Indepth Car Review: Hyundai Tucson FULL REVIEW test driven all-new model neu 1.6t DCT – Autogefühl

Indepth Car Review: Hyundai Tucson FULL REVIEW test driven all-new model neu 1.6t DCT – Autogefühl

Awesome Review: Hyundai Tucson FULL REVIEW test driven all-new model neu 1.6t DCT – Autogefühl



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33 Replies to “Indepth Car Review: Hyundai Tucson FULL REVIEW test driven all-new model neu 1.6t DCT – Autogefühl”

  1. Thank you for excellent and very detailed unbiazed review. Here in Egypt the car entry level is 1.6 L petrol naturally aspirated with 130 hp. From your perspective, can it it be satisfactory, or will it be totally unacceptable? Must I go for the GDI 175 hp engine? Thank you again

  2. Please, Hyundai Tucson 2019 or Skoda Karoq? I would say, mostly city drive with a few vacation trips during the year (4 family mambers). Your opinion would be so much helpful. Thank you and keep making a great car reviews.

  3. Hi Thomas! Thanks a lot for these awesome reviews.
    I know this review is a little old now but do you remember the fuel consumption for this tgdi 177cv on the autobahn at 120/130 kmh? (I would go for the 2wd manual version)
    On my daily basis I do very short drives and I wouldn't want to go for a diesel and have problems with particle filter, egr, etc… but on the other hand I am afraid that the turbo petrol fuel consumption might be too high. I do around 8000km year.
    Thanks a lot in advance

  4. Thank you so much for the comprehensive review of the Tucson.  I like to hear from multiple sources on anything that I am researching and I appreciate your perspective on this vehicle

  5. Hello, Thomas! Very nice to watch such interesting reviews! Can you answer please simple question? Does this vehicle have adjustable resistance of steering (different modes of steering)? Of course if you remember….

  6. I am contemplating buying one here in the U.S. and i had heard people talk about transmission issues but your unbiased review and another review I reviewed also today has now made me decide to fully for it. Thanks for your candid opinion.
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  7. Thanks Thomas  this was a very  good review I have decided to buy he Tucson sport diesel 1.7. The grey metallic looks really good and after a test drive I agree with 90 % of your analysis

  8. Halfway through the video I subscribed and liked. Great review! Buying the 2017 model this week. Any suggestions regarding interior color? On the white model I have the beige, grey or black option. Thinking about going with the black…

  9. I must confess that I avoided this video because I saw it was a German name. I will have to say that this is by far the most in depth and subtlety funny review I have ever seen. It was a pleasure to listen to your review, especially the 'German' nature so to speak. Well done!

  10. I got the 2016 1.6 Turbo Limited
    the worst vehicle I have ever had. we are having a continues AC issues and the Hyundai geniuses are unable to fix it
    Hyundai sucksupdate on my Lemon,  got a call last Friday from Eric, (service manager @Tipton Hyundai Brownsville) and he told me that he give up, he can definitely not repair my Tucson,
    I did purchase 100000 bumper to bumper warranty, he does not care I called and emailed Stephen Cotumaccio  from consumer affairs at Hyundai he does not replay emails nor does he call back
    Does any one know a good lawyer in the Texas valley ?

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