Hyundai Tucson Accessories & Parts

About Hyundai Tucson

The Tucson is a compact crossover SUV that Hyundai introduced for the 2004 model year. The model slots right below the Korean automaker's other SUVs in the lineup, the Santa Fe and Veracruz. It is based off of the same platform as the Elantra and the Kia Sportage, competing against others in the crossover genre such as the Ford Escape, Toyota RAV4, and Honda CR-V. At its launch, the base engine was a 2.0L inline four-cylinder capable of 139 horsepower and 136 pounds-per-foot of torque directed through a standard five-speed manual transmission with a four-speed SHIFTRONIC automatic available as an option. A bolder 2.7L V6 engine (173 horsepower/178 pounds-per-foot of torque) could be had on a higher trim level. As for the model's dimensions, the first-generation of the Hyundai Tucson measured in with a wheelbase of 103.5 inches, a width of 70.9 inches, a height of 66.1 inches, and an overall length of 170.3 inches.

Trim levels for the Hyundai Tucson started off as GL, GLS, and the LX. This remained until 2007, when the LX name was changed in favor of the Limited and the mid-level trim became the SE. Standard accessories for Hyundai Tucson included air conditioning, cruise control, electronic stability control, a CD stereo system, remote-keyless entry, six airbags, and alloy wheels. SE versions of the Tucson differ in that they present fog lights and gray bodyside cladding. Seen as the luxury version of the vehicle, the Limited trim comes with such accessories as leather seating, body-colored cladding, heated seats, and automatic climate control. The base GL is outfitted with the 2.0 inline four-cylinder engine while both the SE and Limited trims get the punchier 2.7L V6 configuration. There weren't many changes made to the Hyundai Tucson parts throughout its first few years, although a six-speed manual transmission was added to the lineup in 2006.

The second generation of the Hyundai Tucson began hitting showrooms in 2009. It was slightly longer than the first generation, but shorter in height. The updated Tucson premiered with a wheelbase of 103.9 inches, a width of 71.7 inches, a height of 65.2 inches, and an overall length of 173.6 inches. The base engine was changed to a new turbocharged 2.4L GDI four-cylinder (200 hp) geared to a six-speed automatic transmission. Trim levels for the Hyundai Tucson were the GLS and Limited. Safety features and parts for the vehicle include Hill-Start Assist Control, Downhill Brake Control, a "Safety Rear-View Mirror," an Emergency Stop Signal (automatically turns on hazard lights in the event of a panic-stop to avoid being rear-ended), and Vehicle Dynamic Control.

Compact SUVs have become one of the more popular vehicles on the market. They provide some of the comfort that SUVs can without the bullish fuel economy and bulky size. Consider the Hyundai Tucson a stylish entrant in the small SUV craze. Its fabulous interior spread and sporty looks are always mentioned first. The Tucson handles with a responsive texture, which has earmarked it as an entertaining drive for both its style and performance.

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2010 Hyundai Tucson | Posted by Rafael | (Richmond Hill, ON)

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