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Although the midsize SUV market is one of the most competitive vehicle segments out there, we at Hyundai City firmly contend that one model in particular surpasses the rest when it comes to safety, performance, and accommodations - the 2020 Hyundai Santa Fe! To prove our case, we're comparing this stellar set of wheels to the 2020 Chevrolet Blazer, so you can see for yourself just how outstanding this Hyundai truly is.

Power & Economy

You need both robust strength and dependable efficiency to tackle the challenges of each and every day, so let's determine which of these SUVs has more to offer in the way of mechanical prowess. Although the Chevy Blazer is equipped with a standard 2.5L 4-cylinder engine, it only supplies a standard 1,500-lb. towing capacity1, whereas the 2020 Santa Fe and its standard 2.4L 4-cylinder powertrain provide a 2,000-lb. towing capacity2 to start out. However, in spite of its superior brawn, the Hyundai SUV also achieves 22/29 MPG city/hwy3 with FWD, which will get you further than the Blazer's 21/27 MPG city/hwy4 when similarly equipped. As a result, you can expect a more enjoyable time out on Route 130 if you take home the Santa Fe.

Cabin Amenities

Whether you place a premium on technology features or comfort, you stand to gain so much more in the 2020 Hyundai Santa Fe than the 2020 Chevrolet Blazer. You'll notice an immediate difference between these two models the moment you step inside, as the Santa Fe supplies a welcoming 44.1 inches of front-row legroom to the Blazer's rather confining 41.0 inches for this area. As if that weren't enough, the Chevy also fails to match the Santa Fe when it comes to upgrades. Whereas the model from Hyundai offers available 8-way power chairs for both the driver and front passenger, its rival can only be improved with a 6-way power seat for the copilot. To make matters worse, this SUV from Chevrolet also fails when we examine technology, as its top sound system only offers eight speakers in comparison to the available 12-speaker setup in the Santa Fe.


To really seal the deal, the Hyundai Santa Fe goes above and beyond in the safety department. Right off the bat, you'll enjoy the proactive help provided by standard Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian Detection5 and Lane Keeping Assist6. While the former is capable of autonomous braking under certain conditions, the latter helps you remain firmly centered between the markings on the highway. To find comparable systems in the Chevrolet Blazer, you'll need to spend extra funds on upgrades. However, one feature you won't find anywhere on the Blazer is Driver Attention Warning7. Yet another standard advancement on the Santa Fe, this feature watches for signs of inattention or fatigue and reminds you to either refocus or take a break.

At Hyundai City, we think it's clear that between the 2020 Hyundai Santa Fe vs 2020 Chevrolet Blazer in Burlington, NJ, the Santa Fe is the superior choice. We'll let you make the final decision when you visit us at 4393 Route 130 S in Burlington, NJ, for a test drive!


1. Before you buy a vehicle or use it for trailering, carefully review the Trailering section of the Owner's Manual. The weight of passengers, cargo and options or accessories may reduce the amount you can tow.

2. When properly equipped. See dealer for details.

3. EPA estimates for comparison. Your actual mileage will vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits, and vehicle's condition.

4. EPA-estimated for FWD and 2.5L engine.

5. The Forward Collision Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian Detection is intended to be a supplement to safe driving practices. The system is not designed to detect certain stationary objects such as trees or poles, and may not detect all vehicles or pedestrians under certain conditions. The system is a driver assistance system and is not a substitute for safe driving. The driver is responsible for being attentive and maintaining control of the vehicle, and should not wait for the system's alerts before braking as there may not be sufficient time to brake safely. Refer to your Owner's Manual for more information.

6. The Lane Departure Warning System with Lane Keep Assist operates above approximately 44 mph and only when the lane markings are clearly visible on the road. It will not prevent loss of control. Refer to your owner's manual for more information.

7. It is the driver's responsibility to remain alert at all times. Driver Attention Warning is only a warning to inform the driver of a potential lack of driver attention or drowsiness. It does not detect and provide an alert in every situation.


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