2006 Hyundai TucsonLittlemissteacher14 - Oak Park, IL12/14/2010
This car is great for someone who likes to drive a little bit higher and enjoys the cargo space of an SUV, but doesn't want to drive a truck. The gas mileage could be better, but it's good for an SUV. Also, the cargo space is something to get used to. The space is more expansive vertically than horizontally (I can fit more stuff if I stack it up). All in all, it's a pretty good car. I love it!
Well built, low cost, sips gas
2009 Hyundai TucsonHyundai Fan - Los Angeles, CA11/10/2009
Very roomy and comfortable. Great value for price and warranty. Rides well and quiet. Hyundai is the new Chevy without the Government Motors nameplate and high costs. Very cheap to insure. Get a mini-SUV for a compact car price.
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.
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