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  1. Will the Santa Cruz get a diesel engine?

    Engines and Technical Discussion
    Hyundai America Product boss Mike O'Brien says that the Santa Cruz is a definite potential candidate for a diesel engine when it hits production. And that is just one part of a larger push by Hyundai to bring diesel engines to America. With CAFE requirements mandating high fuel efficiency...
  2. Lets Talk About Santa Cruz Sales

    Hyundai Santa Cruz General Discussion
    Tim Cain asks, Can the SC sell 50,000 units a year? HMMM. Hyundai averaged 46,000 Tucsons per year over the last 4. Do you think the SC will outsell the Tucson. I do not. Honda sold more then 50,000 Ridgelines once, 50,193... Can Hyundai USA Sell 50,000 Copies Of The Santa Cruz Per Year? -...
  3. What You've Owned Before and Why You're Interest in the Santa Cruz

    Hyundai Santa Cruz General Discussion
    This should be interesting: What have you previously and currently owned, and why are you interested in the Santa Cruz? Previously owned: 1993 Mazda Protege 2006 VW Jetta diesel Currently owned: 2004 GMC Canyon 4WD 2008 Honda Accord coupe V6 manual The Protege was my first car which I had...
  4. Waiting for Confirmation

    Hyundai Santa Cruz News
    Hyundai is pushing to build more trucks as it admits that it isn't as well set up to deal with the industrys truck and crossover driven sales surge. That the Santa Cruz generated favourable buzz post Detroit is no secret and Hyundai Motor America has been pressuring Korean HQ to accelerate...
  5. How might the SantaCruz rate?

    2018+ Hyundai Santa Cruz Reviews
    If/when this comes to market, odds are it will share a lot with current Hyundai models, specifically those that share a platform with it and looking at the reviews and using that as a basis for the SantaCruz, its not looking good. Compared to the wider truck market if this keeps up Hyundai might...