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Hyundai Tucson GLS 4dr Front-wheel Drive Specs and Prices
The compact Tucson, a carlike crossover SUV, was introduced as a smaller-scale alternative to the Santa Fe in , and hasn't changed significantly since. A horsepower 2. The SE and Limited models levels include a horsepower 2. There's not a big difference in power between the two engines--especially if you get the four-cylinder with the manual transmission--though the four can be noisy when accelerating hard, and it doesn't shift quite as smoothly with the automatic transmission. For those who plan to haul a full load of people and cargo, the more expensive Hyundai Tucson V-6 model is the better, more refined choice, though it comes with a disagreeably aggressive throttle that's hard to finesse when parking. The Hyundai Tucson rides smoothly, though it can get pitchy on rough surfaces, and a full load makes the ride somewhat harder.