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2013 Hyundai Santa Fe seven-seat Super Bowl commercial

We already knew that Hyundai had several ads planned for the Super Bowl on Sunday, but we did not have many details on the final one, that is until now. The 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe seven-seat is the final Super Bowl commercial and we also have details on pricing as well, which is just the icing on the cake after watching the video below.

As you would imagine Hyundai has been releasing these ads slowly as a way to drip-feed us until the build-up to the big game, which is today — the build-up I’m talking about. The commercial is called Called Epic PlayDate and features a family in the 2013 seven-seat Hyundai Santa Fe along with alternative rock band The Flaming Lips.

Because the family is so large they need a seven-seat vehicle and as you would imagine they all have different personalities, which is why we see them in various situations throughout the ad. There’s not much to this commercial and it’s not going to win any awards for its creativity, but what about the vehicle itself?

There are four versions of this larger Santa Fe with prices starting at $28,350 for the FWD GLS, the AWD version will cost an extra $1,750. Then there is the 2WD Limited Edition, which costs $33,100 and the four-wheel drive version will set you back $34,850. You’ll find more details by visiting Autoblog.

Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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