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Don't like the front and rim.
 

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Just posted and it says to expect it in December 2020 for the regular and hybrid while the PHEV will arrive later in 2021
What I heard him say was that the regular models will be at dealers in December and the hybrid a couple months later. I didn't hear him say anything about when the PHEV would arrive.
 

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What I heard him say was that the regular models will be at dealers in December and the hybrid a couple months later. I didn't hear him say anything about when the PHEV would arrive.
Sorry - I got my info mixed up. They said the PHEV would be slated for 2022. The video description is a transcription of the video (or close to it)

We haven’t seen fuel economy or pricing figures yet but we have heard that a plug-in hybrid should arrive in 2022.
 

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Discussion Starter #107 (Edited)
My comparison spreadsheet of my Hybrid choices

Easy choice of the Santa Fe unless KIA comes out with a better SX trim for their PHEV...


2021 Hybrid Features
Sorento EX
Santa Fe Ltd
Exterior
Fog lights​
x
No
Drive​
FWD​
AWD​
spare tire​
x
No
Surround View​
No​
x
remote parking​
No​
x
auto rear hatch​
NO​
x
Acoustic front side glass​
No​
x
rain sensing wipers​
No​
x
Wheels​
17”​
19”
LED lights​
x
x
Folding mirrors​
No​
x
Interior and Safety
heated rear seats​
No​
x
3 years of maint free​
No​
x
2nd row Captains Chairs​
x
No
3rd row seating​
x
No
Power driver seat​
10/2 way
8/4 way
Panoramic sunroof​
x
x
wireless charging​
x
x
spkr. Audio​
6
12/630 watt
sport pedals​
?​
?​
2nd row blinds​
No​
x
High beam assist​
x​
x
Leather​
No​
x
Power Pass seat​
No​
6 way
ventilated front seats​
No​
x
seat memory system​
No​
x
heated front seats​
x
x
Power release 2nd row seats​
?​
x
rear seat quiet mode​
No​
x
10.25” NAV​
No​
x
heated steering wheel​
No​
x
12.3” instrument panel​
No​
x
Homelink Mirror​
No​
x
LED interior lights​
x
x
Digital key​
No​
x
Remote Start​
No​
x
Remote Parking​
No​
x
Parking Distance frt and rear​
x
x
rear occupant alert​
No​
x
Highway assist​
x
x
Lane following assist​
x
x
Acoustic front side Windows NO x




Added the last item....
 

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And the price difference is ...?
 

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The 2021 SF thankfully announced to have the 2.5L as base and 2.5T available on higher trims, in past few days. Coming in December. Hybrid will be built in Korea (not AL) and arrives next spring. New high end Calligraphy trim with 2.5T and AWD standard. Plug in hybrid comes later next year as a 2022. The new engine availability will have me looking closely come December. 👍👍👍🥂.
 

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Did some calculations tonite using 2020 Santa Fe prices and price differences between Sonata, Sonata HEV and Sonata PHEV

My guesses for 2021 Santa Fe MSRP:

Ltd $39-$40,500

Ltd HEV $40-$41,500

Ltd PHEV $45-$46,500

Calligraphy $41-$43,500

Less than I expected from a month agp.
 

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Did some calculations tonite using 2020 Santa Fe prices and price differences between Sonata, Sonata HEV and Sonata PHEV

My guesses for 2021 Santa Fe MSRP:

Ltd $39-$40,500

Ltd HEV $40-$41,500

Ltd PHEV $45-$46,500

Calligraphy $41-$43,500

Less than I expected from a month agp.
Do you envision demand being high like the Palisade/Tellluride? There's a lot of markup for those vehicles
 

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Do you envision demand being high like the Palisade/Tellluride? There's a lot of markup for those vehicles
Yes, the Santa Fe and Sorento will be best sellers. Yes, SUVs and Trucks are the automakers big money makers....
 

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I don't predict that the demand will be as high as the Telluride/Palisade
 

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Your English doesn't make sense...

YTD sales
Sorento 60,000+
Telluride 46,000+

Santa Fe 70,000+
Pallisade 60,000+

Don't let the facts influence you.
You're comparing apples to oranges. The production of SFs/Sorento can easily be met and/or surpass the demand....whereas they currently can't keep up with the demand for the Telluride. No one is paying sticker or over sticker price for a SF/Sorento.
 

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My comparison spreadsheet of my Hybrid choices

Easy choice of the Santa Fe unless KIA comes out with a better SX trim for their PHEV...


2021 Hybrid Features
Sorento EX
Santa Fe Ltd
Exterior
Fog lights​
x
No
Drive​
FWD​
AWD​
spare tire​
x
No
Surround View​
No​
x
remote parking​
No​
x
auto rear hatch​
NO​
x
Acoustic front side glass​
No​
x
rain sensing wipers​
No​
x
Wheels​
17”​
19”
LED lights​
x
x
Folding mirrors​
No​
x
Interior and Safety
heated rear seats​
No​
x
3 years of maint free​
No​
x
2nd row Captains Chairs​
x
No
3rd row seating​
x
No
Power driver seat​
10/2 way
8/4 way
Panoramic sunroof​
x
x
wireless charging​
x
x
spkr. Audio​
6
12/630 watt
sport pedals​
?​
?​
2nd row blinds​
No​
x
High beam assist​
x​
x
Leather​
No​
x
Power Pass seat​
No​
6 way
ventilated front seats​
No​
x
seat memory system​
No​
x
heated front seats​
x
x
Power release 2nd row seats​
?​
x
rear seat quiet mode​
No​
x
10.25” NAV​
No​
x
heated steering wheel​
No​
x
12.3” instrument panel​
No​
x
Homelink Mirror​
No​
x
LED interior lights​
x
x
Digital key​
No​
x
Remote Start​
No​
x
Remote Parking​
No​
x
Parking Distance frt and rear​
x
x
rear occupant alert​
No​
x
Highway assist​
x
x
Lane following assist​
x
x
a
Wouldn't the Kia SX to the Hyundai Limited be a more equal comparison?
 
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