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|13th October 2010, 15:09||#181|
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I have used the 2010 santa Fe and Fortuner extensively in dubai (both petrol versions) and felt Santa Fe was much better in terms of ride quality,refinement and interiors.
Only place I felt Fortuner has fared better was in its offroad ability .
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On road softroaders make more sense than body on frame SUVs like Fortuner. If you are going to use it only on road makes sense to spring for a softroader like santafe or crv. However, with a Fortuner you have the option to go dune bashing which you should avoid in a softroader.
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