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Hyundai Santa Fe Sport vs. Kia Sorento Reliability by Model Generation

Results are for year ending June 30, 2018. Only successfully completed repairs are currently included in the analysis. Routine maintenance, most wear items, recalls, and problems fixed with just a reflash or warning light reset are not included.
Year and Model % of Average Repair Frequency  
2017 - 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Reliability by Generation2017 - 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport
32.8571428571% Best 95% Worst
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2016 - 2018 Kia Sorento Reliability by Generation2016 - 2018 Kia Sorento
36.2857142857% Best 101% Worst
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2013 - 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Reliability by Generation2013 - 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport
36.8571428571% Best 102% Worst
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2011 - 2013 Kia Sorento Reliability by Generation2011 - 2013 Kia Sorento
31.1428571429% Best 92% Worst
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What Our Members Are Saying about the Reliability And Durability of the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport

Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Reliability And Durability: Pros
YearBody/PowertrainComment
2017 4dr SUV turbocharged 240hp 2.0L I4
6-speed shiftable automatic AWD
My previous vehicle (2005 Chevy Equinox AWD LT V6) was not very reliable. Over $10k in major repair costs over 12 years. Not talking about things like tires and brakes either. Head gasket repairs, carrier bearing, drive shaft, fuel pump, etc. I wanted a vehicle with a good reliability rating. The Ford Edge had listed some "major" concerns for me (the 2015 had water leaking issues, the 2016 had sunroof issues along with body rattles/creaks due to poor welding). The Hyundai SFS appears to have few major issues like that. full 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport review
 

What Our Members Are Saying about the Reliability And Durability of the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport

Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Reliability And Durability: Pros
YearBody/PowertrainComment
2017 4dr SUV turbocharged 240hp 2.0L I4
6-speed shiftable automatic AWD
My previous vehicle (2005 Chevy Equinox AWD LT V6) was not very reliable. Over $10k in major repair costs over 12 years. Not talking about things like tires and brakes either. Head gasket repairs, carrier bearing, drive shaft, fuel pump, etc. I wanted a vehicle with a good reliability rating. The Ford Edge had listed some "major" concerns for me (the 2015 had water leaking issues, the 2016 had sunroof issues along with body rattles/creaks due to poor welding). The Hyundai SFS appears to have few major issues like that. full 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport review
 
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