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2013 Hyundai Tucson
1
  • suv 74,015
  • 954 below average
  • 13,946 fair
  • Ogden, UT
  • 3 weeks
  • autoshopper.com
  • 954 below average suv 74,015 gasoline automatic
The 2013 Tucson GLS comes standard with fog lights, automatic headlight control, and heated front seats; the 2013 Tucson Limited gets proximity-key entry with push-button starting. Superb compact crossover. IntroductionThe Hyundai Tucson is a compact crossover SUV that delivers responsive performance and good fuel economy Cruise Control✔ AM/FM✔ Power Windows✔ Air Conditioning✔ Sunroof/Moonroof✔ Bluetooth✔ Navigation System✔ Alloy Wheels
13,946 Ogden, UTOgden, UT 3 weeks at autoshopper.com
2005 Hyundai Tucson
1
  • suv 88,615
  • 6,995 overpriced
  • Essex, MD
  • 1 month
  • autoshopper.com
  • suv 88,615 silver automatic
Ford followed soon after with the Escape, which quickly became the top-selling small SUV. Just a few years ago a small SUV was almost an oxymoron, then Toyota and Honda hit the market with the RAV4 and the CR-V, both of which became hits Anti-lock Brakes✔ Power Mirrors✔ Tachometer✔ Power Windows✔ Power Locks✔ Sunroof/Moonroof✔ Air Conditioning✔ CD Changer✔ Alloy Wheels
6,995 Essex, MDEssex, MD 1 month at autoshopper.com
2013 Hyundai Tucson
3
  • suv 27,254
  • 905 below average
  • 13,995 fair
  • Bonham, TX
  • 1 month
  • autoshopper.com
  • 905 below average suv 27,254 gasoline red automatic
The 2013 Tucson GLS comes standard with fog lights, automatic headlight control, and heated front seats; the 2013 Tucson Limited gets proximity-key entry with push-button starting. Superb compact crossover. IntroductionThe Hyundai Tucson is a compact crossover SUV that delivers responsive performance and good fuel economy Cruise Control✔ AM/FM✔ Power Windows✔ Air Conditioning✔ Sunroof/Moonroof✔ Bluetooth✔ Navigation System✔ Alloy Wheels
13,995 Bonham, TXBonham, TX 1 month at autoshopper.com
Used 2006 Hyundai Tucson 2WD GL
3
  • suv 105,271
  • 295 below average
  • 5,477 fair
  • Titusville, FL
  • 1 month
  • kbb.com
  • 295 below average suv 105,271 blue automatic
Power Locks✔ Power Windows✔ Bucket Seats✔ AM/FM✔ CD Player✔ Cruise Control✔ Air Conditioning
5,477 Titusville, FLTitusville, FL 1 month at kbb.com
2005 Hyundai Tucson
3
  • suv 205,443
  • Albuquerque, NM
  • 1 month
  • autoshopper.com
  • suv 205,443 automatic
2005 hyundai tucson review this car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale. Just a few years ago a small suv was almost an oxymoron, then toyota and honda hit the market with the rav4 and the cr-v, both of which became hits. Ford followed soon after with the escape, which quickly became the top-selling small suv.  now hyundai enters the fray with the very well equipped 2005 tucson, offering a viable alternative to the established models.  as one would expect off a vehicle from hyundai, the tucson is attractively priced with the best warranty in the business. It's no barnstormer as far as performance goes but then neither are most of its competitors.  tucson comes standard with an impressive list of safety features. Electronic stability control, anti-lock brakes, and traction control are all standard. Add to that six airbags, including side-impact airbags and curtain airbags designed to provide head protection for passengers in both rows. The tucson is the lowest cost vehicle with that level of safety features.  bigger is better? Many might disagree with this statement and the hyundai tucson sets out to prove the point. lineupthe hyundai tucson gl 17,499) is the base model. Standard convenience features include air conditioning and power windows, power door locks and heated power mirrors. Slightly larger tires, upgraded cloth trim, leather-wrapped steering wheel, upgraded sound system, body cladding and windshield wiper de-frosting are among the enhancements over the gl. Manual transmission is not available. Although the tucson is built on the same platform as the santa fe, its styling is quite different and it is shorter in overall length. In fact, it blends in well with other small suvs with a somewhat familiar look, not that dissimilar from the honda cr-v.  the tucson has clean lines with a relatively big grille up front and headlamps that blend in well with the hood line and edge of the fenders. The front bumper is a large one-piece molding that spans from the lower edge of the hood underneath to form a spoiler. Its side profile is fairly flat as it barely protrudes in front of the grille opening. At the back, the edge of the rear bumper reaches up to the tail lights and sticks out from them by a couple of inches adding protection.  the gls and lx models come with lower body cladding that runs from the front bumpers around the fenders and along the lower edges of the doors to the rear bumpers. Finished in matt black the cladding is not too obtrusive.  even though the tucson is not intended for serious off-roading it does have a relatively short front and rear overhang for improved clearance. This is largely thanks to the wheelbase, which is as long as that on the honda cr-v and ford escape even though those two vehicles are several inches longer overall. The tucson also has a wider track, which helps improve its stability.  the rear tailgate slopes forward, avoiding the van-like vertical look of many suvs. The rear window can be opened separately from the main tailgate although it is not very big, making it ineffective for loading much more than small light stuff.  all models come with 16-inch alloy wheels; the gl has five spokes while the other models get six-spoke wheels. A roof rack and tinted windows are also standard on all models. interiorthere's nothing cheap or spartan about the interior of the tucson although it could not be mistaken for a luxury vehicle. Nonetheless it does have some nice touches such as a low-key silver plastic trim around the center stack and gearshift. The large radio and climate controls are mounted reasonably high up for easy reach, as is the gearshift lever. In addition there are a couple of cupholders in the center console. It's also nice to see a proper parking brake lever in the center instead of a pedal-operated parking brake.  there is a decent amount of rear luggage space that can be hidden out of sight by a solid rear cargo cover/parcel shelf. A washable large rubber mat covers a hidden under-floor storage area and helps protect the flooring, as well as providing a non-slip surface. There are six tie-downs at the side for securing cargo in addition to three grocery bag hooks.  the rear seatback splits 60/40 to fold down with the push of single button for even more space. There are no fewer than three 12-volt power outlets; apart from the usual one at the front there is one in the rear cargo area and one at the back of the center console for use by the rear seat passengers.  thanks to the long wheelbase ingress and egress to the rear seats is good and once inside rear seat passengers will find the head and leg room is reasonable for all but the tallest people. The gls comes with brightly colored cloth seats that some people find too gaudy while others like the pattern as it brightens up the interior. driving impressionwe had the opportunity to drive a couple of variations of the tucson powered by the v6 engine. Just a few years ago such an option was only offered on high-end sports cars.  driving down a smooth, slippery, muddy gravel road would have been a great place to test the electronic stability control system. However, the road featured a high crown for drainage with a big ditch along each side. Much as we would liked to have tried to induce a slide we did not want to risk crashing a test vehicle. On the other hand we drove reasonably briskly and not once did we feel the vehicle begin to slip, so perhaps it was working and the system was so transparent in operation that we did not realize it.  a brief drive along a rocky dirt track showed that the tucson can manage some light off-highway duty. Without low gearing and aggressive off-road tires it was not able to climb a really steep slippery slope. Most of the time the electronically controlled system routes up to 99 percent of the power to the front wheels. Then as road conditions change the system diverts up to 50 percent of the power to the rear wheels. In this way power is routed to the wheels that have the best traction. In really slippery conditions the driver can push a button on the dashboard to lock the driveline in a 50/50 torque split.  we drove all-wheel-drive and front-wheel-drive models and in general driving we found the ride and handling to be slightly better in the 4wd versions. This might seem counterintuitive, but it was probably because there is slightly more weight in the back on the 4wd model making the weight balance better. What's more, on wet and slippery roads there was a distinct lack of wheel spin from the front wheels on the vehicles with 4wd. All told, the 4wd option is worthwhile.  the steering felt connected although it was a tad light in feel. Judging from the performance of the v6-powered tucson we expect performance to be anemic especially with an automatic transmission. However, hyundai does not expect this to be a popular model. summaryhyundai has come a long way in terms of quality and reputation in the past few years. What's more it costs hundreds of dollars less than its rivals yet it is loaded with features.  the tucson is not a sporty vehicle, but the v6 engine provides enough power to satisfy most people. Overall, the tucson is the right sort of car for someone looking for a roomy entry-level vehicle that costs less than its rivals, yet includes plenty of state-of-the-art safety features, lots of comfort and convenience feat. Anti-lock Brakes✔ Power Mirrors✔ Tachometer✔ Power Windows✔ Power Locks✔ Sunroof/Moonroof✔ Air Conditioning✔ CD Changer✔ Alloy Wheels
Albuquerque, NMAlbuquerque, NM 1 month at autoshopper.com
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2005 Hyundai Tucson GL 2.0 2WD
3
  • suv 90,415
  • 4,900 fair
  • Midvale, UT
  • 2 months
  • autoshopper.com
  • suv 90,415 black automatic
2005 hyundai tucson review this car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale. Just a few years ago a small suv was almost an oxymoron, then toyota and honda hit the market with the rav4 and the cr-v, both of which became hits. Ford followed soon after with the escape, which quickly became the top-selling small suv.  now hyundai enters the fray with the very well equipped 2005 tucson, offering a viable alternative to the established models.  as one would expect off a vehicle from hyundai, the tucson is attractively priced with the best warranty in the business. It's no barnstormer as far as performance goes but then neither are most of its competitors.  tucson comes standard with an impressive list of safety features. Electronic stability control, anti-lock brakes, and traction control are all standard. Add to that six airbags, including side-impact airbags and curtain airbags designed to provide head protection for passengers in both rows. The tucson is the lowest cost vehicle with that level of safety features.  bigger is better? Many might disagree with this statement and the hyundai tucson sets out to prove the point. lineupthe hyundai tucson gl 17,499) is the base model. Standard convenience features include air conditioning and power windows, power door locks and heated power mirrors. Slightly larger tires, upgraded cloth trim, leather-wrapped steering wheel, upgraded sound system, body cladding and windshield wiper de-frosting are among the enhancements over the gl. Manual transmission is not available. Although the tucson is built on the same platform as the santa fe, its styling is quite different and it is shorter in overall length. In fact, it blends in well with other small suvs with a somewhat familiar look, not that dissimilar from the honda cr-v.  the tucson has clean lines with a relatively big grille up front and headlamps that blend in well with the hood line and edge of the fenders. The front bumper is a large one-piece molding that spans from the lower edge of the hood underneath to form a spoiler. Its side profile is fairly flat as it barely protrudes in front of the grille opening. At the back, the edge of the rear bumper reaches up to the tail lights and sticks out from them by a couple of inches adding protection.  the gls and lx models come with lower body cladding that runs from the front bumpers around the fenders and along the lower edges of the doors to the rear bumpers. Finished in matt black the cladding is not too obtrusive.  even though the tucson is not intended for serious off-roading it does have a relatively short front and rear overhang for improved clearance. This is largely thanks to the wheelbase, which is as long as that on the honda cr-v and ford escape even though those two vehicles are several inches longer overall. The tucson also has a wider track, which helps improve its stability.  the rear tailgate slopes forward, avoiding the van-like vertical look of many suvs. The rear window can be opened separately from the main tailgate although it is not very big, making it ineffective for loading much more than small light stuff.  all models come with 16-inch alloy wheels; the gl has five spokes while the other models get six-spoke wheels. A roof rack and tinted windows are also standard on all models. interiorthere's nothing cheap or spartan about the interior of the tucson although it could not be mistaken for a luxury vehicle. Nonetheless it does have some nice touches such as a low-key silver plastic trim around the center stack and gearshift. The large radio and climate controls are mounted reasonably high up for easy reach, as is the gearshift lever. In addition there are a couple of cupholders in the center console. It's also nice to see a proper parking brake lever in the center instead of a pedal-operated parking brake.  there is a decent amount of rear luggage space that can be hidden out of sight by a solid rear cargo cover/parcel shelf. A washable large rubber mat covers a hidden under-floor storage area and helps protect the flooring, as well as providing a non-slip surface. There are six tie-downs at the side for securing cargo in addition to three grocery bag hooks.  the rear seatback splits 60/40 to fold down with the push of single button for even more space. There are no fewer than three 12-volt power outlets; apart from the usual one at the front there is one in the rear cargo area and one at the back of the center console for use by the rear seat passengers.  thanks to the long wheelbase ingress and egress to the rear seats is good and once inside rear seat passengers will find the head and leg room is reasonable for all but the tallest people. The gls comes with brightly colored cloth seats that some people find too gaudy while others like the pattern as it brightens up the interior. driving impressionwe had the opportunity to drive a couple of variations of the tucson powered by the v6 engine. Just a few years ago such an option was only offered on high-end sports cars.  driving down a smooth, slippery, muddy gravel road would have been a great place to test the electronic stability control system. However, the road featured a high crown for drainage with a big ditch along each side. Much as we would liked to have tried to induce a slide we did not want to risk crashing a test vehicle. On the other hand we drove reasonably briskly and not once did we feel the vehicle begin to slip, so perhaps it was working and the system was so transparent in operation that we did not realize it.  a brief drive along a rocky dirt track showed that the tucson can manage some light off-highway duty. Without low gearing and aggressive off-road tires it was not able to climb a really steep slippery slope. Most of the time the electronically controlled system routes up to 99 percent of the power to the front wheels. Then as road conditions change the system diverts up to 50 percent of the power to the rear wheels. In this way power is routed to the wheels that have the best traction. In really slippery conditions the driver can push a button on the dashboard to lock the driveline in a 50/50 torque split.  we drove all-wheel-drive and front-wheel-drive models and in general driving we found the ride and handling to be slightly better in the 4wd versions. This might seem counterintuitive, but it was probably because there is slightly more weight in the back on the 4wd model making the weight balance better. What's more, on wet and slippery roads there was a distinct lack of wheel spin from the front wheels on the vehicles with 4wd. All told, the 4wd option is worthwhile.  the steering felt connected although it was a tad light in feel. Judging from the performance of the v6-powered tucson we expect performance to be anemic especially with an automatic transmission. However, hyundai does not expect this to be a popular model. summaryhyundai has come a long way in terms of quality and reputation in the past few years. What's more it costs hundreds of dollars less than its rivals yet it is loaded with features.  the tucson is not a sporty vehicle, but the v6 engine provides enough power to satisfy most people. Overall, the tucson is the right sort of car for someone looking for a roomy entry-level vehicle that costs less than its rivals, yet includes plenty of state-of-the-art safety features, lots of comfort and convenience feat. Anti-lock Brakes✔ Power Mirrors✔ Tachometer✔ Power Windows✔ Power Locks✔ Sunroof/Moonroof✔ Air Conditioning✔ CD Changer✔ Alloy Wheels
4,900 Midvale, UTMidvale, UT 2 months at autoshopper.com
2011 Hyundai Tucson 4d Wagon FWD GLS
2
  • suv
  • 15,995 high price
  • Palmdale, CA
  • 1 month
  • autoshopper.com
  • suv gasoline black automatic
2011 hyundai tucson review this car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale. Strong value in a compact suv. introductionlaunched all-new for 2010, the hyundai tucson employs the latest technology. A compact crossover suv, the tucson is shorter in length but slightly wider than its chief rivals, the honda cr-v, ford escape and subaru forester. The tucson is available with front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive.  for 2011, the hyundai tucson lineup includes a new value-priced tucson gl with a smaller, more fuel-efficient 2. 0-liter engine and front-wheel drive. The 2011 tucson gl rates an epa-estimated 23/31 city/highway mpg when equipped with its optional 6-speed automatic transmission. The gls and limited come standard with the 6-speed automatic. This compact, extremely light transmission places hyundai in an elite group of manufacturers who have built their own 6-speed automatic. It's excellent ergonomically, meaning everything is easy to reach and operate. The materials are nice. The seats are supportive and comfortable. And the tucson skillfully tricks the eye, to its benefit. Just as the huge audi q7 manages to appear smaller and more athletic than it is, the new tucson does just the opposite. Its high beltline and squinty side-window configuration make the tucson appear larger and more capacious than it really is. Tucson gl comes standard with the 5-speed manual but is available with hyundai's 6-speed automatic transmission 19,745). The gl is front-wheel drive only.  tucson gls 2wd 21,845) upgrades with leatherette upholstery with cloth inserts, leather-wrapped wheel and shifter, bluetooth hands-free phone, illuminated vanity mirrors and glovebox, cruise control, steering wheel audio and cruise controls, faux leather inner door trim, soft-touch interior paint, black garnish moldings, and silver roof rails, 17-inch alloy wheels, bodycolor door handles, heated fold-away outside mirrors, privacy glass, roof cross rails, and an engine cover. The gls comes standard with the 6-speed automatic. The gls is available with awd and heated front seats 23,495). The gls navigation package 2,000) adds touch-screen navigation, a review camera, premium audio with external amplifier and subwoofer, and automatic headlights.  tucson limited 24,695) and limited awd 26,195) upgrade to leather seating, heated front seats, eight-way adjustable driver's seat, power lumbar support for driver and front passenger, dual-zone automatic temperature control, solar glass, cargo cover, chrome grille and door handles, automatic headlights, front foglights, front wiper de-icer, side repeater exterior mirrors, and 18-inch alloy wheels. New for 2011 are an auto-dimming inside mirror with homelink, and high-tech shock absorbers called amplitude selective dampers (asd) from german supplier sachs. All-wheel drive is optional. walkaroundthis crossover suv is nothing if not modern. The hyundai tucson takes advantage of the current european taste for dynamic thrusting forms and aggressive angularities. It has swoopy lines darting to and fro along its flanks, nose and tail. A huge, deeply slanted windshield provides excellent forward perspective for the driver, but for rear seat passengers, looking out of the tucson's narrow side windows is a little like peering out the gun slit of an armored car.  and there will be those who find the tucson's exterior a little busy looking, while others will find that standing next to the tucson and looking down its door sides, it looks oddly slab-sided, bigger and heavier than it really is.  as always, there is ample room for debate about the tucson's styling. The one point that is not debatable is this crossover's high expectations. Its styling is up to the minute, as aggressive as any crossover in the world market. The front seats are excellent both in terms of firm support and quality leather. Back seat room is lavish for two, adequate for three. This hyundai gets an a-plus in the avoiding annoyances category.  the dashboard's black pebble-grain covering is handsome and anything but econo class. The dashboard instruments are straightforward and dignified, with a water temperature and fuel gauge delivered in electronic readouts. To the left of the steering column are controls for hill assist, a stability-control off switch and the differential locker control. Cruise control and audio switches are provided on the steering wheel, with phone controls partially hidden inside the wheel rim.  the center console is simply laid out, offering audio controls, a navigation system and bluetooth mp3 capability. Here we encountered one weakness in the tucson, its forward-slanting navigation screen was all but blinded by glare on sunny days. On the other hand, it is blessedly straightforward to use, with a proper radial knob provided for tuning the audio. Defrost front and rear and individual seat-heater controls are easily selected, while xm is the satellite server of choice, and it should be. Life should always be this easy. But in too many other cars, it isn't. The 2. 4-liter engine is rated 176 horsepower at 6000 rpm and 168 pound-feet of torque at 4000 rpm. Fuel economy for the 2. 4-liter tucson engine is 22/31 mpg with front-wheel drive.  the hyundai-designed 6-speed automatic transmission is smooth-shifting and excellent, giving the tucson a big advantage in efficiency over other vehicles in its class. Additionally, its manual shifting capability is particularly good. The 2. 0-liter produces 165 horsepower at 6200 rpm and 146 pound-feet at 4600. We haven't driven the tucson gl with the 2. 0-liter engine. As the gl is not significantly lighter than the gls, we have to suspect that performance suffers accordingly. The automatic 2. 0-liter is the fuel-economy champion of the line, albeit only by a whisker, with an epa rating of 23/31 mpg city/highway. Cruise Control✔ AM/FM✔ Power Windows✔ Air Conditioning✔ Sunroof/Moonroof✔ Bluetooth✔ Navigation System✔ Alloy Wheels
15,995 Palmdale, CAPalmdale, CA 1 month at autoshopper.com
2005 Hyundai Tucson GL 2.0 2WD
1
  • suv 159,200
  • Columbus, OH
  • 2 months
  • autoshopper.com
  • suv 159,200 silver
2005 hyundai tucson review this car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale. Just a few years ago a small suv was almost an oxymoron, then toyota and honda hit the market with the rav4 and the cr-v, both of which became hits. Ford followed soon after with the escape, which quickly became the top-selling small suv.  now hyundai enters the fray with the very well equipped 2005 tucson, offering a viable alternative to the established models.  as one would expect off a vehicle from hyundai, the tucson is attractively priced with the best warranty in the business. It's no barnstormer as far as performance goes but then neither are most of its competitors.  tucson comes standard with an impressive list of safety features. Electronic stability control, anti-lock brakes, and traction control are all standard. Add to that six airbags, including side-impact airbags and curtain airbags designed to provide head protection for passengers in both rows. The tucson is the lowest cost vehicle with that level of safety features.  bigger is better? Many might disagree with this statement and the hyundai tucson sets out to prove the point. lineupthe hyundai tucson gl 17,499) is the base model. Standard convenience features include air conditioning and power windows, power door locks and heated power mirrors. Slightly larger tires, upgraded cloth trim, leather-wrapped steering wheel, upgraded sound system, body cladding and windshield wiper de-frosting are among the enhancements over the gl. Manual transmission is not available. Although the tucson is built on the same platform as the santa fe, its styling is quite different and it is shorter in overall length. In fact, it blends in well with other small suvs with a somewhat familiar look, not that dissimilar from the honda cr-v.  the tucson has clean lines with a relatively big grille up front and headlamps that blend in well with the hood line and edge of the fenders. The front bumper is a large one-piece molding that spans from the lower edge of the hood underneath to form a spoiler. Its side profile is fairly flat as it barely protrudes in front of the grille opening. At the back, the edge of the rear bumper reaches up to the tail lights and sticks out from them by a couple of inches adding protection.  the gls and lx models come with lower body cladding that runs from the front bumpers around the fenders and along the lower edges of the doors to the rear bumpers. Finished in matt black the cladding is not too obtrusive.  even though the tucson is not intended for serious off-roading it does have a relatively short front and rear overhang for improved clearance. This is largely thanks to the wheelbase, which is as long as that on the honda cr-v and ford escape even though those two vehicles are several inches longer overall. The tucson also has a wider track, which helps improve its stability.  the rear tailgate slopes forward, avoiding the van-like vertical look of many suvs. The rear window can be opened separately from the main tailgate although it is not very big, making it ineffective for loading much more than small light stuff.  all models come with 16-inch alloy wheels; the gl has five spokes while the other models get six-spoke wheels. A roof rack and tinted windows are also standard on all models. interiorthere's nothing cheap or spartan about the interior of the tucson although it could not be mistaken for a luxury vehicle. Nonetheless it does have some nice touches such as a low-key silver plastic trim around the center stack and gearshift. The large radio and climate controls are mounted reasonably high up for easy reach, as is the gearshift lever. In addition there are a couple of cupholders in the center console. It's also nice to see a proper parking brake lever in the center instead of a pedal-operated parking brake.  there is a decent amount of rear luggage space that can be hidden out of sight by a solid rear cargo cover/parcel shelf. A washable large rubber mat covers a hidden under-floor storage area and helps protect the flooring, as well as providing a non-slip surface. There are six tie-downs at the side for securing cargo in addition to three grocery bag hooks.  the rear seatback splits 60/40 to fold down with the push of single button for even more space. There are no fewer than three 12-volt power outlets; apart from the usual one at the front there is one in the rear cargo area and one at the back of the center console for use by the rear seat passengers.  thanks to the long wheelbase ingress and egress to the rear seats is good and once inside rear seat passengers will find the head and leg room is reasonable for all but the tallest people. The gls comes with brightly colored cloth seats that some people find too gaudy while others like the pattern as it brightens up the interior. driving impressionwe had the opportunity to drive a couple of variations of the tucson powered by the v6 engine. Just a few years ago such an option was only offered on high-end sports cars.  driving down a smooth, slippery, muddy gravel road would have been a great place to test the electronic stability control system. However, the road featured a high crown for drainage with a big ditch along each side. Much as we would liked to have tried to induce a slide we did not want to risk crashing a test vehicle. On the other hand we drove reasonably briskly and not once did we feel the vehicle begin to slip, so perhaps it was working and the system was so transparent in operation that we did not realize it.  a brief drive along a rocky dirt track showed that the tucson can manage some light off-highway duty. Without low gearing and aggressive off-road tires it was not able to climb a really steep slippery slope. Most of the time the electronically controlled system routes up to 99 percent of the power to the front wheels. Then as road conditions change the system diverts up to 50 percent of the power to the rear wheels. In this way power is routed to the wheels that have the best traction. In really slippery conditions the driver can push a button on the dashboard to lock the driveline in a 50/50 torque split.  we drove all-wheel-drive and front-wheel-drive models and in general driving we found the ride and handling to be slightly better in the 4wd versions. This might seem counterintuitive, but it was probably because there is slightly more weight in the back on the 4wd model making the weight balance better. What's more, on wet and slippery roads there was a distinct lack of wheel spin from the front wheels on the vehicles with 4wd. All told, the 4wd option is worthwhile.  the steering felt connected although it was a tad light in feel. Judging from the performance of the v6-powered tucson we expect performance to be anemic especially with an automatic transmission. However, hyundai does not expect this to be a popular model. summaryhyundai has come a long way in terms of quality and reputation in the past few years. What's more it costs hundreds of dollars less than its rivals yet it is loaded with features.  the tucson is not a sporty vehicle, but the v6 engine provides enough power to satisfy most people. Overall, the tucson is the right sort of car for someone looking for a roomy entry-level vehicle that costs less than its rivals, yet includes plenty of state-of-the-art safety features, lots of comfort and convenience feat. Anti-lock Brakes✔ Power Mirrors✔ Tachometer✔ Power Windows✔ Power Locks✔ Sunroof/Moonroof✔ Air Conditioning✔ CD Changer✔ Alloy Wheels
Columbus, OHColumbus, OH 2 months at autoshopper.com
2011 Hyundai Tucson SPORT UTILITY 4-DR
2
  • suv
  • Cicero, IL
  • 1 month
  • autoshopper.com
  • suv gasoline automatic
2011 hyundai tucson review this car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale. Strong value in a compact suv. introductionlaunched all-new for 2010, the hyundai tucson employs the latest technology. A compact crossover suv, the tucson is shorter in length but slightly wider than its chief rivals, the honda cr-v, ford escape and subaru forester. The tucson is available with front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive.  for 2011, the hyundai tucson lineup includes a new value-priced tucson gl with a smaller, more fuel-efficient 2. 0-liter engine and front-wheel drive. The 2011 tucson gl rates an epa-estimated 23/31 city/highway mpg when equipped with its optional 6-speed automatic transmission. The gls and limited come standard with the 6-speed automatic. This compact, extremely light transmission places hyundai in an elite group of manufacturers who have built their own 6-speed automatic. It's excellent ergonomically, meaning everything is easy to reach and operate. The materials are nice. The seats are supportive and comfortable. And the tucson skillfully tricks the eye, to its benefit. Just as the huge audi q7 manages to appear smaller and more athletic than it is, the new tucson does just the opposite. Its high beltline and squinty side-window configuration make the tucson appear larger and more capacious than it really is. Tucson gl comes standard with the 5-speed manual but is available with hyundai's 6-speed automatic transmission 19,745). The gl is front-wheel drive only.  tucson gls 2wd 21,845) upgrades with leatherette upholstery with cloth inserts, leather-wrapped wheel and shifter, bluetooth hands-free phone, illuminated vanity mirrors and glovebox, cruise control, steering wheel audio and cruise controls, faux leather inner door trim, soft-touch interior paint, black garnish moldings, and silver roof rails, 17-inch alloy wheels, bodycolor door handles, heated fold-away outside mirrors, privacy glass, roof cross rails, and an engine cover. The gls comes standard with the 6-speed automatic. The gls is available with awd and heated front seats 23,495). The gls navigation package 2,000) adds touch-screen navigation, a review camera, premium audio with external amplifier and subwoofer, and automatic headlights.  tucson limited 24,695) and limited awd 26,195) upgrade to leather seating, heated front seats, eight-way adjustable driver's seat, power lumbar support for driver and front passenger, dual-zone automatic temperature control, solar glass, cargo cover, chrome grille and door handles, automatic headlights, front foglights, front wiper de-icer, side repeater exterior mirrors, and 18-inch alloy wheels. New for 2011 are an auto-dimming inside mirror with homelink, and high-tech shock absorbers called amplitude selective dampers (asd) from german supplier sachs. All-wheel drive is optional. walkaroundthis crossover suv is nothing if not modern. The hyundai tucson takes advantage of the current european taste for dynamic thrusting forms and aggressive angularities. It has swoopy lines darting to and fro along its flanks, nose and tail. A huge, deeply slanted windshield provides excellent forward perspective for the driver, but for rear seat passengers, looking out of the tucson's narrow side windows is a little like peering out the gun slit of an armored car.  and there will be those who find the tucson's exterior a little busy looking, while others will find that standing next to the tucson and looking down its door sides, it looks oddly slab-sided, bigger and heavier than it really is.  as always, there is ample room for debate about the tucson's styling. The one point that is not debatable is this crossover's high expectations. Its styling is up to the minute, as aggressive as any crossover in the world market. The front seats are excellent both in terms of firm support and quality leather. Back seat room is lavish for two, adequate for three. This hyundai gets an a-plus in the avoiding annoyances category.  the dashboard's black pebble-grain covering is handsome and anything but econo class. The dashboard instruments are straightforward and dignified, with a water temperature and fuel gauge delivered in electronic readouts. To the left of the steering column are controls for hill assist, a stability-control off switch and the differential locker control. Cruise control and audio switches are provided on the steering wheel, with phone controls partially hidden inside the wheel rim.  the center console is simply laid out, offering audio controls, a navigation system and bluetooth mp3 capability. Here we encountered one weakness in the tucson, its forward-slanting navigation screen was all but blinded by glare on sunny days. On the other hand, it is blessedly straightforward to use, with a proper radial knob provided for tuning the audio. Defrost front and rear and individual seat-heater controls are easily selected, while xm is the satellite server of choice, and it should be. Life should always be this easy. But in too many other cars, it isn't. The 2. 4-liter engine is rated 176 horsepower at 6000 rpm and 168 pound-feet of torque at 4000 rpm. Fuel economy for the 2. 4-liter tucson engine is 22/31 mpg with front-wheel drive.  the hyundai-designed 6-speed automatic transmission is smooth-shifting and excellent, giving the tucson a big advantage in efficiency over other vehicles in its class. Additionally, its manual shifting capability is particularly good. The 2. 0-liter produces 165 horsepower at 6200 rpm and 146 pound-feet at 4600. We haven't driven the tucson gl with the 2. 0-liter engine. As the gl is not significantly lighter than the gls, we have to suspect that performance suffers accordingly. The automatic 2. 0-liter is the fuel-economy champion of the line, albeit only by a whisker, with an epa rating of 23/31 mpg city/highway. Cruise Control✔ AM/FM✔ Power Windows✔ Air Conditioning✔ Sunroof/Moonroof✔ Bluetooth✔ Navigation System✔ Alloy Wheels
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2012 Hyundai Tucson
3
  • suv 74,425
  • 555 below average
  • 12,399 fair
  • Jacksonville, FL
  • 1 month
  • autoshopper.com
  • 555 below average suv 74,425 gasoline grey automatic
2012 hyundai tucson review this car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale. Upgrades add more value to compact suv. introductionhyundai continues to refine and upgrade the tucson, its compact-crossover suv. Features such as turn-signal repeaters and sophisticated sachs amplitude-selective shock absorbers, previously reserved for the top-end limited model, are now standard on the mid-range gls as well. And those are only the highlights.  the 2012 hyundai tucson lineup begins with the value-priced, front-wheel-drive tucson gl. Power is provided by a 176-horsepower 2. 4-liter engine. Hyundai’s superb 6-speed automatic is standard, and for 2012 comes with new active eco technology, which makes the response of the engine and transmission smoother to changes in throttle position over time. Hyundai says this can yield as much as a 7-percent gain in real-world fuel economy. Epa ratings for the 2. 4-liter tucson with active eco are 22/32 mpg with front-wheel drive and 21/28 mpg with all-wheel drive. New low-rolling-resistance silica tires contribute to those numbers.  inside, the cabin is a model of straightforwardness and simplicity. It's excellent ergonomically, meaning everything is easy to reach and operate. The materials are nice. The seats are supportive and comfortable. Tucson skillfully tricks the eye, to its benefit. Just as the huge audi q7 manages to appear smaller and more athletic than it is, the tucson does just the opposite. Its high beltline and squinty side-window configuration make the tucson appear larger and more capacious than it really is. For 2012 solar glass becomes standard also, with privacy glass in rear windows. Tucson gl comes standard with the 5-speed manual but is available with hyundai's 6-speed automatic transmission 20,245), which includes cruise control. The gl is front-wheel drive only.  tucson gls 2wd 22,295) upgrades with leatherette upholstery with cloth inserts, leather-wrapped wheel and shifter, bluetooth hands-free phone, illuminated vanity mirrors and glovebox, cruise control, steering wheel audio and cruise controls, faux leather inner door trim, soft-touch interior paint, black garnish moldings, silver roof rails, 17-inch alloy wheels, bodycolor door handles, heated fold-away outside mirrors, and an engine cover. New for 2012 are low-rolling-resistance tires, turn-signal repeaters in the outside mirrors, and asd shock absorbers from sachs. The gls comes standard with the 6-speed automatic; it is available with awd and heated front seats 23,945).  tucson limited 24,995) and limited awd 26,495) upgrade to leather seating, heated front seats, eight-way adjustable driver's seat, power lumbar support for driver and front passenger, dual-zone automatic temperature control, cargo cover, chrome grille and door handles, automatic headlights, front foglights, front wiper de-icer, an auto-dimming inside mirror with homelink, and 18-inch alloy wheels. All-wheel drive is optional. walkaroundthe hyundai tucson takes advantage of the current european taste for dynamic thrusting forms and aggressive angularities. It has swoopy lines darting to and fro along its flanks, nose and tail. A huge, deeply slanted windshield provides excellent forward perspective for the driver, but for rear seat passengers, looking out of the tucson's narrow side windows is a little like peering out the gun slit of an armored car.  there will be those who find the tucson's exterior a little busy looking, while others will find that standing next to the tucson and looking down its door sides, it looks oddly slab-sided, bigger and heavier than it really is.  as always, there is ample room for debate about the tucson's styling. The one point that is not debatable is this crossover's high expectations. Its styling is up to the minute, as aggressive as any crossover in the world market. The front seats are excellent both in terms of firm support and quality leather. This hyundai gets an a-plus in the avoiding annoyances category.  the dashboard's black pebble-grain covering is handsome and anything but econo class. The dashboard instruments are straightforward and dignified, with a water temperature and fuel gauge delivered in electronic readouts. To the left of the steering column are controls for hill assist, a stability-control off switch and the differential locker control. Cruise control and audio switches are provided on the steering wheel, with phone controls partially hidden inside the wheel rim.  the center console is simply laid out, offering audio controls, a navigation system and bluetooth mp3 capability. Here we encountered one weakness in the tucson, its forward-slanting navigation screen was all but blinded by glare on sunny days. On the other hand, it is blessedly straightforward to use, with a proper radial knob provided for tuning the audio. Defrost front and rear and individual seat-heater controls are easily selected, while xm is the satellite server of choice, and it should be. Life should always be this easy. But in too many other cars, it isn't. The 2. 4-liter engine is rated 176 horsepower at 6000 rpm and 168 pound-feet of torque at 4000 rpm. Although hyundai claims larger real-world gains for the new active eco function, epa-estimated fuel economy for the 2012 2. 4-liter tucson engine is up only slightly over last year’s model, from 22/31 to 22/32 mpg city/highway with front-wheel drive.  the hyundai-designed 6-speed automatic transmission is smooth-shifting and excellent, giving the tucson a big advantage in efficiency over other vehicles in its class. Additionally, its manual shifting capability is particularly good. The 2. 0-liter produces 165 horsepower at 6200 rpm and 146 pound-feet at 4600. We haven't driven the tucson gl with the 2. 0-liter engine. As the gl is not significantly lighter than the gls, we have to suspect that performance suffers accordingly. The automatic 2. 0-liter is also equipped with the new active eco system, but its epa ratings remain the same as last year’s, at 23/31 mpg city/highwa. 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2013 Hyundai Tucson
3
  • suv 29,630
  • Albuquerque, NM
  • 1 month
  • autoshopper.com
  • suv 29,630 gasoline red automatic
2013 hyundai tucson review this car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale. Superb compact crossover. introductionthe hyundai tucson is a compact crossover suv that delivers responsive performance and good fuel economy. It's roomy, comfortable cabin makes it easy to live with. A choice of engines is available.  2013 hyundai tucson models get more standard equipment than before. The 2013 tucson gls comes standard with fog lights, automatic headlight control, and heated front seats; the 2013 tucson limited gets proximity-key entry with push-button starting. Tucson was last redesigned for the 2010 model year; for 2012, tucson benefitted from bigger brakes, improved air conditioning, a smoother ride, and other improvements.  the 2013 hyundai tucson begins with the value-priced, front-wheel-drive tucson gl. Power is provided by a 176-horsepower 2. 4-liter engine. Hyundai's superb 6-speed automatic is standard, and comes with a driver-selectable active eco mode, which modifies the response of the engine and transmission to changes in throttle position. Hyundai says this can yield as much as a 7-percent gain in real-world fuel economy. Epa ratings for the 2. 4-liter tucson with active eco are 21/30 mpg city/highway with front-wheel drive. Low-rolling-resistance silica tires contribute to those numbers.  inside, the cabin is a model of straightforwardness and simplicity. It's excellent ergonomically, meaning everything is easy to reach and operate. The materials are nice. The seats are supportive and comfortable. Tucson skillfully tricks the eye, to its benefit. Just as the huge audi q7 manages to appear smaller and more athletic than it is, the tucson does just the opposite. Its high beltline and squinty side-window configuration make the tucson appear larger and more capacious than it really is. Tucson gl comes standard with a 5-speed manual transmission, but is available with hyundai's 6-speed automatic 20,245). New for 2013 are fog lights, automatic headlight control, and heated front seats the gls comes standard with the 6-speed automatic. Tucson gls awd 24,095) adds all-wheel drive.  tucson limited 25,445) and limited awd 26,945) upgrade to leather seating, eight-way adjustable driver's seat, power lumbar support for driver and front passenger, dual-zone automatic temperature control, cargo cover, chrome grille and door handles, front wiper de-icer, auto-dimming inside mirror with homelink, and 18-inch alloy wheels. New for 2013 are proximity-key entry with push-button start. All-wheel drive is optional. Rearview camera is optional. walkaroundthe hyundai tucson takes advantage of the current european taste for dynamic thrusting forms and aggressive angularities. It has swoopy lines darting to and fro along its flanks, nose and tail. A huge, deeply slanted windshield provides excellent forward perspective for the driver, but for rear seat passengers, looking out of the tucson's narrow side windows is a little like peering out the gun slit of an armored car.  there will be those who find the tucson's exterior a little busy looking, while others will find that standing next to the tucson and looking down its door sides, it looks oddly slab-sided, bigger and heavier than it really is.  as always, there is ample room for debate about the tucson's styling. The one point that is not debatable is this crossover's high expectations. Its styling is up to the minute, as aggressive as any crossover in the world market. The front seats are excellent both in terms of firm support and quality leather. This is a compact crossover. This hyundai gets an a-plus in the avoiding annoyances category.  the dashboard's black pebble-grain covering is handsome and anything but econo class. The dashboard instruments are straightforward and dignified, with a water temperature and fuel gauge delivered in electronic readouts. To the left of the steering column are controls for hill assist, a stability-control off switch and the differential locker control. Cruise control and audio switches are provided on the steering wheel, with phone controls partially hidden inside the wheel rim.  the center console is simply laid out, offering audio controls, a navigation system and bluetooth mp3 capability. Here we encountered one weakness in the tucson, its forward-slanting navigation screen was all but blinded by glare on sunny days. On the other hand, it is blessedly straightforward to use, with a proper radial knob provided for tuning the audio. Defrost front and rear and individual seat-heater controls are easily selected. Life should always be this easy. But in too many other cars, it isn't. The 2. 4-liter engine is rated 176 horsepower at 6000 rpm and 168 pound-feet of torque at 4000 rpm. Although hyundai claims large real-world gains for the new active eco function, epa-estimated fuel economy for the 2013 2. 4-liter tucson engine is 21/30 mpg city/highway with front-wheel drive and 6-speed automatic.  the hyundai-designed 6-speed automatic transmission is smooth-shifting and excellent, giving the tucson a big advantage in efficiency over other vehicles in its class. Additionally, its manual shifting capability is particularly good. The 2. 0-liter produces 165 horsepower at 6200 rpm and 146 pound-feet at 4600. We haven't driven the tucson gl with the 2. 0-liter engine. As the gl is not significantly lighter than the gls, we have to suspect that performa. Cruise Control✔ AM/FM✔ Power Windows✔ Air Conditioning✔ Sunroof/Moonroof✔ Bluetooth✔ Navigation System✔ Alloy Wheels
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2017 HYUNDAI TUCSON NIGHT
1
  • suv 7
  • 28,063 high price
  • West Virginia
  • 2 months
  • everycarlisted.com
  • suv 7 gasoline blue automatic
At joe holland, we start low, and we stay low! We will make the deal! In order for hyundai to think outside the box on the hyundai tucson, they first threw away the box! The styling of its sculpted hood, wrap-around headlights and rear roof spoiler further set it apart from every other compact sport utility on the road. And by fuel efficient we mean up to 32 highway miles per gallon. Easy on the eyes and the wallet. Don't judge a book by the cover. Features can include 8 way power adjustable driver's seat, tilt and telescopic steering, leather seating as well as cook tech options such as hands free bluetooth phone system and touch screen navigation. Every option for every desire and budget. Come experience what the tucson has to offer. Joe holland is full service, full time! Additional rebates or special interest rates may apply. See dealer for more details. Where integrity, respect and the best deals around are just a part of what we do! The way car buying should be!
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2005 Hyundai Tucson
3
  • suv 59,901
  • 5,995 high price
  • Plainville, CT
  • 2 months
  • autoshopper.com
  • suv 59,901 black
2005 hyundai tucson review this car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale. Just a few years ago a small suv was almost an oxymoron, then toyota and honda hit the market with the rav4 and the cr-v, both of which became hits. Ford followed soon after with the escape, which quickly became the top-selling small suv.  now hyundai enters the fray with the very well equipped 2005 tucson, offering a viable alternative to the established models.  as one would expect off a vehicle from hyundai, the tucson is attractively priced with the best warranty in the business. It's no barnstormer as far as performance goes but then neither are most of its competitors.  tucson comes standard with an impressive list of safety features. Electronic stability control, anti-lock brakes, and traction control are all standard. Add to that six airbags, including side-impact airbags and curtain airbags designed to provide head protection for passengers in both rows. The tucson is the lowest cost vehicle with that level of safety features.  bigger is better? Many might disagree with this statement and the hyundai tucson sets out to prove the point. lineupthe hyundai tucson gl 17,499) is the base model. Standard convenience features include air conditioning and power windows, power door locks and heated power mirrors. Slightly larger tires, upgraded cloth trim, leather-wrapped steering wheel, upgraded sound system, body cladding and windshield wiper de-frosting are among the enhancements over the gl. Manual transmission is not available. Although the tucson is built on the same platform as the santa fe, its styling is quite different and it is shorter in overall length. In fact, it blends in well with other small suvs with a somewhat familiar look, not that dissimilar from the honda cr-v.  the tucson has clean lines with a relatively big grille up front and headlamps that blend in well with the hood line and edge of the fenders. The front bumper is a large one-piece molding that spans from the lower edge of the hood underneath to form a spoiler. Its side profile is fairly flat as it barely protrudes in front of the grille opening. At the back, the edge of the rear bumper reaches up to the tail lights and sticks out from them by a couple of inches adding protection.  the gls and lx models come with lower body cladding that runs from the front bumpers around the fenders and along the lower edges of the doors to the rear bumpers. Finished in matt black the cladding is not too obtrusive.  even though the tucson is not intended for serious off-roading it does have a relatively short front and rear overhang for improved clearance. This is largely thanks to the wheelbase, which is as long as that on the honda cr-v and ford escape even though those two vehicles are several inches longer overall. The tucson also has a wider track, which helps improve its stability.  the rear tailgate slopes forward, avoiding the van-like vertical look of many suvs. The rear window can be opened separately from the main tailgate although it is not very big, making it ineffective for loading much more than small light stuff.  all models come with 16-inch alloy wheels; the gl has five spokes while the other models get six-spoke wheels. A roof rack and tinted windows are also standard on all models. interiorthere's nothing cheap or spartan about the interior of the tucson although it could not be mistaken for a luxury vehicle. Nonetheless it does have some nice touches such as a low-key silver plastic trim around the center stack and gearshift. The large radio and climate controls are mounted reasonably high up for easy reach, as is the gearshift lever. In addition there are a couple of cupholders in the center console. It's also nice to see a proper parking brake lever in the center instead of a pedal-operated parking brake.  there is a decent amount of rear luggage space that can be hidden out of sight by a solid rear cargo cover/parcel shelf. A washable large rubber mat covers a hidden under-floor storage area and helps protect the flooring, as well as providing a non-slip surface. There are six tie-downs at the side for securing cargo in addition to three grocery bag hooks.  the rear seatback splits 60/40 to fold down with the push of single button for even more space. There are no fewer than three 12-volt power outlets; apart from the usual one at the front there is one in the rear cargo area and one at the back of the center console for use by the rear seat passengers.  thanks to the long wheelbase ingress and egress to the rear seats is good and once inside rear seat passengers will find the head and leg room is reasonable for all but the tallest people. The gls comes with brightly colored cloth seats that some people find too gaudy while others like the pattern as it brightens up the interior. driving impressionwe had the opportunity to drive a couple of variations of the tucson powered by the v6 engine. Just a few years ago such an option was only offered on high-end sports cars.  driving down a smooth, slippery, muddy gravel road would have been a great place to test the electronic stability control system. However, the road featured a high crown for drainage with a big ditch along each side. Much as we would liked to have tried to induce a slide we did not want to risk crashing a test vehicle. On the other hand we drove reasonably briskly and not once did we feel the vehicle begin to slip, so perhaps it was working and the system was so transparent in operation that we did not realize it.  a brief drive along a rocky dirt track showed that the tucson can manage some light off-highway duty. Without low gearing and aggressive off-road tires it was not able to climb a really steep slippery slope. Most of the time the electronically controlled system routes up to 99 percent of the power to the front wheels. Then as road conditions change the system diverts up to 50 percent of the power to the rear wheels. In this way power is routed to the wheels that have the best traction. In really slippery conditions the driver can push a button on the dashboard to lock the driveline in a 50/50 torque split.  we drove all-wheel-drive and front-wheel-drive models and in general driving we found the ride and handling to be slightly better in the 4wd versions. This might seem counterintuitive, but it was probably because there is slightly more weight in the back on the 4wd model making the weight balance better. What's more, on wet and slippery roads there was a distinct lack of wheel spin from the front wheels on the vehicles with 4wd. All told, the 4wd option is worthwhile.  the steering felt connected although it was a tad light in feel. Judging from the performance of the v6-powered tucson we expect performance to be anemic especially with an automatic transmission. However, hyundai does not expect this to be a popular model. summaryhyundai has come a long way in terms of quality and reputation in the past few years. What's more it costs hundreds of dollars less than its rivals yet it is loaded with features.  the tucson is not a sporty vehicle, but the v6 engine provides enough power to satisfy most people. Overall, the tucson is the right sort of car for someone looking for a roomy entry-level vehicle that costs less than its rivals, yet includes plenty of state-of-the-art safety features, lots of comfort and convenience feat. Anti-lock Brakes✔ Power Mirrors✔ Tachometer✔ Power Windows✔ Power Locks✔ Sunroof/Moonroof✔ Air Conditioning✔ CD Changer✔ Alloy Wheels
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2012 Hyundai Tucson FWD 4dr I4 Auto GLS
3
  • suv
  • 2,959 below average
  • 9,995 great
  • Tampa, FL
  • 3 months
  • autoshopper.com
  • 2,959 below average suv gasoline blue
2012 hyundai tucson review this car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale. Upgrades add more value to compact suv. introductionhyundai continues to refine and upgrade the tucson, its compact-crossover suv. Features such as turn-signal repeaters and sophisticated sachs amplitude-selective shock absorbers, previously reserved for the top-end limited model, are now standard on the mid-range gls as well. And those are only the highlights.  the 2012 hyundai tucson lineup begins with the value-priced, front-wheel-drive tucson gl. Power is provided by a 176-horsepower 2. 4-liter engine. Hyundai’s superb 6-speed automatic is standard, and for 2012 comes with new active eco technology, which makes the response of the engine and transmission smoother to changes in throttle position over time. Hyundai says this can yield as much as a 7-percent gain in real-world fuel economy. Epa ratings for the 2. 4-liter tucson with active eco are 22/32 mpg with front-wheel drive and 21/28 mpg with all-wheel drive. New low-rolling-resistance silica tires contribute to those numbers.  inside, the cabin is a model of straightforwardness and simplicity. It's excellent ergonomically, meaning everything is easy to reach and operate. The materials are nice. The seats are supportive and comfortable. Tucson skillfully tricks the eye, to its benefit. Just as the huge audi q7 manages to appear smaller and more athletic than it is, the tucson does just the opposite. Its high beltline and squinty side-window configuration make the tucson appear larger and more capacious than it really is. For 2012 solar glass becomes standard also, with privacy glass in rear windows. Tucson gl comes standard with the 5-speed manual but is available with hyundai's 6-speed automatic transmission 20,245), which includes cruise control. The gl is front-wheel drive only.  tucson gls 2wd 22,295) upgrades with leatherette upholstery with cloth inserts, leather-wrapped wheel and shifter, bluetooth hands-free phone, illuminated vanity mirrors and glovebox, cruise control, steering wheel audio and cruise controls, faux leather inner door trim, soft-touch interior paint, black garnish moldings, silver roof rails, 17-inch alloy wheels, bodycolor door handles, heated fold-away outside mirrors, and an engine cover. New for 2012 are low-rolling-resistance tires, turn-signal repeaters in the outside mirrors, and asd shock absorbers from sachs. The gls comes standard with the 6-speed automatic; it is available with awd and heated front seats 23,945).  tucson limited 24,995) and limited awd 26,495) upgrade to leather seating, heated front seats, eight-way adjustable driver's seat, power lumbar support for driver and front passenger, dual-zone automatic temperature control, cargo cover, chrome grille and door handles, automatic headlights, front foglights, front wiper de-icer, an auto-dimming inside mirror with homelink, and 18-inch alloy wheels. All-wheel drive is optional. walkaroundthe hyundai tucson takes advantage of the current european taste for dynamic thrusting forms and aggressive angularities. It has swoopy lines darting to and fro along its flanks, nose and tail. A huge, deeply slanted windshield provides excellent forward perspective for the driver, but for rear seat passengers, looking out of the tucson's narrow side windows is a little like peering out the gun slit of an armored car.  there will be those who find the tucson's exterior a little busy looking, while others will find that standing next to the tucson and looking down its door sides, it looks oddly slab-sided, bigger and heavier than it really is.  as always, there is ample room for debate about the tucson's styling. The one point that is not debatable is this crossover's high expectations. Its styling is up to the minute, as aggressive as any crossover in the world market. The front seats are excellent both in terms of firm support and quality leather. This hyundai gets an a-plus in the avoiding annoyances category.  the dashboard's black pebble-grain covering is handsome and anything but econo class. The dashboard instruments are straightforward and dignified, with a water temperature and fuel gauge delivered in electronic readouts. To the left of the steering column are controls for hill assist, a stability-control off switch and the differential locker control. Cruise control and audio switches are provided on the steering wheel, with phone controls partially hidden inside the wheel rim.  the center console is simply laid out, offering audio controls, a navigation system and bluetooth mp3 capability. Here we encountered one weakness in the tucson, its forward-slanting navigation screen was all but blinded by glare on sunny days. On the other hand, it is blessedly straightforward to use, with a proper radial knob provided for tuning the audio. Defrost front and rear and individual seat-heater controls are easily selected, while xm is the satellite server of choice, and it should be. Life should always be this easy. But in too many other cars, it isn't. The 2. 4-liter engine is rated 176 horsepower at 6000 rpm and 168 pound-feet of torque at 4000 rpm. Although hyundai claims larger real-world gains for the new active eco function, epa-estimated fuel economy for the 2012 2. 4-liter tucson engine is up only slightly over last year’s model, from 22/31 to 22/32 mpg city/highway with front-wheel drive.  the hyundai-designed 6-speed automatic transmission is smooth-shifting and excellent, giving the tucson a big advantage in efficiency over other vehicles in its class. Additionally, its manual shifting capability is particularly good. The 2. 0-liter produces 165 horsepower at 6200 rpm and 146 pound-feet at 4600. We haven't driven the tucson gl with the 2. 0-liter engine. As the gl is not significantly lighter than the gls, we have to suspect that performance suffers accordingly. The automatic 2. 0-liter is also equipped with the new active eco system, but its epa ratings remain the same as last year’s, at 23/31 mpg city/highwa. Cruise Control✔ AM/FM✔ Power Windows✔ Air Conditioning✔ Sunroof/Moonroof✔ Bluetooth✔ Navigation System✔ Alloy Wheels
9,995 Tampa, FLTampa, FL 3 months at autoshopper.com
2005 Hyundai Tucson - Pontiac, IL
3
  • suv
  • 4,900 fair
  • Peoria, IL
  • 2 months
  • freeclassifieds.com
  • suv gasoline
Bucket Seats✔ Power Locks✔ Power Windows✔ AM/FM✔ Cruise Control✔ Air Conditioning✔ CD Player✔ Aluminum Wheels
4,900 Peoria, ILPeoria, IL 2 months at freeclassifieds.com
2012 Hyundai Tucson 4 Door Wagon
2
  • suv 17,512
  • 18,863 overpriced
  • Anchorage, AK
  • 2 months
  • autoshopper.com
  • suv 17,512 gasoline white
2012 hyundai tucson review this car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale. Upgrades add more value to compact suv. introductionhyundai continues to refine and upgrade the tucson, its compact-crossover suv. Features such as turn-signal repeaters and sophisticated sachs amplitude-selective shock absorbers, previously reserved for the top-end limited model, are now standard on the mid-range gls as well. And those are only the highlights.  the 2012 hyundai tucson lineup begins with the value-priced, front-wheel-drive tucson gl. Power is provided by a 176-horsepower 2. 4-liter engine. Hyundai’s superb 6-speed automatic is standard, and for 2012 comes with new active eco technology, which makes the response of the engine and transmission smoother to changes in throttle position over time. Hyundai says this can yield as much as a 7-percent gain in real-world fuel economy. Epa ratings for the 2. 4-liter tucson with active eco are 22/32 mpg with front-wheel drive and 21/28 mpg with all-wheel drive. New low-rolling-resistance silica tires contribute to those numbers.  inside, the cabin is a model of straightforwardness and simplicity. It's excellent ergonomically, meaning everything is easy to reach and operate. The materials are nice. The seats are supportive and comfortable. Tucson skillfully tricks the eye, to its benefit. Just as the huge audi q7 manages to appear smaller and more athletic than it is, the tucson does just the opposite. Its high beltline and squinty side-window configuration make the tucson appear larger and more capacious than it really is. For 2012 solar glass becomes standard also, with privacy glass in rear windows. Tucson gl comes standard with the 5-speed manual but is available with hyundai's 6-speed automatic transmission 20,245), which includes cruise control. The gl is front-wheel drive only.  tucson gls 2wd 22,295) upgrades with leatherette upholstery with cloth inserts, leather-wrapped wheel and shifter, bluetooth hands-free phone, illuminated vanity mirrors and glovebox, cruise control, steering wheel audio and cruise controls, faux leather inner door trim, soft-touch interior paint, black garnish moldings, silver roof rails, 17-inch alloy wheels, bodycolor door handles, heated fold-away outside mirrors, and an engine cover. New for 2012 are low-rolling-resistance tires, turn-signal repeaters in the outside mirrors, and asd shock absorbers from sachs. The gls comes standard with the 6-speed automatic; it is available with awd and heated front seats 23,945).  tucson limited 24,995) and limited awd 26,495) upgrade to leather seating, heated front seats, eight-way adjustable driver's seat, power lumbar support for driver and front passenger, dual-zone automatic temperature control, cargo cover, chrome grille and door handles, automatic headlights, front foglights, front wiper de-icer, an auto-dimming inside mirror with homelink, and 18-inch alloy wheels. All-wheel drive is optional. walkaroundthe hyundai tucson takes advantage of the current european taste for dynamic thrusting forms and aggressive angularities. It has swoopy lines darting to and fro along its flanks, nose and tail. A huge, deeply slanted windshield provides excellent forward perspective for the driver, but for rear seat passengers, looking out of the tucson's narrow side windows is a little like peering out the gun slit of an armored car.  there will be those who find the tucson's exterior a little busy looking, while others will find that standing next to the tucson and looking down its door sides, it looks oddly slab-sided, bigger and heavier than it really is.  as always, there is ample room for debate about the tucson's styling. The one point that is not debatable is this crossover's high expectations. Its styling is up to the minute, as aggressive as any crossover in the world market. The front seats are excellent both in terms of firm support and quality leather. This hyundai gets an a-plus in the avoiding annoyances category.  the dashboard's black pebble-grain covering is handsome and anything but econo class. The dashboard instruments are straightforward and dignified, with a water temperature and fuel gauge delivered in electronic readouts. To the left of the steering column are controls for hill assist, a stability-control off switch and the differential locker control. Cruise control and audio switches are provided on the steering wheel, with phone controls partially hidden inside the wheel rim.  the center console is simply laid out, offering audio controls, a navigation system and bluetooth mp3 capability. Here we encountered one weakness in the tucson, its forward-slanting navigation screen was all but blinded by glare on sunny days. On the other hand, it is blessedly straightforward to use, with a proper radial knob provided for tuning the audio. Defrost front and rear and individual seat-heater controls are easily selected, while xm is the satellite server of choice, and it should be. Life should always be this easy. But in too many other cars, it isn't. The 2. 4-liter engine is rated 176 horsepower at 6000 rpm and 168 pound-feet of torque at 4000 rpm. Although hyundai claims larger real-world gains for the new active eco function, epa-estimated fuel economy for the 2012 2. 4-liter tucson engine is up only slightly over last year’s model, from 22/31 to 22/32 mpg city/highway with front-wheel drive.  the hyundai-designed 6-speed automatic transmission is smooth-shifting and excellent, giving the tucson a big advantage in efficiency over other vehicles in its class. Additionally, its manual shifting capability is particularly good. The 2. 0-liter produces 165 horsepower at 6200 rpm and 146 pound-feet at 4600. We haven't driven the tucson gl with the 2. 0-liter engine. As the gl is not significantly lighter than the gls, we have to suspect that performance suffers accordingly. The automatic 2. 0-liter is also equipped with the new active eco system, but its epa ratings remain the same as last year’s, at 23/31 mpg city/highwa. Cruise Control✔ AM/FM✔ Power Windows✔ Air Conditioning✔ Sunroof/Moonroof✔ Bluetooth✔ Navigation System✔ Alloy Wheels
18,863 Anchorage, AKAnchorage, AK 2 months at autoshopper.com
2012 Hyundai Tucson 4d Wagon FWD GLS
1
  • suv
  • 16,995 high price
  • Palmdale, CA
  • 2 months
  • autoshopper.com
  • suv gasoline white automatic
2012 hyundai tucson review this car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale. Upgrades add more value to compact suv. introductionhyundai continues to refine and upgrade the tucson, its compact-crossover suv. Features such as turn-signal repeaters and sophisticated sachs amplitude-selective shock absorbers, previously reserved for the top-end limited model, are now standard on the mid-range gls as well. And those are only the highlights.  the 2012 hyundai tucson lineup begins with the value-priced, front-wheel-drive tucson gl. Power is provided by a 176-horsepower 2. 4-liter engine. Hyundai’s superb 6-speed automatic is standard, and for 2012 comes with new active eco technology, which makes the response of the engine and transmission smoother to changes in throttle position over time. Hyundai says this can yield as much as a 7-percent gain in real-world fuel economy. Epa ratings for the 2. 4-liter tucson with active eco are 22/32 mpg with front-wheel drive and 21/28 mpg with all-wheel drive. New low-rolling-resistance silica tires contribute to those numbers.  inside, the cabin is a model of straightforwardness and simplicity. It's excellent ergonomically, meaning everything is easy to reach and operate. The materials are nice. The seats are supportive and comfortable. Tucson skillfully tricks the eye, to its benefit. Just as the huge audi q7 manages to appear smaller and more athletic than it is, the tucson does just the opposite. Its high beltline and squinty side-window configuration make the tucson appear larger and more capacious than it really is. For 2012 solar glass becomes standard also, with privacy glass in rear windows. Tucson gl comes standard with the 5-speed manual but is available with hyundai's 6-speed automatic transmission 20,245), which includes cruise control. The gl is front-wheel drive only.  tucson gls 2wd 22,295) upgrades with leatherette upholstery with cloth inserts, leather-wrapped wheel and shifter, bluetooth hands-free phone, illuminated vanity mirrors and glovebox, cruise control, steering wheel audio and cruise controls, faux leather inner door trim, soft-touch interior paint, black garnish moldings, silver roof rails, 17-inch alloy wheels, bodycolor door handles, heated fold-away outside mirrors, and an engine cover. New for 2012 are low-rolling-resistance tires, turn-signal repeaters in the outside mirrors, and asd shock absorbers from sachs. The gls comes standard with the 6-speed automatic; it is available with awd and heated front seats 23,945).  tucson limited 24,995) and limited awd 26,495) upgrade to leather seating, heated front seats, eight-way adjustable driver's seat, power lumbar support for driver and front passenger, dual-zone automatic temperature control, cargo cover, chrome grille and door handles, automatic headlights, front foglights, front wiper de-icer, an auto-dimming inside mirror with homelink, and 18-inch alloy wheels. All-wheel drive is optional. walkaroundthe hyundai tucson takes advantage of the current european taste for dynamic thrusting forms and aggressive angularities. It has swoopy lines darting to and fro along its flanks, nose and tail. A huge, deeply slanted windshield provides excellent forward perspective for the driver, but for rear seat passengers, looking out of the tucson's narrow side windows is a little like peering out the gun slit of an armored car.  there will be those who find the tucson's exterior a little busy looking, while others will find that standing next to the tucson and looking down its door sides, it looks oddly slab-sided, bigger and heavier than it really is.  as always, there is ample room for debate about the tucson's styling. The one point that is not debatable is this crossover's high expectations. Its styling is up to the minute, as aggressive as any crossover in the world market. The front seats are excellent both in terms of firm support and quality leather. This hyundai gets an a-plus in the avoiding annoyances category.  the dashboard's black pebble-grain covering is handsome and anything but econo class. The dashboard instruments are straightforward and dignified, with a water temperature and fuel gauge delivered in electronic readouts. To the left of the steering column are controls for hill assist, a stability-control off switch and the differential locker control. Cruise control and audio switches are provided on the steering wheel, with phone controls partially hidden inside the wheel rim.  the center console is simply laid out, offering audio controls, a navigation system and bluetooth mp3 capability. Here we encountered one weakness in the tucson, its forward-slanting navigation screen was all but blinded by glare on sunny days. On the other hand, it is blessedly straightforward to use, with a proper radial knob provided for tuning the audio. Defrost front and rear and individual seat-heater controls are easily selected, while xm is the satellite server of choice, and it should be. Life should always be this easy. But in too many other cars, it isn't. The 2. 4-liter engine is rated 176 horsepower at 6000 rpm and 168 pound-feet of torque at 4000 rpm. Although hyundai claims larger real-world gains for the new active eco function, epa-estimated fuel economy for the 2012 2. 4-liter tucson engine is up only slightly over last year’s model, from 22/31 to 22/32 mpg city/highway with front-wheel drive.  the hyundai-designed 6-speed automatic transmission is smooth-shifting and excellent, giving the tucson a big advantage in efficiency over other vehicles in its class. Additionally, its manual shifting capability is particularly good. The 2. 0-liter produces 165 horsepower at 6200 rpm and 146 pound-feet at 4600. We haven't driven the tucson gl with the 2. 0-liter engine. As the gl is not significantly lighter than the gls, we have to suspect that performance suffers accordingly. The automatic 2. 0-liter is also equipped with the new active eco system, but its epa ratings remain the same as last year’s, at 23/31 mpg city/highwa. Cruise Control✔ AM/FM✔ Power Windows✔ Air Conditioning✔ Sunroof/Moonroof✔ Bluetooth✔ Navigation System✔ Alloy Wheels
16,995 Palmdale, CAPalmdale, CA 2 months at autoshopper.com
2012 Hyundai Tucson AWD GLS 4dr SUV
3
  • suv 100,731
  • 959 below average
  • 11,995 fair
  • Vineland, NJ
  • 3 months
  • autoshopper.com
  • 959 below average suv 100,731 gasoline grey automatic
2012 hyundai tucson review this car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale. Upgrades add more value to compact suv. introductionhyundai continues to refine and upgrade the tucson, its compact-crossover suv. Features such as turn-signal repeaters and sophisticated sachs amplitude-selective shock absorbers, previously reserved for the top-end limited model, are now standard on the mid-range gls as well. And those are only the highlights.  the 2012 hyundai tucson lineup begins with the value-priced, front-wheel-drive tucson gl. Power is provided by a 176-horsepower 2. 4-liter engine. Hyundai’s superb 6-speed automatic is standard, and for 2012 comes with new active eco technology, which makes the response of the engine and transmission smoother to changes in throttle position over time. Hyundai says this can yield as much as a 7-percent gain in real-world fuel economy. Epa ratings for the 2. 4-liter tucson with active eco are 22/32 mpg with front-wheel drive and 21/28 mpg with all-wheel drive. New low-rolling-resistance silica tires contribute to those numbers.  inside, the cabin is a model of straightforwardness and simplicity. It's excellent ergonomically, meaning everything is easy to reach and operate. The materials are nice. The seats are supportive and comfortable. Tucson skillfully tricks the eye, to its benefit. Just as the huge audi q7 manages to appear smaller and more athletic than it is, the tucson does just the opposite. Its high beltline and squinty side-window configuration make the tucson appear larger and more capacious than it really is. For 2012 solar glass becomes standard also, with privacy glass in rear windows. Tucson gl comes standard with the 5-speed manual but is available with hyundai's 6-speed automatic transmission 20,245), which includes cruise control. The gl is front-wheel drive only.  tucson gls 2wd 22,295) upgrades with leatherette upholstery with cloth inserts, leather-wrapped wheel and shifter, bluetooth hands-free phone, illuminated vanity mirrors and glovebox, cruise control, steering wheel audio and cruise controls, faux leather inner door trim, soft-touch interior paint, black garnish moldings, silver roof rails, 17-inch alloy wheels, bodycolor door handles, heated fold-away outside mirrors, and an engine cover. New for 2012 are low-rolling-resistance tires, turn-signal repeaters in the outside mirrors, and asd shock absorbers from sachs. The gls comes standard with the 6-speed automatic; it is available with awd and heated front seats 23,945).  tucson limited 24,995) and limited awd 26,495) upgrade to leather seating, heated front seats, eight-way adjustable driver's seat, power lumbar support for driver and front passenger, dual-zone automatic temperature control, cargo cover, chrome grille and door handles, automatic headlights, front foglights, front wiper de-icer, an auto-dimming inside mirror with homelink, and 18-inch alloy wheels. All-wheel drive is optional. walkaroundthe hyundai tucson takes advantage of the current european taste for dynamic thrusting forms and aggressive angularities. It has swoopy lines darting to and fro along its flanks, nose and tail. A huge, deeply slanted windshield provides excellent forward perspective for the driver, but for rear seat passengers, looking out of the tucson's narrow side windows is a little like peering out the gun slit of an armored car.  there will be those who find the tucson's exterior a little busy looking, while others will find that standing next to the tucson and looking down its door sides, it looks oddly slab-sided, bigger and heavier than it really is.  as always, there is ample room for debate about the tucson's styling. The one point that is not debatable is this crossover's high expectations. Its styling is up to the minute, as aggressive as any crossover in the world market. The front seats are excellent both in terms of firm support and quality leather. This hyundai gets an a-plus in the avoiding annoyances category.  the dashboard's black pebble-grain covering is handsome and anything but econo class. The dashboard instruments are straightforward and dignified, with a water temperature and fuel gauge delivered in electronic readouts. To the left of the steering column are controls for hill assist, a stability-control off switch and the differential locker control. Cruise control and audio switches are provided on the steering wheel, with phone controls partially hidden inside the wheel rim.  the center console is simply laid out, offering audio controls, a navigation system and bluetooth mp3 capability. Here we encountered one weakness in the tucson, its forward-slanting navigation screen was all but blinded by glare on sunny days. On the other hand, it is blessedly straightforward to use, with a proper radial knob provided for tuning the audio. Defrost front and rear and individual seat-heater controls are easily selected, while xm is the satellite server of choice, and it should be. Life should always be this easy. But in too many other cars, it isn't. The 2. 4-liter engine is rated 176 horsepower at 6000 rpm and 168 pound-feet of torque at 4000 rpm. Although hyundai claims larger real-world gains for the new active eco function, epa-estimated fuel economy for the 2012 2. 4-liter tucson engine is up only slightly over last year’s model, from 22/31 to 22/32 mpg city/highway with front-wheel drive.  the hyundai-designed 6-speed automatic transmission is smooth-shifting and excellent, giving the tucson a big advantage in efficiency over other vehicles in its class. Additionally, its manual shifting capability is particularly good. The 2. 0-liter produces 165 horsepower at 6200 rpm and 146 pound-feet at 4600. We haven't driven the tucson gl with the 2. 0-liter engine. As the gl is not significantly lighter than the gls, we have to suspect that performance suffers accordingly. The automatic 2. 0-liter is also equipped with the new active eco system, but its epa ratings remain the same as last year’s, at 23/31 mpg city/highwa. Cruise Control✔ AM/FM✔ Power Windows✔ Air Conditioning✔ Sunroof/Moonroof✔ Bluetooth✔ Navigation System✔ Alloy Wheels
11,995 Vineland, NJVineland, NJ 3 months at autoshopper.com
2005 Hyundai Tucson - Baton Rouge, LA
3
  • suv
  • 4,999 fair
  • Baton Rouge, LA
  • 3 months
  • freeclassifieds.com
  • suv
2005 hyundai tucson - baton rouge, ladouble k auto salesbaton rouge, la 70819ph: 2252758555web: www. Power Windows✔ Power Locks✔ AM/FM✔ Cruise Control
4,999 Baton Rouge, LABaton Rouge, LA 3 months at freeclassifieds.com
2005 Hyundai Tucson - .
3
  • suv 129,710
  • 4,999 fair
  • Baton Rouge, LA
  • 3 months
  • carsforsale.com
  • suv 129,710 gasoline blue automatic
Power Windows✔ Power Locks✔ AM/FM✔ Cruise Control
4,999 Baton Rouge, LABaton Rouge, LA 3 months at carsforsale.com
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