Hyundai Santa Fe Scores Highest Crash Test Rating From IIHS
Ensuring your safety is a top priority at Hyundai. That is why we make sure that your vehicle is equipped with the right driver assistance features that are proven to work in the real world. Driver assistance features that can be the difference for you coming home safe and assured somewhere on the highways of South Central Minnesota.
That is why we are happy to announce that the 2022 Santa Fe received the Top Safety Pick+ award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. It received this highest designation based on crash tests utilizing available front crash prevention and its excellent set of headlamps.
This is the latest award presented to Hyundai. Every SUV available in our lineup now holds either a Top Safety Pick or Top Safety Pick+ designation from the IIHS.
To qualify for IIHS Top Safety Pick+, the higher of the Institute’s two awards, vehicles must earn good ratings in all six IIHS crash-worthiness evaluations, including the driver-side small overlap front, passenger-side small overlap front, moderate overlap front, side roof strength and head restraint tests. Additionally, vehicles must be available with a front crash prevention system that earns advanced or superior ratings in both the vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-pedestrian evaluations and good or acceptable headlights must be standard across all trim levels.
The Hyundai Santa Fe is an innovative vehicle that offers a spacious interior for both passengers and cargo, a choice of performance options, including both a Hybrid and a Plug-In Hybrid driveline, and an adventurous option in the new XRT trim level.
At the heart of the Santa Fe is a safe and secure vehicle. That is why many people in South Central Minnesota rely on one for commuting or for family outings. That includes all of the driver assistance innovations you can get in one. From Lane Following Assist to the Surround View Monitor on your instrument panel, Hyundai made sure that you are protected from what can happen out there on the roads.