How do Hyundai owners feel about their Tucson crossover SUV?

By Product Expert | Posted in Hyundai Tucson on Monday, May 18th, 2020 at 12:35 pm
2020 Hyundai Tucson Exterior Driver Side Front Profile

Over the past two decades, since Hyundai first introduced the Santa Fe SUV, the brand’s lineup of utility vehicle offerings has increased in size to include five different crossovers in its family today. While each is popular in its own right, the Tucson might be the most loved by fans and owners. If you’ve been considering a Tucson crossover SUV of your own but would like to know how current and past Hyundai owners feel about their own experience with the Tucson, you can hear it straight from them just how much they love it.

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First, to give you a more analytical and statistical look at just how popular the Tucson model is, it recently surpassed one-million units sold here in the United States alone, which is a massive milestone to be sure. Since the vehicle’s inception in 2004, it has undergone two major overhauls to introduce its second and third generations, in 2010 and 2016, respectively. The Tucson is currently in the middle of its third generation, fresh off a mid-generation facelift for the 2019 model year. Where national sales are concerned, SUV sales make up two whole thirds of Hyundai models being sold, while Tucson sales itself were up 7% in April over the previous year.

First-generation Tucson

The first-generation Tucson was introduced, as mentioned, in 2004 for the 2005 model year. It ran through 2009 with a few special editions, including the fuel-cell variant.

“My 2005 Hyundai Tucson has been the most reliable car that I’ve had in my life. It’s 14 years old, still going strong and rarely have I had any problems with it. I LOVE my car!! Hyundai will be my next vehicle too! Maybe another Tucson.”

– Tucson Owner from SureCritic.com

Second-generation Tucson

Then for the 2010 model year, the second-gen Tucson was introduced. While there weren’t as many special editions, the second-generation model did feature six different powertrains during its run!

“I love my Tucson now as much as I did when I bought it 10 years ago. I would love the newer safety features a new car would give but would not trade my Tucson to get them! I have never gotten tired of the Aurora Blue.”

– Tucson Owner from SureCritic.com

Third-generation Tucson

That brings us, finally, to the third and current generation. As we mentioned earlier, the third-gen Tucson was just refreshed after four years on the market to present an even better model in 2019. Now, the 2020 Tucson makes an incredible compact crossover option that we’re happy to offer here in Cocoa.

“Love my Tucson. This car has been a joy from day one. I wanted a small vehicle that could be utilitarian. This car can do it all. It’s peppy, comfortable, and good on gas, good cargo capacity without being a huge vehicle. Easy to park. I’m hooked. Looking forward to a new 2021 soon.”

– Tucson Owner from SureCritic.com

2005 Hyundai Tucson Exterior Driver Side Front Profile
2009 Hyundai Tucson Exterior Driver Side Front Profile
2020 Hyundai Tucson Exterior Driver Side Front Angle

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