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I didn't see a Santa Fe with 3rd row seating. That may be a different model. It might be the Veracruz.
The Santa Fe Sport is the only new 2013 out now that I could find......they have a 3rd row coming in the GLS and Limited models.......we have a Kia Borrego that has 3rd row but it is a gas guzzler......looking at the Santa Fe Limited possibly.....I want something that has the captains chairs for the back seat......
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Check out Nissan Rouge...I have had mine for two years and love it. Get the SV or SL model. The guys at Buckeye Nissan are great.
My friends have a Nissan rouge and its very nice but its about the same size as the Altima I used to have. The Altima can hold 5 adults, and many trips to the Home Depot. I even fit a 12' ladder in there. Same with the chevy equinox, is the same size as a malibu.
The Nissan pathfinder is very nice and has the third row. We've been looking at the Acadia, enclave, traverse, highlander, etc.
Yeah, it's the Santa Fe that's new for 2013. My wife has been following it for over 6 months and should be at the dealerships now. It's basically a stretched Santa Fe with a bigger engine and power lift gate. I think 19" wheels too.
I'm sure Kia's and Hyundai's are fine cars (for 6-8 years) but I work in auto finance an I promise you they worth jack shit once you drive them off the lot. So be aware that once you buy one, the resale value begins plummeting unlike Hondas, Nissans, and Toyotas
My wife has a 2004 hyundai tiburon that she bought brand new. It now has 125,000 miles and zero problems and only changed the oil every 5k to 10k a year. Value wise it is doing actually better then i though, probably because is a little red fake sports car.
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