The Hyundai Tucson is not a new name and we all are pretty familiar with it. In its very first generation, not a lot was sold because of its rather unconventional and quirky styling. And the company tried to lure in customers by throwing in features. But it certainly didn’t make any considerable impact in the market. But now things have changed and in the current avatar, it is much better with absolutely dashing looks and a mouth-watering interior.
For 2012 the Hyundai Tucson comes with some major upgrades including a retuned suspension and an overall upgraded suspension setup for the GLS trim. The Tucson’s pricing starts at $20,145 and goes up to $26,495 for the top-end model. The Tucson competes with the Kia Sportage, Honda CR-V, and the Toyota RAV4.