Hyundai will offer four versions of its new Santa Cruz pickup when the model goes on sale this summer.
While we don’t know what the new Santa Cruz will cost, Hyundai has shared that it will be available in SE, SEL, SEL Premium, and Limited trim levels. SE and SEL versions will use a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine rated at 190 horsepower, while the SEL Premium and Limited swap in a 275-hp turbocharged 4-cylinder. Front-wheel drive is standard across the line, while all models will offer optional all-wheel drive.
Hyundai hasn’t spilled too many details yet about how the trim levels will differ from one another, though we do know a few details:
- The SEL will add to the SE blind-spot monitoring, a proximity key fob, a power-adjustable driver’s seat with heating, and the automaker’s Bluelink connectivity system. A 10.3-inch digital instrument cluster will be optional.
- The SEL Premium adds the turbo engine plus dual-zone automatic climate control, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and LED headlights.
- The Limited will come loaded up with a larger touchscreen in the dash with navigation, Bose audio, heated and cooled front seats, a heated steering wheel, and unique dark chrome exterior trim. Big 20-inch alloy wheels will be optional for this version.
The Santa Cruz is Hyundai’s first pickup. It features a small 4.3-foot composite bed and has the ability to tow 3,500 pounds with the standard engine and 5,000 pounds with the turbo. Find a Hyundai for sale