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Tucson Has Fewest Problems of Small SUVs


JD Power Survey Shows Owner Satisfaction

When compared to all other small SUVs, the JD Power Initial Quality Study shows the Hyundai Tucson to have the fewest reported problems per 100 vehicles. The research institute questioned more than 84,000 new vehicle owners after 90 days of ownership and compiled the results of more than 244 different vehicle models. With features like a smooth-shifting 7-speed automatic transmission, plush interior seats and a standard 5-inch touchscreen audio system, the Hyundai Tucson is creating happy drivers all across America. See and test drive the Tucson with a visit to your Phoenix Hyundai dealer, Chapman Hyundai.

Four Trim Levels Offer Plenty of Options

Consumers have a choice of four different trim levels that offer a variety of price points and a number of standard options. The base SE model starts at only $22,700 and includes standard features such as a rearview camera, tire pressure monitoring system, electronic stability control and keyless entry. Step up to the Eco trim package and you add better gas mileage, LED running lights, power windows and a power driver seat. The Sport model starts at just a hair over $26,000. It comes with 19-inch alloy wheels, a hands-free liftgate and a number of driver assist safety features. The top-of-the-line Hyundai Tucson is the Limited, which still starts at less than $30,000. It has LED head and taillights, dual climate control and the availability of a number of features not offered on the other models. The Ultimate Package for the Limited includes high intensity headlights, rear parking sensors, a panoramic sunroof and heated rear seats.

Four-cylinder Engine Delivers Efficiency

Whether you choose the SE with the inline 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine or the 1.6-liter turbocharged powerplant in any of the other trim levels, you get a motor and transmission that provide excellent efficiency and plenty of power. The SE model pairs its engine with a 6-speed automatic transmission, delivering 164 horsepower and 32 miles per gallon on the highway. The other models come with the 7-speed automatic that not only provides seamless shifting, but gives up to 33 miles per gallon on the Eco model when choosing the front-wheel drive option. All models have available all-wheel drive, which sacrifices a couple of miles per gallon but provides plenty of traction in all types of weather.

Hyundai Offers America’s Best Warranty

With 5-year/60,000 mile bumper-to-bumper coverage along with 10-year/100,000-mile protection on the powertrain, a new Hyundai warranty is the best protection offered by any U.S. automaker. Hyundai also has a 7-year/unlimited mileage perforation warranty, which protects you in the case your vehicle should develop any rust holes. See why the Tucson is quickly becoming America’s favorite small SUV with a trip to Chapman Hyundai.

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