If you've been following our blog lately, you know that the Hyundai Santa Fe has undergone some significant changes in recent memory. Whereas it was once known as the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport, Hyundai has shifted some of its nameplates for the current model year and made some significant changes to the five-passenger SUV we now know as the Hyundai Santa Fe. However, while we've already covered a lot of the significant updates and trim options the Hyundai Santa Fe offers, the savviest of Hyundai fans will likely be interested in what package options this refreshed SUV has in store. And while it may not have as many options as some of its siblings, there's still some key points that set the Hyundai Santa Fe apart from its rivals, and we'd love to show you how they can benefit you here at Rick Case Hyundai Plantation.

Now, it stands to be stated that the Hyundai Santa Fe doesn't have any package options in the traditional sense, but that's perhaps due to the fact that its array of standard features and available trims is so well-balanced.

Even at its base Hyundai Santa Fe SE trim level, you get convenient tech like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as one of the most generous lists of standard Hyundai SmartSense safety features around. In particular, many of the families we've served here at Rick Case Hyundai Plantation have loved the addition of Safe Exit Assist, which can actually stop passengers from accidentally opening their doors into traffic.

But even if its standard features aren't enough to satisfy you, the Hyundai Santa Fe also has plenty more in store when you look to higher trim levels. From sliding rear seats on the Hyundai Santa Fe SEL Plus trim to the panoramic moonroof and leather upholstery of the Hyundai Santa Fe Limited trim, this compact SUV offers a lot of value for folks who're looking to get comfortable on longer trips.

However, while its trims are certainly generous with features, there's one thing you'll need to add one key package if you're truly looking to unlock the full capability of the new Hyundai Santa Fe: The Trailering Package. Available with the optional 2.0-liter turbocharged engine on the Hyundai Santa Fe Limited and Hyundai Santa Fe Ultimate trims, this package allows the vehicle to tow up to 3,500 pounds.

Now sure, 3,500 pounds isn't much compared to most pickup trucks, but for small families who love day trips and family vacations to explore the great outdoors, it's more than enough. With a 3,500-pound towing capacity, your Hyundai Santa Fe can handle most small boats, kayak trailers, or and even some small clamshell campers, so it's great for a visit to a state or national park near you. Plus, with its generously proportioned cargo area, you can bring along any tents, coolers, and camping gear you might need for an extended stay.

As we mentioned before, the Hyundai Santa Fe may not have many package options, but that doesn't stop it from being one of the most well-rounded five-passenger SUVs on the market today. So, if you'd like to see how you can outfit the Hyundai Santa Fe to best serve your needs, swing by our showroom at Rick Case Hyundai Plantation, and let us show you why the Hyundai Santa Fe is one of our most beloved models.

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