Special editions can frequently offer something for nothing A but to our eyes the Santa Fe Limited doesn't quite cut it. It certainly looks different, but we think the subtle style of the standard car is far more appealing. In fact, the only real benefits of the Limited package are the rear parking sensors. That aside, the Santa Fe remains a great 4x4, with lots of space, kit and a fine diesel engine. And the CDX-trimmed manual version, rather than the auto tested here, is still an excellent family SUV. Judging from the increased influx of units of this vehicle, it is safe to say that; this car delivers great value for its cost. Adequate maintenance outlets are also an added advantage to the benefits of purchasing this unit.