2011 Hyundai Tucson
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- None so far
Purchased As Used
I purchased this vehicle used after searching for a cross over for about 6 months. It had all the bells and whistles I was looking for. I noticed a couple of blind spots while on the test drive. However I fixed those with a couple of convex mirrors I purchased for $2.00 at the dollar store. Gas mileage is fine as long as I don't treat it like a sports car. I get on the average 28MPG combined city and HWY. I love the heated seats as I have a bad back and a recent 2400 mile trip was very comfortable....read morehide
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- Great value for the money.
- Gas Mileage (TBD)
Purchased As New
My wife and I have test drove the Rav4, CRV, Equinox, Forester and the Tucson. We felt that the way each SUV drove during the test drive was very similar and it came down to value. Tucson's top Trim offered just about everything we could have asked for and it came at a price tag much lower than the competitors. With that said, even at the low price, not once did we deel that we were driving a value vehicle. It's one of those cars that makes you feel good everytime you step in the vehicle.
The Exterior design was very attractive, interior was modern and practical, and above all the quality felt top notch. I've driven BMWs and Lexus in the past and although the Tucson may not deliver a top notch luxry feel compared to those cars, it was not too far behind. The leather/leatherett does a good enough job to imitate real leather, the seats are extremely comfortable, the cabin is quiet (the Equinox was probably the quietest) and the Premium package provided all the bells and whistle we can ask for. Autodimming rearview mirrors, Rearview camera, Bluetooth, Sunroof, Homelink device which allows you to program it to control your garage doors, and a lot more features than I have room to type.
With that said, the car is not without any faults. The major drawback is the gas mileage, and even this drawback is still up in the air. My first tank of gas averaged about 22 MPG, 22.7 MPG for the second tank and my most recent tank of gas produced around 23 MPG. I only have about 1,000 milles on the car so the review may be a bit incomplete but so far it has been slightly disappointing. I expected at least 25 - 26 MPG combined but it still might be possible over time. Other minor drawbacks are that it is fairly easy to get your pants sleeve dirty due to the way the entry doorway is designed, no trunk release on the key or the car interior (this is actually quite annoying since the rear of the car gets dirty), even with the cargo net you will have a hard time keeping your luggage in place while driving.
After hours of research and test driving other vehicles, my wife and I truly believe that we made the best decision to purchase the Tucson over the other available Compact SUVs on the market today. This car may not be for everyone, but if you are in the market for a crossover/compact SUV, you should at least give this vehicle a look....read morehide
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