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Hyundai Santa Fe Engine Speed

Santa Fe SUV

Exterior Modification Revolutions

2006 - 2012

2.2 CRDi Premium 3800 rpm
2.2 CRDi Style 3800 rpm
2.2 CRTD CDX+ 4000 rpm
2.2 CRTD CDX 4000 rpm
2.2 CRTD GSI 4000 rpm
2.2 CRTD Limited 4000 rpm
2.7 V6 CDX+ 6000 rpm
2.7 V6 CDX 6000 rpm

2001 - 2005

2.2 CRDi Premium 3800 rpm
2.2 CRDi Style 3800 rpm
2.2 CRTD CDX+ 4000 rpm
2.2 CRTD CDX 4000 rpm
2.2 CRTD GSI 4000 rpm
2.2 CRTD Limited 4000 rpm
2.7 V6 CDX+ 6000 rpm
2.7 V6 CDX 6000 rpm

The RPM point is important in using 2.2 CRDi Style on roads. It’s about fuel economy for Santa Fe and acceleration. You still can rotate the Hyundai’s engine of 2.2 CRTD Limited faster but with less output. The figure is especially useful for Santa Fegearbox control. The temper of Hyundai Santa Fe is predicted by rotations at optimal level of 4000 rpm.

  • Note that driving 2.2 CRTD CDX+ under recommended RPM can cause high fuel use.

  • The number of 6000 rpm can show that Hyundai’s engine in your car is quite powerful.

  • But going over recommended RPM Santa Fe engine shows less response.

  • The output is high in Santa Fe at every level including top RPM.

  • The optimum torque and power at 3800 rpm in Hyundai shows quick acceleration.

  • The Hyundai’s engine in your car shows great flexible temper with 4000 rpm.

  • It gives you freedom driving the Santa Fe and choosing gears.

  • So, in 2.2 CRDi Style you should change gears faster.

  • You may save fuel in 2.7 V6 CDX+ driving under recommended level or speed up if you want.

The optimal rotation at 4000 rpm provides its own pluses and minuses. Use Hyundai’s advice in driving 2.2 CRDi Style and make the best out of your vehicle. Hyundai insisted on such character of Santa Fe engine temper.

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