Comparison shopping can be tiresome, boring, and strenuous. When you're in the market for your next vehicle, you're already thinking about your budget, and what type of vehicle would be best for you. You're also thinking of the needs of your family. You're pitting fuel efficiency against power and available features. So when it comes to figuring out which new make and model vehicle is best for your needs, it's understandable if you're feeling a little bit overwhelmed.

Here at Great Lakes Hyundai, we're here to help, by showing you and other new crossover shoppers around Streetsboro how the new Hyundai Santa Fe Sport compares to one of it's main competitors: the Mazda CX-5.


The Mazda CX-5 offers buyers one engine choice: a 187-horsepower four-cylinder. In contrast, though the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport comes standard with a 185-horsepower four-cylinder engine, however, a turbocharged 240-horsepower engine is also available.

Standard and Available Safety Features

Both the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport and Mazda CX-5 offer safety-minded drivers plenty of standard and available safety features, from a rearview camera to lane change assist, blind spot detection, rear parking sensors, and more.

Infotainment and Connectivity

The Santa Fe Sport comes standard with a standard touchscreen infotainment system boasting Bluetooth connectivity, USB connectivity, and more. The CX-5 also offers a touchscreen infotainment system. However, unlike the Santa Fe Sport, the Mazda CX-5 offers neither Apple CarPlay® nor Android Auto™ smartphone integration.

Contact Us

We've only just begun to scratch the surface on the features and benefits of choosing the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport over the competition. If you have any questions about this capable Hyundai SUV, contact us! You're also welcome to visit our online finance center to start your Hyundai finance application or learn more about the process of applying for a car loan. Need help finding us? Find directions to our dealership here.