Used 2012 Hyundai Tucson SUV Crossover Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons of the 2012 Hyundai Tucson SUV Crossover

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 Pros Really great fuel economy at an average of 20 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway.

 Pros Retuned suspension delivers a significantly higher ride quality over last year’s model.

 Pros Active Eco System modifies transmission and engine response for optimal fuel-economy regardless of the driver’s environment.

 Pros Weighted electric power steering makes Tucson a pleasure to handle.

 Pros Extremely stylish cabin.

 Pros Controls on dash are sized and laid out thoughtfully so they are easy to use.

 Pros Outstanding crash test ratings by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

 Pros Long list of safety features, including side airbags with rollover sensors.

 Cons The Tucson lacks power. Even the bigger engine is unrefined and slow off the line.

 Cons When compared to the completion, the Tucson fails miserably in terms of cargo capacity.

 Cons Ride quality is a little on the firm side.

 Cons Rear seat is small, does not recline and lacks leg room for adult passengers.

 Cons Not many technology features come standard, and there are not many to add on personalization either.

 Cons Exterior styling is a little boring for the taste of some.

 Cons AWD is only available on GLS and Limited models.