2014 Hyundai Tucson Stands Out from the Crowd
The Hyundai Tucson manages to pull off something that every other big automaker seems reluctant to risk with their own SUVs: looking sexy. In contrast to the Tucson, other SUVs tend to look blocky and even sometimes crude.
The Tucson is as capable as any other vehicle of its kind on the market—it has the room, it has the power, and it has the durability—but Hyundai knows that it doesn’t have to look like a big steel box with headlights to achieve this. Instead, it proudly adopts a curvaceous exterior that casts a sexy silhouette without sacrificing any of its potency.
And potency it has: the 2014 Hyundai Tucson has adopted substantial upgrades, including Sachs dual-path dampers as well as new direct-injection engines that make more torque and deliver better fuel economy than those of last year. Hyundai has also improved the handling of the Tucson, which—in combination with those dampers—should make for a driving experience that is both responsive and comfortable.
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