Review: 2013 Hyundai Tucson

The 2013 Hyundai Tucson is considered one of the most stylish Crossovers on the road today. It fits perfectly for the driver who isn’t obsessed with the confusing details that take the fun out of driving. If you just want a fun to drive stylish vehicle, this Tucson is one of the best bets.

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All the experts start with style when they talk about the 2013 Hyundai Tucson. Across the line, Hyundai is known for its style and that’s no different with this Hyundai model. The Tucson features fluidic sculptured design, so you’ll get the long, thin swooping headlights, and the subtle side crease designs that make Hyundai one of the most popular choices by driver’s today.

Inside the Hyundai Tucson is a quality vehicle. The seats, the steering wheel, the dash board, and the odometer are some of the most stylish choices on the road today.

Also, Hyundai says the Tucson has more rear legroom than the Toyota RAV4, and more passenger volume than many of the other top brands.

Fold down the seats for more than 55 cubic feet of cargo space behind. But even with a full family, there is plenty of room for groceries, luggage or sports equipment.

You can get a Tucson in 9 exterior colors and 7 available interior colors or fabric options.



Like all Hyundai’s there are a lot of standard choices, even from the base model. The Tucson is in three trims — GL, GLS and Limited. GL standard includes automatic or manual transmission, Active ECO, plugs to play iPod over the speaker, keyless entry, rear wipers and 17 inch alloy wheels.

As you climb up trims and packages, the Tucson can come with Bluetooth, Navigation, heated leather seats, sunroof, 18 inch alloy wheels, and a rear backup camera.


As an IIHS Top Safety Pick, you get a lot of comfort behind the wheel.  Standard Electronic Stability Control senses wheel spin and applies brake force to keep you on your intended path when cornering.  Tucson also features a standard Traction Control System that reduces wheel spin under acceleration, ABS with Brake Assist, and available All Wheel Drive.

The Intelligent Torque Controlled Coupling at the heart of Tucson’s available AWD system automatically adjusts torque distribution between front and rear wheels based on driving conditions for optimal traction. A driver-selectable 50/50 lock splits torque evenly between front and rear wheels to tackle off-road and slippery driving surfaces.

Six airbags also come standard on your Hyundai Tucson. says the Hyundai Tucson GL is one of the least expensive models to insure.

Even better, the Tucson comes with Hyundai’s America’s Best Warranty. 10-year, 100,000 mile limited powertrain warranty, 5 year, 60,000 mile limited warranty and 5 years unlimited roadside assistance.

Fuel Economy reaches up to 30 MPG.



The 2013 Hyundai Tucson …makes amends with a handsome design, an ample list of features, sporty handling and a low price. It’s a solid pick for a small crossover.

The Car Connection

Rich in value and interesting styling cues, the 2013 Hyundai Tucson’s a pint-sized crossover that completely avoids SUV cliches of size and looks.

U.S. News and World Reports

The 2013 Hyundai Tucson is a good option for shoppers who want plenty of standard features. While the Tucson doesn’t have the most power or cargo space in the class, it offers a strong safety score and outstanding fuel economy ratings


In a field of boxy and sometimes bland crossovers, the 2013 Hyundai Tucson’s edgy styling is a welcome sight. Hyundai loads the Tucson with standard features, yet keeps the price well below similarly equipped competitors. It even comes with a 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty.

Waikem Hyundai in Massillon, Ohio has a great selection of these stylish crossover SUVS. Visit their showroom today to see the style yourself.

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