Santa Fe 2The Hyundai Santa Fe Sport was introduced in 2013 as part of the third generation Santa Fe lineup. It is smaller than the normal Santa Fe, seating five instead of the usual seven, and comes in two different trims, the Sport and the Sport 2.0T. The Sport base model features a 2.4L, 190-hp GDI 4-cylinder engine, 17″ alloy wheels, projector headlights, stain-resistant cloth seats, plus remote keyless entry. The Sport 2.0T features a more-powerful 264-hp 2.0L twin-turbo engine (hence the moniker 2.0T) with proximity key entry, 18″ alloy wheels, automatic headlight control, dual zone climate control, and a 4.3″ color touchscreen audio display with a rear camera. Learn more about the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport.

The Hyundai Santa Fe Sport is relatively new; having been introduced only two years ago, with the first rolling off the production line in 2012 for the 2013 model year, many carriers are still relatively unfamiliar with the smaller body. But that can only help you; the smaller the vehicle is, usually the easier it is to ship, and as such the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport should be a bit easier than the Santa Fe to ship. They’re similar in size, but the Sport is smaller as it only seats five and has a slightly lower height and wheelbase than the standard Santa Fe. This should make it a bit cheaper to ship as well; carriers price their loads on how far the shipment is going and how big the vehicle they’re shipping is, as larger vehicles tend to weigh more, and more weight means decreased fuel efficiency.

More weight also tends to mean a higher price when it comes to the car transport industry, with pickup trucks, vans and SUV’s costing more than standard cars. The Santa Fe Sport, while smaller than the standard Santa Fe, is still a sport utility vehicle, and with most sport utility vehicles comes higher shipping prices. Auto shippers call this an oversize or overweight auto transport fee, which is assessed on any vehicle that is larger than a standard car. It likely won’t be a whole lot, but it’s not something you can avoid with a Santa Fe Sport, as it’s rolled into the auto transport quote that you are given.

If you’re looking for a quote to ship your Hyundai Santa Fe Sport, or any other vehicle for that matter, you should fill out our free online quote request form. It takes only a minute and you can get an instant price immediately right on your screen. It’s fast, it’s easy, and since we clear all our trucks for reliability and for dependability ahead of time, you can rest easy knowing you’re getting a quote from the best in the business. We’ve been around for close to fifteen years, and we know all the ins and outs of the auto transport industry; not only that, but we take pride in our work, and you can call us toll-free at 800-930-7417 and speak to one of our live agents today.

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