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I have had several SUV's (Ford Escape and a Chev. Tracker)...both had retractable shelfs and I ended up even taking them out until it was time to trade-in.With the tinted windows, I figured it was difficult to look in that area anyway.
With a first year model, there will always be several complaints that I am sure will be addressed the following model year. I have read that a lot of the manufacturers have people that read the Edmunds forums just to get "better" suggestions for the coming model year. Whether Hyundai does this or not, I do not know...but I hope so.
One of the very worst features of the vehicle.
for each change. If you are doing that and it still resets, maybe you have a sticky button?
Holding it down resets it.
All feedback appreciated.......tks, ez.
They are not perforated in the centre panels like the factory leather seats but the leather is thicker and has a better feel.
Do the rails for the Santa Fe fit the Tucson?
I have a 2002 honda cr-v and here in hawaii its mostly stop and go traffic. I get about 22mpg.
that start to get their best mileage after
thoroughly broken in, around 10-15,000 miles.
You have to give us more details...accessories,...does the $24,000.00 include yor taxes, dealer fees...What??? Did you have a trade-in? If so, what make, model, year and how much did they allow you for same???
For those of you who purchased a Tucson - aren't you wary of purchasing a car in its first model year? Has this model been produced for other markets before the North American model launch?
I'm seriously considering a Tucson, but am a little put off by the plasticky dash and door panels. I think it makes a lot of sense to have soft touch areas where your hands normally go. Still haven't test driven one, but am anxious to see if the interior is as quiet as stated. I'm a long time Hyundai owner and currently have an '03 2.4L Santa Fe. I enjoy it a lot but would like to have 4WD and a little more powerful engine. I'm just going to wait till Sept./Oct. and see if I can get the kind of deal I'd like (maybe on an '06).
I will never touch and feel the dashboard. The only parts important to be pleasant to touch are the places you "normally" touch, such as armrests, door handles etc.. Not things you touch once in a showroom just out of curiosity to see if they are soft or not (top of dashboard, center console etc.).
If you have no qualms about your Tucson, I'm happy for you. I'm strongly considering one too!
I think I got a great deal and can't wait to take delivery tomorrow...
I liked the Tuscon but I don't think it is big enough for me.
I test drove the automatic model and enjoyed it, but a real stick would liven up my commute a bit more.
I'm pleased to see all the additional activity on this board lately. Congratulations to all the new Tucs owners!
I'm curious. Is that pronounced "tucks" or "toose?"