-hybrid variant. We of the PHEV’s powertrain earlier this year and now Hyundai has released pricing information for the Santa Fe plug-in hybrid.
The plug-in powertrain comes on two trim levels. The base SEL starts at $40,535 and nets you Hyundai’s digital key, Smart Sense safety features, a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, and an 8.0-inch infotainment screen. Upgrading to the Limited will cost $46,545 and adds the Smart Park system, a 360-degree camera, ventilated leather seats, and a 10.3-inch infotainment screen. All Santa Fe PHEVs are powered by a 177-horsepower 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine and 90-hp electric motor feeding off a battery with an estimated 12 kWh of usable capacity. The system sends the combined 260 hp to all four wheels, and the PHEV gets an EPA-estimated 76 MPGe and 30 miles of pure electric driving range. When the battery is depleted, the Santa Fe PHEV returns 33 combined mpg according to the EPA.
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Although the Santa Fe PHEV is the only plug-in in its size class, it competes against the smallerand PHEV for electrified-crossover sales. The 2022 RAV4 Prime SE is slightly cheaper at $39,565, while the more luxurious goes for $42,890, and the Prime can extract an EPA-estimated 42 miles from its 18.1-kWh battery. A plug-in Outlander based on the new model is , but for 2022 the Outlander PHEV carries over from the third generation. Pricing for the cheapest SEL starts at $37,890, undercutting both the Santa Fe and RAV4, while the LE starts at 39,590 and the GT goes for $43,590. The Outlander PHEV can go 24 miles thanks to a . The Santa Fe goes on sale this summer, but is only available in 11 states.
This story was originally published August 10, 2021.
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