National Geographic : 2007 Apr
Thirvty-five years ago, the government mandated that al cars must have seat belts, So do we need to wait for the government to tell us that all cars need Electronic Stabi ity Contro ? When something's this important, why wait for a mandate? The truth is, Electronic Stability Control (ESC) helps save lives. That's why, this year, we'll build over 400,000 of our vehicles with ESC-standard-including the new Santa Fe, staring at $21,315 Also available incredibly well equipped for $24,515** Now, that's good thinking. Learn more at HyundaiUSA.com. The 2007 HyundaiSanta Fe. Awarded the Five-StarCrashRating by NHTSA Government star ratings are part of the National Highway TrafficSafety Administration's (NHTSA's)New CarAssessment Program (www.safercar.gov), Model tested with standard side-impact airbags (SABs).Safety belts should always be worn. Limitedmodel shown, $26,815. *MSRP forbase model withmanual transmission, "MSRP for SE model. MSRPs include freight;exclude taxes, title,license, and options. Dealer price may vary. Hyundai and Hyundai model names are registered trademarks of Hyundai Motor America. Allrights reserved. @2007 Hyundai Motor America.