Used 2013 Hyundai Tuscon SUV Crossover Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons of the 2013 Hyundai Tuscon SUV Crossover

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 Pros Sporty exterior styling appeals to a large audience.

 Pros Exceptional value for the price.

 Pros Choice of two extremely fuel-efficient engines.

 Pros Increased control with six-speed SHIFTRONIC transmission.

 Pros Refined interior looks like it should be in a much more expensive vehicle.

 Pros Plenty of technology features available.

 Pros Affordable price.

 Pros Active eco-system modifies transmission and engine response for increased efficiency.

 Pros Smooth and comfortable ride.

 Pros Expected to score incredibly well in crash tests like last year’s model.

 Pros Electric-power steering is nicely weighted for a better connection with the road.

 Pros Manual transmission is available, which some prefer.

 Cons Ride is a little overly firm, especially if you add the 18-inch wheels.

 Cons V6 engine is not available, which many consumers prefer in an SUV.

 Cons Limited towing capacity.

 Cons Rear seat does not offer much legroom, so adults will find themselves cramped on a long ride.

 Cons Cargo capacity does not compare to others in this segment.

 Cons Rear seat entertainment system is not available.

 Cons All-wheel drive is an expensive option.

 Cons Telescoping steering wheel is not available on all trims, so some drivers will find it hard to achieve a comfortable driving position.