The Santa Fe forms the foundation of Hyundai’s crossover lineup. With sales reaching 127,373 just in the U.S, it is labelled as the brand’s No. 3 top seller after the Elantra compact car and the Tucson compact crossover. The midsize crossover segment dominated by the Subaru Outback, Ford Edge and Honda Pilot, is also becoming nothing less than a battlefield, with new entries from Chevrolet (Blazer) and Honda (Passport), as well as Toyota’s plans to revive the Venza.The latest Santa Fe is equipped with a wider grille, T-shaped daytime running lights, a rear horizontal bar that connects the taillights, and wider wheel arches that accommodate 20-inch wheels. On the inside, the Korean automaker is aiming to provide a more high-end experience.