SHARP TURNS: Hyundai goes big with the Tucson

2014-03-22T00:00:00Z SHARP TURNS: Hyundai goes big with the TucsonMATT SHARP nwitimes.com
March 22, 2014 12:00 am  • 

If you are looking for an SUV that can be a great family car, and be stylish enough to take your friends for a night out on the town, then the 2014 Hyundai Tucson is worth looking at. You will get all the space you want and more with 101.9 cu. Ft. of space for you and your passengers. Plus with the Tucson, agility and confidence go hand over hand with the Tucson’s nimble nature on the road and in tight places. Its tighter turning diameter offers a big advantage when navigating in places where every inch counts.

Just like with every other car, the Tucson is lead by powerful standard projector headlights with LED accents and available LED taillights. For those parts of the days where you don’t need the headlights, you can enjoy the panoramic sunroof that extends from the front seats to the back seats. Whatever the weather, hot or cold, Tucson offers features that protect you from the elements and even the people. Front solar glass keeps the glaring sun at bay while the rear privacy glass keeps wandering eyes from intruding. When the air turns frosty you’ll appreciate heated side mirrors with turn-signal indicators, all done up to match the color of your vehicle.

Along with all that space I talked about earlier, you get amazing comfort too. The leather-appointed seats with heated front seats and the dual-automatic climate control will ensure that you will always be the driver. Hyundaiusa.com talks about how you get to take complete control of your Tucson by saying, “Ease and accessibility start with steering-wheel-mounted audio and cruise controls. Well-lit gauges and a dash designed at the perfect angle for better visibility further enhance the driving experience. An intelligent multifunction trip computer keeps you updated about your average speed, average MPG and even how many miles to empty.”

To build on that is a 4.3-inch color touchscreen with a rearview camera option. Plus an available navigation system that would feature a 7-inch touch screen with HD Radio would also add to the control. The Tucson makes it easier to go from your car to the house. Perfect for the cold, dark winters, the integrated HomeLink transceiver allows you to switch on lights and open garage doors-all without getting out of your car.

The Tucson GLS 2.0L 4-cylinder engine gets up to 29 MPG Highway. The SE and LIMITED’s 2.4L GDI engine steps up the horsepower to 182 and still delivers 28 MPG Highway. Engines that give you more horsepower and MPG are the key to providing you with a more fuel-efficient crossover.

You can purchase a 2014 Hyundai Tucson for a little under $22,000, but it could get up to a little over $26,000.

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