That’s a good upgrade over that ecoshit you had.Those of you that followed the wrecked Ford Escape saga... first off screw USAA. They never pick up the phone, and never call you back.
But they did pay me way more than that car was worth once it finally got considered a "Total Loss."
Decided to support South Korea in their battle against communism and got a "2018 Hyundai Sante Fe Limited Ultimate"
A slight mouthful but seems like a great car. Internet claims that that is the best year ever for the Sante Fe. It's got the third row that my wife so deeply desired. Plus all the extras that they offered at the time.
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That's what my interweb research was saying. Most Hyundai after 2011 is decent. With the Santa Fe, 2018 was the peak year for the vehicle.Hyundai/Kia have REALLY stepped up their game since I would say ~2010-2011. Some may remember my Sonata that had 335K on it when I sold it lol.
I too have a throwaway 2011 Sorento, V6, SX, AWD, does what I need it to do and get me around. Been daily driving it 4-5 years now, have done struts, bushings and alternator. Think I'm around 164k.We have a 2011 Kia Sorento and it's been a fantastic vehicle. Other than being slow, it's been trouble free. 226k and counting. It's basically the ugly sister to a Santa Fe.