I had an exceptional time driving the Hyundai Tucson limited hybrid all-wheel drive. It is a fantastically styled vehicle that is very futuristic. The LED lighting in the front end captivates my imagination.
The driving and the handling were also exceptional. Beyond that, it is also very fuel-efficient. You get an EPA-rated 36 miles per gallon on the highway. I was able to average 38.3 miles per gallon during my drives. I drove as far east on I-97 to Annapolis Maryland, and as far west on I-81 to Northeastern West Virginia. While in Annapolis, I was able to overlook the ocean, meditate and be calm.
I played the Bose premium audio sound system. I was able to hear the audio dynamics of my song Paradise. I recorded the song with the music department at Carnegie Mellon.
It was beyond thrilling and it was calming. It invigorated my soul as I listened and drove the Hyundai Tucson. It has a six-speed automatic transmission with shiftronic.
Underneath the hood is a 1.6 liter, turbocharged four-cylinder hybrid engine. It makes 180 horsepower and 195 lb-ft of torque.
I enjoyed features like the 19-inch alloy wheels and the full panoramic roof. You get a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster.
There’s also a 10.25-inch navigation with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay integrated. This is one of the best compact SUVs on the market. The interior styling is also great. It features wireless charging. In the limited model, I drove there are heated and cooled seats with a heated steering wheel.
You also get the blue link telematics system and connected services. Another feature I love is the park assist. You’re able to use your key fob to maneuver the vehicle like a remote control.
I was able to move the vehicle forward and back in the parking spaces. This is helpful in tight parking spaces. You could use the key to remove your vehicle, so you could enter and park. The Tucson limited has a base price of $37,350. The model I drove was well-featured and it came to a delivered price of $38,704. For more information visit www.HyundaiUSA.com
Read about my visit to Hyundai’s Guyang Studio outside Seoul in South Korea here https://toyznation.com/from-dc-to-hong-kong-to-seoul-in-search-of-the-future-of-industrialization/