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Over its lifetime, the Hyundai Tucson has transformed from a frugal, value-minded small SUV into a competent, refined crossover. For 2019, the Tucson receives a thorough refresh with n...
The Hyundai Santa Fe Sport finds itself sandwiched between the smaller Tucson and larger Santa Fe in the automaker’s crossover lineup. It offers a nice middle ground for buyers who wan...
"I prefer the back seats of the Charger because, in this trim, they are heated and have their own air conditioning. They are your standard bench seat otherwise, just like the Tucson."
"I prefer the style and feel of the Charger over the Tucson. The lower profile makes for easier handling. The fact that the trim is higher than standard, and is also a plus package, makes the vehicle generally more comfortable and useful. The Charger also provides more power while still having special options such as AWD. Due to having AWD, it has slightly lower average city MPG than the Tucson, but not by much, and does better for long-range driving."
"It just does. The grill is less aggressive looking - I am not a fan of angry looking cars. Prefer a softer, gentler look."
"Better gas mileage.. likely better resale value... likely longer lasting... better rear cargo space with seats up."
"Hate the front and rear looks of the Cherokee"
"Santa Fe seats slide and recline as well as fold Cherokee rear space smaller and seats fixed inn upright position"