2016 Hyundai Tucson
21,736 Miles
$18,591

Ankeny, IA
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2011 Hyundai Tucson
80,188 Miles
$14,995

Salem, OR
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2010 Hyundai Tucson
98,551 Miles
$12,995

Salem, OR
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2014 Hyundai Tucson
83,361 Miles
$13,423

Schaumburg, IL
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2016 Hyundai Tucson
11,794 Miles
$19,990

Augusta, GA
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2016 Hyundai Tucson
23,121 Miles
$19,880

Kyle, TX
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2013 Hyundai Tucson
58,379 Miles
$16,980

Kyle, TX
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2012 Hyundai Tucson
48,414 Miles
$12,977

Rochelle, IL
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2016 Hyundai Tucson
15,002 Miles
$22,286

Vancouver, WA
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2014 Hyundai Tucson
42,338 Miles
$16,898

Maryville, TN
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2016 Hyundai Tucson
34,067 Miles
$17,758

Ridgeland, MS
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2010 Hyundai Tucson
86,080 Miles
$11,200

Fairless Hills, PA
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2016 Hyundai Tucson
10,735 Miles
$28,989

Madison, WI
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2007 Hyundai Tucson
89,620 Miles
$7,500

Portsmouth, NH
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2014 Hyundai Tucson
35,124 Miles
$22,861

Loveland, CO
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2014 Hyundai Tucson
34,346 Miles
$16,744

Jacksonville, FL
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2013 Hyundai Tucson
17,877 Miles
$15,760

Jacksonville, FL
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2014 Hyundai Tucson
25,308 Miles
$19,000

Huntsville, AL
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2015 Hyundai Tucson
9,601 Miles
$22,985

Wichita, KS
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2016 Hyundai Tucson
32,106 Miles
$19,889

Decatur, AL
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Hyundai Tucson Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.2
Value
4.3
Performance
3.9
Style
4.4
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
3.8
Maintenance
4.2

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Hyundai Tucson Owner Ratings & Reviews

2007 Hyundai Tucson -

Anchorage, Alaska
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
3.0
I purchased the vehicle because I needed more control in an area of poor weather. I lived in Alaska on the top of a mountain and in the winter they don't always get around to shoveling. I wanted an SUV, but I wanted something that was manual transmission, something that had decent gas mileage, and something that wouldn't cost me a fortune. This was the best option at the time and I am very happy with the way it worked out. I've now put over 110,000 miles on it and I've been in 2 major accidents. I also had problems with a blown head gasket and, even though my car was out of warranty, the warranty company was willing to pick up 70% of the parts cost for replacing the engine.
Story
I used to throw my dog in the back and we would drive to the middle of Alaska and go camping somewhere. We had a really great time driving out to the middle of nowhere and just exploring.
Pros
I have a vehicle large enough to throw all my gear in. It didn't cost me a fortune and I've put some really hard miles on it. I love that it is manual and that I can have better control of the vehicle in the winter months when things are more slippery. I've had it for almost 10 years now and it doesn't look outdated. I really liked the 10 year, 10,000 mile warranty and when I had problems with my engine, it wasn't a fight to get them to fix it.
Cons
Some of the interior features are cheap. I like having a clean car and there are some areas that just don't stay clean no matter what I do to it. I would have liked to have had some other options for features, like a moon roof, or automatic start, or cruise control and my car doesn't have any of those. I also don't like that I need to be so close to the wheel to reach the pedals. They should have designed the vehicle to be able to have pedal extenders or something.

2013 Hyundai Tucson - Persistence paid off

East Los Angeles, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
My girlfriend was very specific about our next car - it needed to be a Hyundai Tucson because neither one of us had enjoyed a spacious car in years, and the Tucson has tons of room. It needed to be Kiwi Green because she insisted that it "match" the car she'd driven for 10 years - a Kiwi Green Hyundai Accent. I really just wanted a car, any car, any color... But we'd be sharing this car and splitting the cost, so I accepted her specifications, only to discover that finding a green Tucson - used, under $15,000, under 50,000 miles - was no easy task. After a while though, I really enjoyed the seemingly fruitless search for this elusive car. I test drove some non-green Tucsions along the way and really liked the size, the sturdiness, the feel, the look, the sound (it's quiet for a small S... (more)
Story
Someone tried to enter our car when it was parked at a Target store parking lot. But the woman had a valid excuse. She had her own nearly identical Tucson one aisle over and just made an innocent mistake.
Pros
The comfortable temperature of the interior during the hot summer months. The overall safety of the car. Safety is hard to judge accurately, but I never feel like the car is out of my control. The unique green color, which is made more striking by the fact that Hyundai discontinued "Kiwi Green" on the Tucson in 2015. Solid transmission.
Cons
For a larger vehicle, it should have a little more storage space - for drinks, phone chargers, etc. The spare tire seems way too small - even smaller than the typical spare. I checked with Hyundai after I bought the car used to make sure it was a legitimate spare. Yes, that's the spare. Haven't had to use it yet.

2016 Hyundai Tucson - A small, but great SUV for the price

Tallahassee, Florida
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
I have a white Tucson SE with grey and burgundy-ish leather interior. I love that it has a backup camera, though it is small and not very clear. The car gets very good fuel economy for a crossover/SUV, especially with the ECO button on and the controls on the steering wheel/dashboard are very intuitive, so it doesn't take long to figure out how everything works. I had a Hyundai Sonata before and the cabin was about the same size, but the Tucson is much shorter, which makes parking much easier.
Story
I took this car to pick up a cat I had seen advertised on a shelter's website. On the way back, I let her roam around the car and she ended up taking a nap on my lap with her paws in the cupholders.
Pros
The best thing about the Tucson SE is the massive amount of interior space. It is small, but it's very wide; wider even than my dad's jeep. I love this because I like going to thrift stores and garage sales and fixing up old furniture. I never had to worry about whether I'd be able to fit my new treasures in my car. I also really like that the fuel light has 2 different modes. It lights up like any other car's would when the gas gets low, but it also starts blinking when you're about halfway through your last leg, so you are reminded that you really need to stop for gas.
Cons
My biggest complaint is the quality. Everything feels cheap and plastic---like it will just pop off and break. Within 1 month of getting my car, the lock for my headrest broke and the seal on my passenger-side back door came off. The leather is hard and not of good quality either and stains very easily. Also, a larger problem with the Hyundai make, overall, is that the air conditioner always smells bad. In both my Tucson and in my previous Sonata, the A/C started smelling like chemicals within 2 or 3 months of use.