The 2021 Hyundai Santa Fe is raising the bar in the compact SUV segment. Redesigned for the 2021 model year, this all-new vehicle is ready to take on anything your family throws its way, featuring updates both inside and out.
The recently unveiled 2021 Santa Fe comes with a new grille,
which fully spans the front of the vehicle. The grille’s geometric patterning
gives it a modern feel, while the daytime running lights and taillights are
connected by a long, uninterrupted line to give the Santa Fe a sophisticated
Inside, new soft-touch materials and a raised centre console
give the vehicle a welcoming atmosphere. Along with a new shift-by-wire system,
the Santa Fe comes with a Terrain Mode selector knob, making it easy to take on
Toronto weather with seven available modes: Mud, Snow, Sand, Eco, Sport,
Comfort, and Smart.
The centre console features a brand-new 10.25-inch touch-screen
display, which gives you access to voice-guided navigation, preloaded maps, and
a range of infotainment features that will allow you to keep you connected on
Hyundai hasn’t announced a release date for the 2021 Santa Fe yet. In the meantime, visit us here at Downtown Hyundai in Toronto to test-drive the current Santa Fe or any of our other great SUV models.
The Hyundai Elantra lineup just got a whole lot sportier. Hyundai recently announced that it is expanding its popular sedan lineup with an all-new model: the N Line.
The 2021 Hyundai Elantra N Line model is built with
providing more driving fun for consumers, especially while driving around
Toronto. This sporty edition is characterized by specific N design elements and
Under the hood, the 2021 Elantra N Line will come equipped
with a 1.6-litre GDI turbocharged engine that is paired to either a six-speed
manual or seven-speed Double Clutch Transmission. This powertrain will pump out
201 horsepower and 195 lb-ft of torque.
The Elantra N Line has also undergone some engineering
changes to increase its performance. Its suspension has been stiffing for
better handling, and it also features 18-inch alloy wheels, a multi-link
independent rear suspension, and larger front brake rotors.
Inside, a leather-wrapped perforated N steering wheel flaunts
metallic spokes, while the N sport seats with leather bolsters, gearshift with
metal accents, and alloy pedals add to the vehicle’s athletic feel. There are
also a number of driver-oriented features, including paddle shifters and a
Drive Mode Selector system.
Here at Downtown Hyundai in Toronto, we can’t wait to get you behind the wheel of the Elantra N Line. We’re expecting this thrilling new model to arrive sometime around the end of the year.