That‘s an overkill. It has a digitally enhanced analogy speedometer and digital speedometer, when turn lights are engaged. Do you really need one one speedometer projected on the windshield?No HUD in the USA Limited HEV......
HUD is a fantastic safety feature, whether or not you like it.That‘s an overkill. It has a digitally enhanced analogy speedometer and digital speedometer, when turn lights are engaged. Do you really need one one speedometer projected on the windshield?
Oh, reminder. Please check the dash color. The cream or white color dash reflect off the windshield and can cause visual disruption. This is also true if you put white paper on the dash.
HUD also displays blind spot alerts, radio station change, active cruise control, LKA activtion, nav turn by turn. Lots of things so that you don't have to look down at the dash.Cool to let buddies know my SF has HUD. I'm ok without it as it doesn't improve anything other than the cool factor. Some people say it keeps the eye level in front instead of looking down etc. That is fine for those who need to check speed limit often. I check cars around me, rarely my speed.
I do love my SF, but I would have to agree that contact with Hyundai corporate and the dealership has negatively impacted my view of the company. It is terrible, so much incompetence.....The wife and I cross shopped with:
2020/21 variants of Toyota Rav4, Mazda CX-5, Honda Ridgeline, Ford Edge, Hyundai Tucson. We settled on a ' 21 Santa Fe: Preferred, Trend (Likely close to a SEL + Convenience pack + Leather) for our American friends. I still wish we went with the Mazda for the build quality alone, we have had quite a few issues cosmetically with our santa fe, and while we have not had any mechanical issues yet "touch wood" the early ownership experience, and issues with corporate trying to get this resolved has clouded my view of the brand somewhat. YMMV.
We still love the extra space for compact money the santa fe provides, and the tech package is second to none, Brand service and corporate apathy towards us, when the dealer damaged our vehicle has been a huge negative, and leaves us wondering where we will sit once a "big ticket" warranty item comes into play.