Above all, the Tucson is great value for the money.
We wanted an SUV with strong safety features (airbags, ABS, etc.) and a V6, but we also wanted a vehicle that we could still park on crowded Chicago streets. The Tucson was the best combination of features, size, and price.
The only trade-off is that the interior finish in the Tucson isn't as upscale as, for example, the Toyota RAV4. The Tucson looks spartan in comparison but is solidly built and well-assembled. We've noticed no rattles or loose knobs.
We haven't noticed a significant difference in handling or road noise between the Tucson, the RAV4, or the CRV.
good for the price
2006 Hyundai Tucsonrebecca g - cooper city, FL05/13/2015
good price for the low miles it had, although I have not had this car for more then 4 months and iv already had to get new brake pads, new tires, new windshield wiper and new front head light bulb.
Good car but has limitations
2010 Hyundai TucsonHillary - Miami, FL10/22/2014
I have mixed emotions about this car. Part of the problem is, despite the camera for backing up,the view is still limited out the back and back sides. If you pile up mulch, furniture, etc in the back, the back window is virtually impossible to see out of. On the plus side, the car handles well, seems to be reliable and is fun to be in. But Hyundai needs to redesign the back door and very back windows completely. Test drive a few other similar SUVS before deciding on this one.
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