High quality- paint is gorgeous, no orange peel. Superb gas mileage. Crisp handling. Great heated seats, good lumbar support. Gas mileage exceeds EPA, cruising at 65-75 I get 32-34 MPG! It has a 3.29 final drive for good acceleration. What's not to like?
The car has a nice interior design, drives well and seems to be reliable. But 2 major things are the reason I hope to trade it in this summer:
Seriously, the gas tank is WAY too small. I can never get more than 12 gal at at time in it. Not great for long trips. Secondly, It's very hard to see out of the back and the camera lens is not that great. If you put lots of stuff in the back, you cannot see at all out the back window. Side back windows too small. I honestly don't know what Hyundai was thinking with this one.
I purchased the Hyundai Tucson 2007 and it's a great compact SUV. My buddies and I can fit comfortable in my truck when where heading out to play Soccer, 5 guys that are 6ft in height and we all sit comfortable in it. I would recommend the Tucson to any Young buyer that's tight on his/her budget as there is no other SUV that offers you so many features as a Standard. Try it out and you'll fall in love with it!
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