Full review of Used Hyundai Tucson 4×4 What Car?

12 May 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Full review of Used Hyundai Tucson 4×4 What Car?
Hyundai Tucson

What does it cost?

For Low good kit, large value for money

Hyundai 4×4 full review expert trade views

You buy a because of its low prices. Even as a new it costs a lot less than its rivals, but once it’s it’s a real bargain.

no shortage of equipment on any models, and all have plenty of space You can fit five adults in complete and the big boot – along with seats that slide and can be split 60/40 – gives it practicality.

However, there are areas where you can see where making sacrifices over a expensive car. The steering only has rake adjustment, for and some of the plastics look and rather low-rent.

On the road, too, the car is something of a The steering is vague and there’s body roll than in, a Nissan X-Trail, although it is controlled and the ride is composed at

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Good-value 4×4. CRTD best for and for holding value.


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As on most 4x4s, the diesel makes the best choice, of Naturally, it’s the lightest on but the extra pull low down in the rev means it’s ideal for and towing.

The 2.0-litre petrol is looking at, though, especially as its is not far short of the diesel’s. It’s the only engine available two- as well as four-wheel

The V6 is best avoided: the standard gearbox strangles the engine’s so it’s not that quick, and the of buying and running it are too high.

For the same reason there’s no to pay any more than for the basic, but well equipped, GSI models. You can up to CDX (standard on the V6), which has upholstery, a sunroof and climate rather than simple but we wouldn’t bother.

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Limited especially diesel, 2.0 CDX does though

James Ruppert

car guru

Compared with rivals such as the X-Trail, the looks a real bargain, as some models are beginning to the Hyundai network, leading to cheaper prices.

They’re inexpensive to run, too. get better fuel economy a Tucson than you will say, a Jeep Cherokee or Grand Vitara, and insurance are generally par for the course for a 4×4. the Kia Sportage really undercuts it, and then by a couple of groups.

Likewise, you should have to fear from routine expenses. It may cost more to the Tucson than an average but it’s no worse than 4x4s.

Hyundai’s five-year also should keep in check. Even if you need unscheduled work done, it be too pricey. Figures from Direct show that dealers have among the labour rates, and that repair costs for Hyundais are pretty cheap.


Good-value mid-size 4×4. best for driving and for holding

Martin Keighley


What Car? Used Car Guide

Possibly the Tucson’s attractive feature is its five-year from new, so any used will still have of cover left.

There any particular problems to worry however. The car is still relatively and no major problems have to light. Certainly, owners no cause for alarm as far as reliability is

However, fuel economy has a problem. Not only are drivers not the claimed figures, the onboard computer is calibrated in US gallons, its fuel economy readings in the UK.

Otherwise, we expect few problems the car. Figures from Direct show that rates on Hyundais are only a worse than those of and Toyotas, and the performance of other in JD Power surveys has always good – the Santa Fe finished in the top 20 in and the top 40 a year later.


Limited supplies especially 2.0 CDX does well though


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