The Hyundai Santa Fe (01-05) 2.0 CRTD CDX 5d Auto is a 5 door, 4 cylinder 111 bhp producing a top speed of 99 mph and a 0-60 acceleration of 17 seconds. As a towing vehicle it delivers 192 lb/ft of torque.
The information below shows general information, towing weights and capacities and other information we feel that may of use for anyone planning to use the Hyundai Santa Fe (01-05) 2.0 CRTD CDX 5d Auto for towing a caravan. Please read the disclaimer at the bottom of the page when using the information provided on this page.
Basic Info for the Hyundai Santa Fe (01-05) 2.0 CRTD CDX 5d Auto
- Engine size: 1991 cc
- Gearbox: 4 Speed Automatic
- Economy: 30 mpg - without towing,
- Economy Towing: 15 mpg - 21 mpg* - based on 30% - 50% reduction of efficiency due to towing.
* The estimated towing efficiency is just indicative as it depends on the size of your outfit and many other factors.
Towing Weights for the Hyundai Santa Fe (01-05) 2.0 CRTD CDX 5d Auto
- Kerb weight: 1818 kg's
- Un-braked Manufacturers towing capacity: 750 kg's
- Braked Manufacturers towing capacity: 1870 kg's
- 75% of Kerb weight: 1363.5 kgs
- 85% of Kerb weight: 1545.3 kgs
- 95% of Kerb weight: 1727.1 kgs
see notes below
Vehicle dimensions for the Hyundai Santa Fe (01-05) 2.0 CRTD CDX 5d Auto
- Height: 1.73 metres
- Length 4.5 metres (excluding tow bar and caravan)
- Width: 1.82 metres
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Buying a Hyundai Santa Fe (01-05) 2.0 CRTD CDX 5d Auto
If you are considering buying a Hyundai Santa Fe (01-05) 2.0 CRTD CDX 5d Autoprivately. It is wise to pay for a HPI check or a status check on the vehicle to cover you if the vehicle is stolen, cloned or an insurance write off.
Breakdown cover for your Hyundai Santa Fe (01-05) 2.0 CRTD CDX 5d Auto and Caravan
You might want to ensure that your breakdown cover includes your caravan should you breakdown. It can be expensive to recover your Hyundai Santa Fe (01-05) 2.0 CRTD CDX 5d Auto and caravan should you have a mechanical fault on either. Get a quote for breakdown cover that includes your caravan as standard.
Insuring your Hyundai Santa Fe (01-05) 2.0 CRTD CDX 5d Auto
Maintenance, Accessories and spares for your Hyundai Santa Fe (01-05) 2.0 CRTD CDX 5d Auto
For most modern Hyundai's the bigger maintenance jobs are best left to the experts. However, there are some jobs that can be completed by a competent car DIYer. A good quality Hyundai car maintenance manual is a very good investment as it shows you step by step how to do many jobs on your car.
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The information on this page has been put together based on our understanding of the information available. Always check your manuals or ask an expert - Do not rely on this information for any decisions its intended as just a guide.
Towing weights - It is probably illegal to tow a trailer or caravan over 1818 kg with this vehicle as this is widely considered to be dangerous and if you are caught you may face prosecution. You may also invalidate any warranties on your car and your insurance if you tow over the manufacturers towing capacities mentioned in your handbook. It is generally considered that the towing vehicle should be much heavier than the towed vehicle which is why 75%, 85% and 95% figures are shown.
The photographs of the vehicle (if shown) are indicative only. They may not be the specific model detailed.