The 2013 Hyundai Tucson – An IIHS Top Safety Pick.
The 2013 Hyundai Tucson has played a major roll in the building and reconstruction of Hyundai’s new and improved reputation. This vehicle puts more emphasis on the “Sport” part of SUV than “utility” with proportional weight and driving agility. The Tucson’s 4 cylinder engine produces 176hp and receives an EPA estimated 29 mpg highway.
Inside the vehicle, a panoramic sunroof extending from the front seats to the backlights creates a comfortable and spacious interior. All seats are made from premium leather with the front two being heated and dynamically adjustable. The Tucson designers also thoughtfully configured the rear seats to fold down in a way to provide extra storage space when needed.
When it comes to the driver’s seat, the easily accessible controls are well lit and set on an angle to better the overall driving experience. The intelligent multifunction trip computer also keeps you informed on the mpg’s you’re receiving, average speed, and miles to empty. Plus, you can’t forget about the hands free Bluetooth technology, rearview backup camera, and NavTraffic with real time road conditions.
The safety features are top of the line as well. HillStart Assist Control, Downhill Brake Control, and electronic stability control make this vehicle safe in those tricky situations. In fact, the Tucson won the 2012 IIHS Top Safety Pick.
To learn more about the 2013 Tucson, find your nearest Hyundai dealer at www.Mileone.com.