2011 Hyundai Tucson
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    4 Owner Reviews
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    2011 Hyundai Tucson Review Summaries

    What reviewers liked most about the Hyundai Tucson

    • ...the Tucson is quite nimble when you want to hustle through a few turns. Steering response is very good for a crossover and the electric assist feels natural. Even the dampers, a traditional difficulty for the Korean manufacturers to get right, are well tuned....

      - Automobile
    • Thanks in part to its lowest-in-test curb weight, the Tucson posted the second-best 0-to-60-mph acceleration.

      - Car and Driver

    What reviewers liked least about the Hyundai Tucson

    • Be wary if you live on a dirt road, though: Rough surfaces expose Tucson riders to a barrage of suspension and tire thwaps as the steering wheel bounces around in the ­driver�??s hands.

      - Car and Driver

    Hyundai Tucson Comparisons

    • ...the Tucson's interior: it rivals the Chevy Equinox's as the best in this segment. Rich materials and excellent panel fits in this modern, fresh, well-designed, high-quality cabin with great ergonomics. The RAV4's interior, by comparison, is pretty ho-hum.

      - Automobile

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