Vehicle Detail
2012 Hyundai Tucson1 Owner, Alloys, Remote Entry, Alloy Wheels, Certified SUV
Stock No:502871U
Odometer:119,759 km
Condition:Used
Exterior:White
Transmission:Automatic
Engine:176HP 2.4L 4 Cylinder Engine
Cylinders:4
Doors:4
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Drive Type:FWD
Fuel (L/100km):City 9.7Hwy 6.5
...the Tucson is quite nimble when you want to hustle through a few turns. Steering response is very good for a crossover and the electric assist feels natural. Even the dampers, a traditional difficulty for the Korean manufacturers to get right, are well tuned....
- Automobile
Thanks in part to its lowest-in-test curb weight, the Tucson posted the second-best 0-to-60-mph acceleration.
- Car and Driver
...everything is easy to reach and operate. The materials are nice. The seats are supportive and comfortable. There's plenty of room in both the front and rear seats, with comfortable seating for four, capability for five.
- New Car Test Drive
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Bluetooth, Rear View Camera, SiriusXM, Aluminum Wheels, Steering Wheel Audio Control!
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Out of all of your options for a compact crossover, this Hyundai Tucson stands out in a big way. The bold look, refined interior, and amazing versatility make it a capable, eager vehicle that's up for anything. It doesn't hurt that it comes with generous standard features and technology. For comfort, technology, and economy in one stylish package, look no further than this versatile Hyundai Tucson. This SUV has 119759 kms. It's white in colour. It has an automatic transmission and is powered by a 176HP 2.4L 4 Cylinder Engine. This vehicle has been upgraded with the following features: Bluetooth, Rear View Camera, Siriusxm, Aluminum Wheels, Steering Wheel Audio Control, Air Conditioning.
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2.4L DOHC MPI 16-valve CVVT I4 engine,6-speed automatic transmission w/OD -inc: Shiftronic, lock-up torque converter,Front wheel drive,12-volt battery w/battery saver,110-amp alternator,Active eco system,Independent MacPherson strut front suspension w/gas shock absorbers,Independent multi-link rear suspension w/gas shock absorbers,Front/rear stabilizer bars,Pwr motor driven engine RPM sensing rack & pinion steering,Front ventilated/rear solid disc brakes,17" x 6.5" alloy wheels,P225/60R17 LRR tires,Compact spare tire,Silver roof rails,Body-colour bumpers,Body-colour rear spoiler,Black/body-colour grille,Fog lamps,Body-colour foldable heated pwr mirrors,EZ lane change assist turn signals,Tinted glass w/windshield sunshade band *For windshield and front/rear/quarter/back*,Rear/quarter/back privacy glass,2-speed variable intermittent windshield wipers,Windshield wiper deicer,Rear wiper w/washer,Body-colour door handles,160-watt AM/FM stereo w/CD/MP3 player -inc: (6) speakers, XM satellite radio, iPod/USB/aux input jack,Roof-mounted antenna,60/40 split folding rear seat -inc: adjustable headrests, centre armrest w/dual cupholders,Leather centre console -inc: storage, (2) cupholders,Carpeted front & rear floor mats,Needle punch floor covering,4-spoke leather wrapped tilt/telescopic steering wheel,Instrumentation -inc: tachometer, coolant temp, trip odometer, speedometer, fuel level, odometer,Trip computer -inc: distance to empty, average fuel consumption, average speed, elapsed time, instant fuel consumption,Pwr windows -inc: driver auto-down, driver lock-out button,Remote hood/fuel door releases,Cruise control,Anti-theft system,Engine immobilizer,Air conditioning w/air filter,Rear seat heat ducts,Rear window defroster w/timer,Digital clock,Locking glove box,(3) 12V pwr outlets,Storage tray,Front & rear door map pockets w/bottle holders,Driver/passenger illuminated visor vanity mirrors -inc: extension, driver side ticket holder,(4) assist grips,Lighting -inc: front map lights, front sunglass holder, cargo area, glove box, front door courtesy, dome w/auto cut-off,Leather wrapped shift knob,Front seatback pockets,Coat hanger,Rear seat bag hook,(6) luggage net holders,4-wheel anti-lock brakes (ABS) -inc: electronic brake force distribution (EBD), brake assist,Shift interlock system,Traction control system (TCS) w/electronic stability control (ESC),Downhill brake control (DBC),Hillstart assist control (HAC),Hood buckling creases,Body-side reinforcement,Front/rear crumple zones,Driver/front passenger airbags -inc: occupant classification system (OCS),Driver/front passenger side-impact airbags,Front/rear side curtain airbags w/rollover sensors,3-point front seatbelts w/adjustable height shoulder belts -inc: pretensioners & load limiters,3-point rear seatbelts for all positions,Child-safety rear door locks,Lower anchors & tethers for children (LATCH) system,Energy-absorbing steering column,
The Hyundai Tucson features a sleek and fluid exterior design and competes in the popular CUV (Crossover Utility Vehicle) segment.

The Tucson is offered in front-wheel and four-wheel drive arrangements, and is available in GL (FWD only) GLS, and Limited trims. The GL is powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder with a standard five-speed manual or an optional six-speed automatic transmission. GLS and Limited trims receive a 176-hp 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine mated to either a six-speed manual transmission or a six-speed automatic transmission. Standard safety features include six-airbags, anti-lock brakes with electronic brake assist, electronic stability control, traction control and active front head restraints.

The Tucson receives minimal changes for 2012.

Introduction

Hyundai continues to refine and upgrade the Tucson, its compact-crossover SUV.Improvements for 2012 include bigger brakes; faster-acting, more energy-efficient air conditioning; a smoother ride; a larger gas tank; and better fuel economy from the larger of two four-cylinder engines.Features such as turn-signal repeaters and sophisticated Sachs amplitude-selective shock absorbers, previously reserved for the top-end Limited model, are now standard on the mid-range GLS as well.And those are only the highlights.

The 2012 Hyundai Tucson lineup begins with the value-priced, front-wheel-drive Tucson GL.Powered by a 165-horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, the Tucson GL rates an EPA-estimated 20/27 City/Highway mpg with its standard 5-speed manual transmission, and 23/31 with its optional 6-speed automatic.

The Tucson GLS and Tucson Limited models are offered with front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive.Power is provided by a 176-horsepower 2.4-liter engine.Hyundai’s superb 6-speed automatic is standard, and for 2012 comes with new Active Eco technology, which makes the response of the engine and transmission smoother to changes in throttle position over time.Hyundai says this can yield as much as a 7-percent gain in real-world fuel economy.EPA ratings for the 2.4-liter Tucson with Active Eco are 22/32 mpg with front-wheel drive and 21/28 mpg with all-wheel drive.New low-rolling-resistance silica tires contribute to those numbers.

Inside, the cabin is a model of straightforwardness and simplicity.It's excellent ergonomically, meaning everything is easy to reach and operate.The materials are nice.The seats are supportive and comfortable.There's plenty of room in both the front and rear seats, with comfortable seating for four, capability for five.

Though Korean, the Tucson design is decidedly European in flavor, sporty and aggressive, capturing the crisp, agile look for which German styling studios are famous.Tucson skillfully tricks the eye, to its benefit.Just as the huge Audi Q7 manages to appear smaller and more athletic than it is, the Tucson does just the opposite.Its high beltline and squinty side-window configuration make the Tucson appear larger and more capacious than it really is.This may give the buyer a feeling of getting more for the money.

In short, the Hyundai Tucson is a well calculated vehicle that delivers roomy interior space, crisp performance and very good fuel efficiency.

Lineup

The 2012 Tucson GL ($19,145) comes with cloth upholstery; air conditioning; AM/FM/XM/CD/MP3 audio with six speakers, iPod/USB input jacks, iPod cable; roof antenna; power windows, mirrors and locks; remote keyless entry; trip computer; tilt steering; front and cargo area power outlets; bottle holders in all four doors; rear armrest with cupholders; 60/40 split fold-down rear seatback; bodycolor rear spoiler; rear wiper and washer; and 17-inch steel wheels.For 2012 solar glass becomes standard also, with privacy glass in rear windows.Tucson GL comes standard with the 5-speed manual but is available with Hyundai's 6-speed automatic transmission ($20,245), which includes cruise control.The GL is front-wheel drive only.

Tucson GLS 2WD ($22,295) upgrades with leatherette upholstery with cloth inserts, leather-wrapped wheel and shifter, Bluetooth hands-free phone, illuminated vanity mirrors and glovebox, cruise control, steering wheel audio and cruise controls, faux leather inner door trim, soft-touch interior paint, black garnish moldings, silver roof rails, 17-inch alloy wheels, bodycolor door handles, heated fold-away outside mirrors, and an engine cover.New for 2012 are low-rolling-resistance tires, turn-signal repeaters in the outside mirrors, and ASD shock absorbers from Sachs.The GLS comes standard with the 6-speed automatic; it is available with AWD and heated front seats ($23,945).

Tucson Limited ($24,995) and Limited AWD ($26,495) upgrade to leather seating, heated front seats, eight-way adjustable driver's seat, power lumbar support for driver and front passenger, dual-zone automatic temperature control, cargo cover, chrome grille and door handles, automatic headlights, front foglights, front wiper de-icer, an auto-dimming inside mirror with HomeLink, and 18-inch alloy wheels.The Limited Premium Package ($2,850) adds navigation with rearview camera, premium audio, and a panoramic sunroof that deletes the roof rack.

Safety features on all Tucson models include electronic stability control, traction control, hill-start assist, downhill brake control, four-wheel disc brakes, ABS, EBD, brake assist, six airbags with rollover sensor, active front adjustable head restraints, lane-change assist turn signals.All-wheel drive is optional.

Walkaround

The Hyundai Tucson takes advantage of the current European taste for dynamic thrusting forms and aggressive angularities.It has swoopy lines darting to and fro along its flanks, nose and tail.The side windows have not the slightest hint of being rectangular, with the little triangular windows behind the C-pillar almost squinted shut.

Tucson has an athletic, muscular look, the four wheels barely contained by their swollen, stuffed-tight wheel arches.A huge, deeply slanted windshield provides excellent forward perspective for the driver, but for rear seat passengers, looking out of the Tucson's narrow side windows is a little like peering out the gun slit of an armored car.

There will be those who find the Tucson's exterior a little busy looking, while others will find that standing next to the Tucson and looking down its door sides, it looks oddly slab-sided, bigger and heavier than it really is.

As always, there is ample room for debate about the Tucson's styling.The one point that is not debatable is this crossover's high expectations.Its styling is up to the minute, as aggressive as any crossover in the world market.For those youngish families with a taste of sportiness, Hyundai has opened the door wide.

Interior

Inside, the Hyundai Tucson is roomy and comfortable.The front seats are excellent both in terms of firm support and quality leather.The one-touch up/down driver's power window is one of those conveniences that once you've gotten used to it, you'll never be satisfied with less.

Back seat room is lavish for two, adequate for three.If you're looking for a third row, forget it.This is a compact crossover.

The first thing that strikes you climbing into the Tucson is its reassuring feeling of harmony and simplicity.This car's chief designers and stylists may have been German, but in the Tucson there is no hint of the German tendency towards self-indulgent complexity, of making you learn all over again how to do something you already know perfectly well how to do.To the contrary, the Tucson offers excellent ergonomics, that all but lost discipline of making a car's controls self-explanatory and intuitive.This Hyundai gets an A-plus in the avoiding annoyances category.

The dashboard's black pebble-grain covering is handsome and anything but econo class.The dashboard instruments are straightforward and dignified, with a water temperature and fuel gauge delivered in electronic readouts.To the left of the steering column are controls for hill assist, a stability-control off switch and the differential locker control.Cruise control and audio switches are provided on the steering wheel, with phone controls partially hidden inside the wheel rim.

The center console is simply laid out, offering audio controls, a navigation system and Bluetooth MP3 capability.Here we encountered one weakness in the Tucson, its forward-slanting navigation screen was all but blinded by glare on sunny days.On the other hand, it is blessedly straightforward to use, with a proper radial knob provided for tuning the audio.Defrost front and rear and individual seat-heater controls are easily selected, while XM is the satellite server of choice, and it should be.Life should always be this easy.But in too many other cars, it isn't.The Tucson interior deserves an A.

Driving Impression

The Hyundai Tucson is reasonably agile and responsive, competitive with the other small utilities in its class, such as the CR-V and Escape.

Hyundai's 2.4-liter engine is smooth and quiet in normal driving, but accelerating hard onto a freeway to join the flow of traffic, its thrust is only adequate and the yowl it makes reminds you that it has a small, four-cylinder engine.The 2.4-liter engine is rated 176 horsepower at 6000 rpm and 168 pound-feet of torque at 4000 rpm.It's comparable to the other four-cylinder engines in this class, which do not offer the thrust of a more powerful but more expensive V6.Although Hyundai claims larger real-world gains for the new Active Eco function, EPA-estimated fuel economy for the 2012 2.4-liter Tucson engine is up only slightly over last year’s model, from 22/31 to 22/32 mpg City/Highway with front-wheel drive.

The Hyundai-designed 6-speed automatic transmission is smooth-shifting and excellent, giving the Tucson a big advantage in efficiency over other vehicles in its class.Additionally, its manual shifting capability is particularly good.In all but the most dramatically ill-advised shift requests, it gives you the gear you command.

The Tucson GL 2.0-liter engine features dual overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder, continuously variable valve timing and a variable intake system.The 2.0-liter produces 165 horsepower at 6200 rpm and 146 pound-feet at 4600.We haven't driven the Tucson GL with the 2.0-liter engine.As the GL is not significantly lighter than the GLS, we have to suspect that performance suffers accordingly.The automatic 2.0-liter is also equipped with the new Active Eco system, but its EPA ratings remain the same as last year’s, at 23/31 mpg City/Highway.EPA mileage estimates for the 2.0-liter with manual transmission are only 20/27 mpg.

In states that follow California regulations, the GLS and Limited are Partial Zero Emissions Vehicles (PZEV), with horsepower reduced to 170 hp and torque to 163 pound-feet.Pricing and equipment remain the same, so you can satisfy your environmental good intentions with little or no sacrifice.

The motor-driven electric power steering is one of the Tucson's greatest strengths.We found it perfectly calibrated, giving firm steering response and flawless road feel, leaving us no excuse to become uninterested in the driving experience.Absolutely first class.And of course it’s integrated into the vehicle's Electronic Stability Control.

Ride and handling are good.In corners, the chassis had only mild roll, as would be expected of a vehicle engineered and tuned in Germany.

However, we noted a significant difference between the front-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive versions.Ride quality with the all-wheel-drive models was noticeably harsher than that of the front-drive versions.This proved particularly true when driving the top-of-the-line Limited AWD with 18-inch wheels and therefore tires with shorter sidewalls.This is not to say that the AWD chassis is terrible, and if your planned use for your vehicle dictates all-wheel drive for climatic reasons, then the AWD Tucson will serve your purpose admirably.But if you have no particular need of all-wheel drive, save some money, and get a gentler front-wheel-drive package.

We found the brakes felt good with firm pedal feel and exemplary modulation, meaning nice, smooth, precise stops.All in all as utilities go, a satisfying driving package.

Summary

The Hyundai Tucson is a compelling choice among compact SUVs.Tucson offers a lavishly equipped package, with all the engineering, comfort, and over-the-road advantages demanded of a contemporary crossover utility.Far from being just Korean, this vehicle is nothing less than world class, at a price slightly below world class.

Ted West filed this report to NewCarTestDrive.com after his test drive of the Tucson upstate New York.John F.Katz contributed to this report from Pennsylvania.

Model Lineup

Hyundai Tucson GL 2WD ($19,145), automatic 2WD ($20,245); GLS 2WD ($22,295), AWD ($23,945); Limited 2WD ($24,995), AWD ($26,495).

Model Tested

Hyundai Tucson Limited AWD PZEV ($26,495).

TagLine

Upgrades add more value to compact SUV.

Assembled In

Ulsan, Korea.

Options As Tested

Premium Package ($2,850) includes panoramic sunroof, navigation system, rearview camera, premium audio w external amp and subwoofer; PZEV (no charge).
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