2022 Hyundai Santa Cruz

What's New For the 2022 Hyundai Santa Cruz?

The Santa Cruz is an exciting new release from Hyundai. It's a cross between a pickup truck and an SUV, which Hyundai calls a "Sport Adventure Vehicle." Built for the outdoors, the Santa Cruz features a rugged and athletic build with high wheel arches and a nimble, compact frame that allows it to conquer the trails while still hauling all your gear and supplies around. The Santa Cruz has a composite bed in the back and a comfortable cabin that seats five. Inside you'll find a wealth of technology, starting with the base trim level. Advanced features, including a 10.25-inch digital display, leather materials, and advanced safety technology, add to the appeal of the higher-end trim levels.

2022 Santa Cruz Trims & Features

The 2022 Santa Cruz is produced in four distinct trims. The base trim, the SE, is equipped with a four-cylinder engine and a smooth-shifting transmission. It has a molded composite bed in the back with a total length of 4.3 feet. The SE has a standard eight-inch touchscreen interface with a color background display. Wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are standard. A larger 10.25-inch touchscreen is available with the second trim called the SEL.

The SEL also adds Hyundai's Bluelink services that allow you to unlock and lock the doors from a distance, start the engine, activate the alarm system, and more. Heated mirrors and integrated turn signals are included, and the driver's seat gains eight-way mobility. Heated front seats are standard. The SEL Premium trim has a premium interior with a leather steering wheel and leather-encased gear shifter. Heated leather seats are added to the top Limited trim, which also has dark chrome trim accents and available 20-inch wheels.

2022 Hyundai Santa Cruz Interior

What's Under the Hood of the Hyundai Santa Cruz?

The base engine on the 2022 Hyundai Santa Cruz is a 2.5L with four cylinders. This engine achieves a power output of 190 HP, while the second engine has an increased power output of 275 and 310 LB-FT in torque. A dual-clutch transmission is standard with both engines, and you can get either front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. The Santa Cruz tows 3,500 pounds.

Hyundai Santa Cruz Safety Features

All trims of the Santa Cruz have standard airbags and seat belts. Blind-spot monitoring comes with the SEL, and the Limited has an advanced comprehensive blind-spot monitoring system. LED lights are added to the SEL Premium, along with an auto-dimming rearview mirror.

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