2010 Hyundai Tucson Brochure
IT MAKES A BOLD STATEMENT. WITHOUT UTTERING A WORD. The designers at Hyundai haven’t exactly been playing it safe lately. The concept vehicles …
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2010 Hyundai Tucson Brochure
It makes a bold statement. WIthout utterIng a Word.
The designers at Hyundai haven\’t exactly been playing it safe lately. The concept vehicles they\’ve unveiled at the world\’s premier auto shows over the past few years have been jawdropping show-stoppers. The new, totally redesigned 2010 Hyundai Tucson is a clear reflection of these bold design exercises. Tucson\’s new look is sleek and aggressive, with sculpted hood creases, wrap-around headlights and an available panoramic sunroof. But it\’s what\’s inside that you\’ll find most striking: Room. Whether it\’s headroom and legroom for you and your passengers, or cargo room to carry out your plans, Tucson is surprisingly spacious inside. After they created all that space, our designers filled it with advanced comfort and safety features. Like six standard airbags, standard Electronic Stability Control with Traction Control System, and ABS aided by Brake Assist and Electronic Brake-force Distribution. Under the hood, our engineers gave Tucson a 2.4L Theta 2 engine delivering up to 176 horsepower and up to an estimated 31 MPG on the highway. And under it all, there\’s an available All Wheel Drive system.
InsIde lookIng out or outsIde lookIng In. the ChoICe Is Yours.
The panoramic sunroof is one of those design ideas seen recently on Hyundai concept vehicles. Now, it\’s available for the first time on a Hyundai production vehicle – as an option on the new 2010 Tucson Limited. So the choice is yours. But wouldn\’t you rather be the one in the enviable position of sitting on the inside looking out?
Tucson\’s optional panoramic sunroof creates an open, airy feeling within the interior and lets both front-seat occupants and rear-seat passengers enjoy a sweeping view.
The new Tucson interior was designed to be the kind of place where you look forward to spending time – whether it\’s an hour-long commute or a ten-day road trip. The Limited model features a dual front automatic temperature control to help keep the driver and front passenger content, even if one likes it a bit warmer, and the other cooler. Tucson Limited also offers a CleanAir Ionizer. While operating the heater or air conditioner, it automatically generates ion plasma to keep the cabin air clean. iPod(R)/USB and MP3 auxiliary input jacks let you fill the cabin air with songs from your iPod through a 160-watt, 6-speaker audio system.1 And an optional steering wheel upgrade places integrated cruise control, audio controls and a Bluetooth(R) hands-free phone system right at your fingertips. There\’s even an available navigation system. So no matter where your travels take you, Tucson can track your next move.
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