Cardiomyocyte contractility, viability, and electrical activity measured in real-time. New rear taillights include all-red taillight covers with extensive chrome outlay, and new 5 split-spoke alloy wheels have replaced the previous 5- and 6-spoke wheels. The 2.7 L V6 took over duties as the base engine. A passenger airbag cutoff that prevents the airbag from deploying if the seat is unoccupied (or occupied by a small person) was also added. A 3-point seatbelt was added to the center rear seating position, as well.
Gauges have been designed with a new lettering and numbering ‘font’ and backlight design. A new touch-screen navigation system with rear back-up camera was now available. Opening the dryer door in mid-cycle can trigger a heat spike that blows the fuse interrupting power to the dryer’s motor circuit. The rear seat head restraints caused visibility problems in the previous model due to their size. The calendar function, housed in the overhead console was removed and a compass took its place. 2006 The last year of this Santa Fe saw few changes.
User friendly software allows for real-time control and monitoring of the instrument, and includes real-time data display and analysis functions. If you are like me, you’ve got a plethora of USB devices connected to your computer at any given time. The SUV was so popular that at times, Hyundai had trouble supplying the demand. Two colors were discontinued for 2006, Merlot and Canyon Red. A rare color, Dark Emerald Green, was introduced mid-year. It did not appear in any sales brochures and could have only been ordered by a dealership. The bigger engine came with a computer-controlled four-wheel drive system. Good OT when needed, Plenty of training opptys, reward ceremonies and onsite gym and cafeteria.Typical day at work logging into systems, checking email, taking phone calls, off the phone training or meeting sometimes etc.