How has your 2007 2008 Tuscon been for reliability? I'm considering buying one but want to be aware of any issues beforehand.

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Asked by Apr 02, 2015 at 09:44 PM about the 2008 Hyundai Tucson

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I'm  considering buying an older Tuscon based on Hyundai's reputation but want to be aware of any issues beforehand. Most reviews aren't on used vehicles this old.

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The 2007 Tuscon has been pretty cheap to keep. Other than regular oil changes, brakes and tires, it has run reliably from 70Kmiles to it's current 140K. Only expenses have been timing belt replacement at 100K (scheduled not broken), a new battery this year and replacement of a short part of the exhaust which developed a hole.

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