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Hyundai Tucson, Future Vehicle, SUV
#5 of 114 Re: Tucson 2009 [ziadc]
Jun 02, 2008 (5:17 am)
IIRC, at the New York Auto Show, one of Hyundai's US Execs confirmed a new round of 24/7 2.0 (2nd 7 new and refreshed cars in 24 months), and I believe a new Tucson should be in the cards of play.
I would like to see the next gen Tucson NA version switch to the fuel efficient 2.4L I4 Theta engine used in the Sonata (NA). At the same time, cancel the 2.7L V6 used in both the Tucson and the Santa Fe.
#6 of 114 Re: 2009-10 Hyundai Tucson [batman47]
Jul 09, 2008 (11:52 am)
I heard that Hyundai Tucson will be discontinued in 2010 in Korea.
#7 of 114 Re: 2009-10 Hyundai Tucson [gauriin]
Jul 09, 2008 (3:16 pm)
I don't know about in Korea, but for the US market, the Tuscon replacement is coming soon.
And just looking back in my last post here, my wish came true!! Hyundai is going to delete the 2.7L V6 on both the Tuscon and the Santa Fe (US market), with fuel efficiently 4 cyclinders, which I believe would be Thetas.
#8 of 114 Re: 2009-10 Hyundai Tucson [joe97]
Jul 09, 2008 (6:14 pm)
There maybe two 4cyl engines offered for the 2010 Tucson. A normally aspirated 2.0 and a turbo 2.0. Plus a 5spd auto box which should improve fuel economy over the current model.
#9 of 114 09 Tuscon Released
Aug 15, 2008 (8:06 pm)
Well not too much information. The press release was posted. Some cool new features like a Kenwood Navigation system. The kenwood navi unit isn't all that spectacular. No large display. Instead a Garmin packaged in a Double din stereo. It does have an aux in. Standard on the limited and optional on the lower trims. v6 is staying for 09. Hope this helps.
#12 of 114 Rear Visibility
Dec 08, 2009 (10:02 pm)
Doesn't look too good - just like the Rogue - reason I crossed it off my list....
#14 of 114 hugely more appealing
by Stever@Edmunds HOST
Dec 10, 2009 (3:38 pm)
"Hyundai has unveiled another weapon in its ongoing attack on the automotive sales charts. The 2010 Hyundai Tucson four-cylinder compact SUV will start at $19,790 with a manual transmission and $20,790 with a six-speed automatic. Unlike the last Tucson, this one doesn't offer a V6, but no matter -- the new 2.4-liter four offers more horsepower than the old 2.7-liter six (176 vs. 173) as well as solid fuel economy estimates of 23 mpg city/31 mpg highway."
2010 Hyundai Tucson: Sleeker, Stingier, Stronger, Better (Edmunds Daily)