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The SUV is packed with a lot of safety features

Safety and After Sales Service – Hyundai’s vast and extensive dealership network ensures servicing and maintaining the Tucson won’t break a sweat. In terms of safety, the company is offering 6-airbags, ABS with EBD and Brake Assist, ESC, VSM, Hill Start Assist and ISOFIX child seat mounts.

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The Tucson was always a good package, with the 4WD, it’s even better

Verdict – The Tucson 4WD comes feature-loaded and it can handle mild off-roading too. If you’re someone looking for a diesel automatic SUV which could occasionally handle some rough terrain and give your family and friends the thrills of mild off-roading, the Tucson 4WD makes sense.

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The bumper with the skid plate makes the Tucson look rugged and sporty

What’s Cool

* Styling is very good and the Tucson is a looker
* Interior is crammed with features
* Practicality is excellent
* Diesel engine is super refined

What’s Not So Cool

* Sunroof and paddle-shifters missing
* Steering lacks feel and feedback

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After the facelifted Creta got a sunroof, Hyundai could add it in the Tucson as well

Further Reading

2017 Hyundai Tucson Review
2017 Hyundai Tucson Video Review