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2016 Hyundai Tucson OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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3.5
Comfort
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4.5
Reliability
4.8
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Morristown, Tennessee
4.0
Best inexpensive SUV.
In 2016 I began shopping for an SUV that was both affordable and had AWD. I found a few Hyundai Tucson's and Santa Fe's online at a local dealership and wanted to go check them out. I showed up and looked at a very nice Santa Fe model they had that was equipped with heated seats and a moon roof along with several other bells and whistles. I came in and was told the price about $9000 over what I wanted to spend. They then showed me a base model Tucson AWD they had just received that week. It was still in the detailing phase. I test drove it and loved it. It was all that I needed in a vehicle although I really did like the loaded Santa Fe model and may consider buying it in the future. Anyway I bought the Tucson and have no regrets about it. It performed well in the first snow I drove in. I live in the south so we don't get many snow days here but when we do it can get dicey. I was so happy about the ease of driving in bad weather conditions. There are a few other drive modes; ECO and Sport. The gas mileage is terrific I get about 24 mpg on average on highway but that can go up. It has a smaller gas tank and 4 cylinder engine. I don't spend much on gas at all. Another feature I really appreciate is the Bluetooth technology and voice command for making phone calls.
Kate
Kate
Lakewood Park, Florida
4.0
Great overall value in its class
The Hyundai Tucson offers, in my opinion, the best value in its class when you select the limited trim. With this option, you get all the bells and whistles for slightly over 31,000 brand new.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
5.0
Excellent, sporty, safe.
I was looking for four things when I was car shopping: safety, affordability, drive quality, and aesthetic. This car is highly rated in safety and I have never had reason to be concerned about it's performance on the road. With smaller cars I've felt like a sneeze could send me into the median, and with larger vans/trucks it feels like you're driving a bathtub full of water. The Tucson has enough space that I can still drive it for a family weekend camping, but it drives like a much sportier car and I never have to worry about not fitting in a narrow parking spot. The car itself was affordable, and the savings I've made though not paying as much for gas as I did with my last car is just the cherry on top.