Hyundai Santa Fe Ultimate 4WD Information

Fuel Efficiency · MPG

Fuel Efficiency

Government regulators estimate the fuel cost of the 2014 Santa Fe Ultimate 4WD to be $2,050 per year. This estimate is based on 15,000 miles driven, 55% city driving and 45% highway driving, and regular gasoline.

Compared to other vehicles, you spend $3,000 more over 5 years compared to an average vehicle.

The Santa Fe Ultimate 4WD consumes about 17 barrels of petroleum per year, according to the standard estimate of 15,000 miles driven. Most of the world's petroleum comes from countries like Russia, Saudi Arabia, the U.S., and Iraq.

The Santa Fe Ultimate 4WD emits 478 grams of CO2 per mile, or roughly 7,170,000 grams per year. To put this into perspective, a normal tree absorbs about 21,000 grams of CO2 per year, so about 341 trees would offset these emissions. The Santa Fe Ultimate 4WD does not have start-stop technology.

Vehicle Model Combined MPG Highway MPG City MPG
2014 Hyundai Santa Fe Ultimate 4WD 19 22 17

MPG breakdown by model options

The Hyundai Santa Fe Ultimate 4WD has 1 different model options on record with the EPA since 2014. For the most accurate MPG estimates, find your exact model below.

Vehicle Model Combined MPG Highway MPG City MPG
2014 Automatic 6-spd, 6-cyl, 3.3 L 19 22 17