2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport 2.4 from North America


Nice car, poor accessories availability


Don't buy a Hyundai Santa Fe if you plan on carrying anything on the roof, such as a surf board or luggage, or any other large item, as there are no roof cross rails available from Hyundai. It has been over 6 months since the Santa Fe was released, and yet no answer on the cross rails. The Santa Fe brochure shows a picture of a Santa Fe with the cross rails installed and carrying a surf board, but none are available, and there's no reason why.

General Comments:

I like my Santa Fe, and if I could get the roof rails that I already paid for, I would give it a high rating, but as it is, it is useless to me, as it does not do what I bought it for, which is to transport my toys (surf boards, bicycles etc) to where I need to go. If I had known that the rails would not be available, I would not have bought this car.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know

Review Date: 21st February, 2013

18th Mar 2013, 01:40

If roof rails were such an important feature to have, should this have been confirmed before the purchase of the vehicle?

18th Mar 2014, 19:23

Kia design is based on their new Audi executive.

21st Sep 2018, 01:56

It was confirmed by the dealer who was angry that I didn’t get any options; then when my car came he said sorry only turbo models have roof rails; will never buy Hyundai again.

21st Sep 2018, 17:19

Don't know a lot about a Santa Fe. But I assume you can go get the cross rails from another Santa Fe. They made that model from 2013-2017. Maybe at a savage yard or over eBay. What I remember from many of these car manufacturers is it has something to do with sunroofs on those SUVs. Not sure why this would be a problem with those panoramic sunroofs for regular sunroofs. And the Internet is filled with stories about owners moving around parts from one vehicle to another vehicle to suit your needs.