This entry was posted by czb1972 on May 11, 2014 at 8:57 pm
The Hyundai Tucson breaks from the boxy, small SUV design. Fuel economy and handling are good, but there are some practical sacrifices for style. Learn more …
Why did they have to name it after one of the crappiest cities in America?
It just shows you how disconnected Hyundai is from their American buyers. I
would never buy a car from a company who is known for for their products
being plagued with electrical and mechanical problems and who has never had
an original idea in their history other than a 100,000 mile 10 year
warranty. Which you will use many times if you buy one. I don’t have enough
free time for the games Hyundai plays.
I like the older style better!!
I’m so tired of these ridiculous beltlines on most cars now days. They go
from high in front to almost making the windows disappear in the back. Then
thick C-pillars with a vestigial opera-esque window straight out of the
70’s are coming back. Pillars all around are super-thick. Even my 3-series
is extremely hard to back up- huge blindpspots. My 98 Accord and,
especially, my 95 Cherokee have absolutely fantastic visibility. You forget
what you’re missing until you drive cars like those.
Great review! Instead of 0-60 times and other numbers which people who buy
this kind of cars don’t really care about, she did a very thorough
practicality and ergonomics review.
No, a very effeminate or metrosexual man would also notice it. Their
attention to detail is impeccable. By that, you’d know your woman is messed
up if she’s a lousy, messy trout that isn’t keen on detail.
i hate when reviewers tell the problems with cars but dont tell you that
with optional packages those can be fixed like in the winter the seats are
rather cold, well then thats y they offer heated seats. or there is little
visibility in the rear, then get the back up camera
I heard the horn is weird on this car? Whats it sound like?
@banstaman I LOL’D
@OneOfaKind949 well that also was years ago, times have changed, and if i
am not mistaking, isnt the excel the lowest of low of a vehicle hyundai
oh my … my dirty pant leg… forget this car. .. better buy the Kia…
but oh no… the Kia has a similar design but good news… it will only
dirty your sock as you lift your leg wit the Kia Sportage your pant leg
rides up protecting it from dirt LOL… looks like Kia and Hyundai are on
the rise. some Kia lots look empty.
I bought the GLS AWD model including tax/lic/reg out the door for $25k.
This came with alloy wheels and some options.Try to find a sub $23k SUVs
and I gurantee only place you can get one is at a used lot.
She’s a Very Good Reviewer,Seriously .
@naekerb so their priced the same and one has little bit better fuel
economy but the other has way better styling, hmmm its ur decision
Looks like a redesigned Nissan Rogue
Love how reviewers complain about outward visibility. Yet if you made it
look like a fish bowl, they would complain about the styling. Also, there
would be no place for airbags, creating more complaints. Be realistic in
your reviews. However I do think i’d appreciate the road noise if she were
a passenger. 🙂
It’s an interesting direction, although it looks a bit as if they designed
a hatchback, then changed their mind and made it bigger by adding metal
between the wheels and the belt line.
@mynameishanjoo Of course they would notice it, I mean they’re the ones who
do the cleaning.
You should watch the road when you drive!
I liked her review
Why everytime you write something it needs to reviewed
how many liters per kilometer does it consumes?
@Imachowderhead yeah it does, i had a 4cyl 2.0 FWD 2009 tucson, after 3
years of lease, we owed 20000$ to check out and own the car. now the tucson
was only worth 13000$-14000$. squeaking shocks, whistling noise on highway.
And 17mpg…this car was under powered. finally got rid of it and got a
real truck that guzzles gas for a reason.
@mynameishanjoo Yeah and only women will make car accidents at Walmart
parking lot. lol.
I actually like bumps and road noise gives for a good feeling of speed.
Sort of funner. Hate going 70 and feel like your going 50.
@Mugre300 I’m not sure in the metric system. However, this Tuscon is 23
city / 31 MPG for FWD. 22/29 for AWD. I would say km per gallon around 60
kg/ 3.875L overall highway.
shes sucha bitch complaining bout a 20 grand car.. wtf its a 20 GRAND CAR
this is a revolting looking suv
I have it is is great greaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat
which is better this new ix tucson or the old one??? i don’t like a lot
this new model
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