This just in: Hyundai PH releases long-wheelbase Grand Santa Fe

Bigger, more luxurious version of Santa Fe
Jan 24, 2014

Hyundai Grand Santa Fe

Hyundai Asia Resources Inc. has a new model in its product lineup for the Philippine market, and it's the Grand Santa Fe 2.2 6AT 4WD Premium, which is essentially the long-wheelbase version of the Santa Fe midsize SUV. Supposedly the Korean carmaker's replacement for the discontinued Veracruz., the Grand Santa Fe has a seating capacity for six passengers, according to the spec sheet sent to us, which is a little odd since the short-wheelbase Santa Fe can already seat seven--unless the Grand Santa Fe has six captain's chairs, which is most likely the case.

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Called the Maxcruz in South Korea, the Grand Santa Fe is powered by the same 2.2-liter eVGT CRDi turbodiesel engine found under the hood of the standard Santa Fe, rated at 194hp and 422Nm. As the official variant name suggests, this vehicle comes equipped with a six-speed automatic transmission.

How much longer is the Grand Santa Fe compared to the regular Santa Fe? The spec sheet says it has a wheelbase of 2,800mm, or a mere 100mm more than the Santa Fe's 2,700mm wheelbase. The more pronounced increase can be found in the overall length: The Grand Santa Fe measures 4,915mm from bumper to bumper, while the Santa Fe is at 4,690mm.

Even so, think of the Grand Santa Fe as not just a bigger version of its regular sibling, but also a more luxurious one. Check out the complete list of features below.

The Grand Santa Fe--which comes in five colors (Arabian Mocha, Hyper Metallic, Timeless Black, Mystic Beige and Creamy White--is priced at P2,498,000.

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Hyundai Grand Santa Fe specifications

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