After a few days of cloudy, snowy, ridiculous weather, I climbed behind the wheel of the 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe. The sun was out and I thought I’d crack the sunroof a bit. I pushed the button to move back the headliner, and it just, kept, moving, backwards. I was rewarded with a panoramic sunroof to end all panoramic sunroofs.
While I’m really a convertible gal, I do enjoy a good sunroof. The huge panoramic sunroof on the 2014 Hyundai Sana Fe lets in the light and air, making your drive more enjoyable. Hyundai includes it with the Limited Technology Package. The cool price of $4,850 gets you the sunroof, 19″ wheels, HID xenon headlights, LED tail lights, rear parking assist, heated steering wheel, driver’s integrated memory seat, ventilated front seats, heated second row seats, navigation with touchscreen, Infinity surround sound system, 115-volt power outlet, and the ever important premium door sill plates.
Frankly the only item in that package that I’d want is the sunroof, so $4,850 is too much for my priorities. Others might find it worth it when you throw in the heated second row seats and steering wheel, plus the navigation, but I find I can easily live without those things.
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Emme is a driver, reviewer, and rabble rouser. She is the principle driver and trophy winner for the Mega Monkey Motorsports™ 2 seat 1600 desert racer, powered by an air-cooled VW engine and has also been on the podium in a stock bug, a trophy bug, and an ultra-4. She is one of only 13 American women to have participated in the Rallye Aicha des Gazelles, a 9 day all female off road rally in Morocco with no GPS. You can check her out online on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and either one of her blogs.