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About Hyundai Tucson

Hyundai Tucson is a compact crossover Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) manufactured by South Korean automaker Hyundai since 2004. The first Hyundai Tucson was launched in 2004 produced at the Elantra-based platform. Since Hyundai Tucson's appearance in the market, it has received the Canadian Car of the Year Best New Crossover award, Consumer Reports' most reliable vehicle accolades and "Top Safety Pick" award from Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Up to today, Hyundai Tucson has been produced through three generations.
The second generation Hyundai Tucson (2009-2015) was also called as Hyundai Tucson ix35 which was introduced at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show. In the United States, it was offered in GL, GLS, and Limited trim levels equipped with all-wheel drive system. Engine options for Hyundai Tucson included 1.6 L, 2.0 L, 2.4 L inline 4-cylinder petrol engines and 1.7 L, 2.0 L diesel engines. And engines were fitted along with 5-speed, 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmissions. On March 3, 2015, the third generation Hyundai Tucson (2015-present) was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show as a 2016 model. A Tucson hybrid electric and a diesel-powered plug-in hybrid were also introduced. SE, Eco, Sport and Limited trim levels were available for this generation. Hyundai Tucson now gets power from engines carried over from previous generation but a new 7-speed DCT transmission is added.

Hyundai Tucson Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Hyundai Tucson owners have encountered some problems while driving, and we collected the most common ones and solutions for your references:
First, no acceleration from stop and poor gas mileage. According to the data from Car repair statistic site CarComplaints.com, Hyundai Tucson owners complained this problem most. They told in details as decrease in gas mileage and engine performance, rattling sound from engine while idling, misfiring and retarded ignition timing. Loss of power when acceleration and Check Engine Light coming on, in fact, is warning you to check the Tucson timing belt, Tucson air filter, Tucson drive belt, Tucson timing chain and Tucson oil filter.
Second, not shifting properly and sluggish handling. Actually, difficulty shifting is caused by the faulty clutch disc in Hyundai Tucson's transmission system. As for sluggish response in vehicle handling as well as rattling or squeaking noises coming from underneath the car, you can try inspecting the Tucson sway bar bushing or sway bar kit or Tucson wheel bearing.
In fact, braking failure in Hyundai Tucson is also not rare. Once any brakes become noisy and brake pedals become pulsating, you had better have a check at the brake pad set and brake disc. As for some daily auto parts, you should never take them for granted as they are wearing without your notice. Wiper blade is designed to sweeping off debris on the windscreen so that better driving vision could be provided; it should get changed at least once a year in hot environment. Wiper arm as the key part of windshield wiper also should get maintained. Fog light though used most under adverse weather conditions, it is equal important.
A wise way in maintaining your Hyundai Tucson is getting old auto parts replace by new OEM Hyundai Tucson auto parts. Our website owns a huge selection of genuine Hyundai Tucson auto parts at the lowest price in the market. All OEM Tucson parts come with the manufacturer's warranty and will be delivered at the quickest speed.