Hyundai has stopped the production of its Veracruz model. And in its place, the Korea-origin auto manufacturer has strengthened the Santa Fe. It says the boom in small crossovers and the popularity of seven-passenger vehicles are major reasons for the decision.
Popular online auto publication, Edmund, describes the new Santa Fe as a crossover utility that offers a decent amount of luxury, tons of features, a great deal of performance. For the Nigerian market, Hyundai Nigeria Limited has introduced the new version of Santa Fe and it is optimistic about its great performance in the year.
It was recently unveiled in Lagos along three other Hyundai siblings; Genesis, Azera and Veloster of the same production year. The new Santa Fe, according to the manufacturer, includes two body styles, the two-row Santa Fe Sport and the three-row Santa Fe.
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