Hyundai Tucson TL Active X AWD, 2.0L Diesel, Automatic
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Hyundai Tucson TL Active X AWD, 2.0L Diesel, Automatic (2015-2024)

 VerifiedAlso referred to as: Hyundai Tucson TL Active X AWD, 2.0L Diesel, Automatic 2023 and Hyundai Tucson TL Active X AWD, 2.0L Diesel, Automatic 2025.
Hyundai Tucson TL Active X AWD, 2.0L Diesel, Automatic
3.6

8 reviews

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63%13%25%

Build Quality
3.5
Value for Money
3.5
Cleaning & Maintenance
4.0
Noise Level
3.5
Braking
4.5
Acceleration / Power
4.0
Gear Shifting
4.5
Suspension
3.5
Fuel Efficiency
3.5
Handling
4.0
Interior Design
4.0
Boot Size
4.0
Comfort
4.5
Features
3.5

Reviews

8 reviews
Valerie Berrie
Valerie BerrieNorthern Territory
  Tucson TL Active X AWD, 2.0L Diesel, Automatic

its not the worst but its not the best either

We have had our Hyundai Tucson since 2016 and for a couple of years it was fine but one day we were getting into it and it was raining and the rain got into the car and now the car key for the car doesn't work so we have to unlock it from the key hole that's on the door handle but its not to bad because we can unlock it manually and we just flick the unlock and lock switch a couple of times and it unlocks the other doors, but the boot wont open so you have to do that manually too so we usually do not use the boot. Most of our windows don't wind down or wind up so we had to get them stuck up luckily the drivers window is fixed so we can use it but we are still waiting to get our other windows fixed. Show details
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Keith G.
Keith G.Central West, NSW2 posts
  Tucson TL Active X AWD, 2.0L Diesel, Automatic
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Bruce Larsen  T423242
Bruce Larsen T4232422 posts
  Tucson TL Active X AWD, 2.0L Diesel, Automatic

Terrible

I purchased a 2017 awd diesel 2lt tuscon in april. It shuddered at different speeds which after several times taking it hack to the dealer finally did a software update. That fixed the shuddering but then we have a rumble at 70kmh in cruise which it did not do prior to the software update. Mechanic stated at the dealership it had a problem after driving the demo which it didnt rumble. Hyundai after having the vehicle for over 20 days tell us now there is no problem as thats normal. We will never buy another hyundai again. We have had several hyundais but this truly shows the companies colours. We have only driven 5000km since april.

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CPW
CPWOakville6 posts
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darkerheart
darkerheartURRAWEEN4 posts
  Tucson TL Active X AWD, 2.0L Diesel, Automatic

nearly a great car

overall i am impressed .i miss the c.d. player but the positive is i now know how to rip cds onto a usb stick thanks to youtube.only dislike is that the auto hunts gears at low speeds but over 60 kph it settles down nicely.2.0 diesel is impressive as i,ve never owned one before.hard plastic interior is a bit raw looking in places.

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Grahame K.
Grahame K.Illawarra, NSW12 posts
  Tucson TL Active X AWD, 2.0L Diesel, Automatic
vin
vin7 posts
  Tucson TL Active X AWD, 2.0L Diesel, Automatic

Nothing good about car

Wasted $34k. Customer support is terrible. Dealer says contact Hyundai call centre & they say talk to dealer. Issue is still not resolved. Think twice if you are thinking to buy Hyundai. Because I'm stuck for five years. I wish If can get my money back.Don't expect after sales service

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Sanja
SanjaPerth, WA46 posts
  Tucson TL Active X AWD, 2.0L Diesel, Automatic

Amazing and surprisingly good

We drive an Audi q7 and Rover at home but rented a Hyundai Tucson while in Europe for 2 months. Were utterly amazed with the driving quality, comfort and fuel efficiency of this car. Completely praiseworthy and stylish and lovely to drive. For the price of this car you are looking at luxury standard and comfort. Would recommend highly.

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CategoryMidsize / Medium SUVsMidsize / Medium SUVsMidsize / Medium SUVsMidsize / Medium SUVs
Starting Price $38,585$33,285
Warranty Distance Unlimited kmsUnlimited kms
TransmissionAutomaticAutomaticAutomaticAutomatic
Drive TypeAll Wheel Drive (AWD)Front Wheel Drive (FWD)All Wheel Drive (AWD)All Wheel Drive (AWD)
Fuel TypeDieselPetrolDieselPetrol
Wheels17" Alloy17" Alloy19" Alloy19" Alloy
ANCAP Safety Rating5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars
Fuel Consumption6.4 L/100km7.9 L/100km6.4 L/100km7.7 L/100km
Fuel Tank Capacity 62 L62 L62 L62 L
Engine4 Cylinder 2.0L4 Cylinder 2.0L4 Cylinder 2.0L4 Cylinder 1.6L
Max Power136kW @ 4000rpm122kW @ 6200rpm136kW @ 4000rpm130kW @ 5500rpm
Max Torque400Nm @ 1750-2750rpm205Nm @ 4000rpm400Nm @ 1750-2750rpm265Nm @ 1500-4500rpm
Country of ManufactureSouth KoreaSouth KoreaSouth KoreaSouth Korea
Maximum Towing Capacity (braked)1,600 kg1,600 kg1,600 kg1,600 kg
Maximum Towing Capacity (unbraked)750 kg750 kg750 kg750 kg
Manufacturer Warranty5 year(s)5 year(s)5 year(s)5 year(s)
Dimensions
Kerb Weight1,740 kg1,690 kg
Ground Clearance172 mm172 mm
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