Hyundai Prepares To Bring Some Spice Towards The Dull CUV Segment – Can The Tucson Be Noticeable Inside Crowd?
(By Tom Lohnes) – Having experienced numerous compact crossovers, I often have them confused. With more than 20 entries in portion, there are a great number of them and not one of them is all that great. One i am going to never be mistaking though, could be the next generation Hyundai Tuscon, which takes a bold brand new help an extremely boring class and generally seems to make actions forward in front of the competition.
Competing with bestsellers such as the Toyota RAV4, Nissan Rogue, Honda CR-V, and Mazda CX-5, that are all essentially the same automobiles manufactured by different companies, its difficult to remember the Hyundai Tuscon in all of the. In fact, when I saw this today, I thought it absolutely was a fresh nameplate. Then I Googled it, and remembered the first-gen model.
Anyhow, this next-gen Tuscon holds bold styling over from Elantra and Sonata sedans translating it perfectly into a crossover. Sporting a giant grille and Mustang-esque taillights, the Tuscon is a looker. In, the Tuscon features Hyundai’s brand new steering wheel, that will be fitted on every single new automobile Hyundai reveals, a 3D digital measure group (We don’t understand it either), and a 10.3-inch display that looks good and crisp. Powertrains stay similar, with the only exclusion being a CVT suited to the bottom 2.4-liter 4-pot as opposed to Hyundai’s violent DCT they’d before. AWD is available, and so is a differential lock to simply help in snow.
Pricing the new Tuscon comes in at $23,500 base, that will be competitive within the segment. I predict the Tuscon will actually sell very well because of it maybe not being a carbon content of every other CUV available.
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