The Hyundai Santa Fe looks the part of a premium, full sized SUV and comes loaded with most of the features you would expect in a car in this segment. However, it does miss out on a sunroof and the touch screen setup is also pretty small in comparison to some other rivals in this segment. When it comes to design, performance and engine quality, the Santa Fe does well and even in case of interiors and legroom, it is one of the most spacious and comfortable SUVs around. However, the Santa Fe still feels a little under-equipped in terms of its overall value proposition as compared to segment leaders like the Toyota Fortuner or even the Ford Endeavour. When you think of the steep price tag, the Santa Fe will naturally lose out to its rivals and even some cars in the luxury space like the Audi Q5 which fall in this price category. This is one aspect where the Santa Fe can lose out even though it is actually a good car to own and use overall.