2023 Hyundai Santa Cruz Launches With New Night Model For $37,105

The Hyundai Santa Cruz 2023 brings the unibody-based pickup to its second model year on the market. The brand is expanding its reach with a new Night package for trucks. Across the range, prices are up by as much as $1,780.

The Santa Cruz Night class has all the equipment from the SEL Activity trim level to all-wheel drive. Instead of a naturally aspirated 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, this model gets a turbocharged 2.5-liter powerplant and an eight-speed dual-clutch gearbox.

The Santa Cruz Night exterior features a dark chrome grille and lower fascia with dark accents. The mirror caps and door handles are glossy black. It rides on 20-inch wheels with a dark finish. Double side ladders offer an easier way into the truck.

The table below shows the Santa Cruz 2023 price and compares its cost to the 2022 model year:

Crop Rate Price Model Year 2023 (After Destination Cost $1,295) 2022 Model Year Pricing (After Destination Cost $1,185) Price changes
SE FWD 2.5 $26,745 $25,175 $1,570
SE AWD 2.5 $28,245 $26,675 $1,570
2.5 . FWD CELL $29.085 $28,375 $710
CELL AWD 2.5 $30.585 $29,875 $710
2.5 . FWD SEL Activity $32,355 $31,645 $710
2.5 . AWD CELL Activity $33.855 $33.145 $710
Night AWD 2.5 Turbo $37.105 N/A N/A
SEL Premium AWD 2.5 Turbo $38,645 $36,865 $1,780
Limited AWD 2.5 Turbo $41,615 $40,905 $710

The Hyundai Santa Cruz 2023 has the same powertrain as last year. The base engine is a 2.5-liter four-cylinder that produces 191 horsepower (142 kilowatts) and 181 pound-feet (245 pound-feet) of torque. Another option is the 2.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that produces 281 hp (210 kW) and 311 lb-ft (422 lb-ft).

Santa Cruz was only available for a few months in 2021, and there were 10,042 shipments that year. From January to July 2022, the company moved 21,004 trucks.

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