Should I be worried that my 2011 Tucson has no factory insignia saying "TUCSON" on the car exterior?

Asked by Jan 18, 2013 at 02:13 PM about the 2011 Hyundai Tucson

Question type: General

I bought the car on Wednesday, and really didn't notice that until today.  It is a very nice car with leather, bluetooth, power everything... The paint is black and looks great, too.  I just think it is wierd that there are no Tucson placards anywhere on the vehicle except for the floormats.  I have not seen another one like that at all.  Should I have it looked at to see if it has been wrecked?  It came with a carmax vehicle history report which was clear, I just have no Idea.

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Take you VIN and call or go to a dealer and ask what car the vin is for, or you may be able to Google the manufacturers. What bothers me is you have AMc up there, the Tuscon is a Hyundai

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Tucson, sorry, typo. Carmax is a car retailer, get a CARFAX

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Many people take the badges off for a cleaner look.

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