2007 Hyundai TucsonGary - Galveston County, TX05/04/2011
I loved my 2001 Escape but my mechanic said I was about to have to spend major buck on it so I decided to look for another car. I used Consumer Reports as my only resource. They said that the Tucson didn't have many have mechanical problems and the Escape did so I went with Tucson. I downsized from a 6 to a 4 cylinder and so far I traded 1 more mpg for less get up and go. The Tucson is smaller so I gave up space. The only thing left is hopefully, few visits to the mechanic. I'll keep the Tucson but I long for my Escape.
I finally had to trade in my car of nine years, and was so impressed with it that I wanted to stay with the Hyundai family. The Tuscon is less expensive than the Santa Fe, but you get the same bang for your buck. It's incredibly roomy inside, the gas mileage is excellent (25 mpg), and it is very comfortable to drive. Two weeks after buying it, our family drove it from Atlanta,Georgia to Washington, D.C. We had a comfortable trip, never felt cramped---and get this---we made the round trip on three tanks of gas!
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