Find the 2016 Hyundai Tucson Owners Manual below. The 2016 Hyundai Tuscon might just be the ideal crossover. A style and feature-rich option, Tuscon have both an excellent exterior appearance and a better than average performance.
The interiors are next to premium finish and the ride is one of the most comfortable in its class. Everyone wants a compact form car that has all that it takes to make it feel upscale. This one just does it right.
One can select from four available trims; SE, Eco, Sport, and Limited (which is the top model). The upper three models of 2016 Hyundai Tucson Owners Manual come with a 175-hp, 1.6-liter (turbocharged, inline-4) engine, giving it slightly more power than the base variant. The SE comes with a 164-hp, 2.0-liter (inline-4) engine which feels more responsive during acceleration and speedy pursuits. Top models come with a dual-clutch 7-speed transmission; the lower one comes with a standard 6-speed auto. Both of them feel smooth. The upper trims offer a higher mileage of 29-mpg combined, while the other provides a decent 26-mpg combined.
Talking about style, the body is muscular enough. The 2016 Hyundai Tuscon manual might as well be one of the best. The hexagonal grille in the front has a subtle branding. The headlights, which are automatic on some models, are very slender. You can also foglamps. A good thing about them is that they fill up the blank space below the headlights in any car, add to the detailing. The external accents run throughout the body. The rear face can be instantly recognized as a Hyundai model. You can also opt for the 17” or the 19” tires, later giving a better grip on the road.
2016 Hyundai Tucson Manual Interior Review
The interiors of this one feel no less than a luxury car. The material used might be hard plastic, but it feels premium to the eye and touch. The front seats are very comfortable, with adjustable height. The high ground clearance provides you with a better field of view. The single-level feedback system is straightforward yet useful. You can alter the cabin controls, chose your song, or rest your hand on the sturdy gear shaft. A front-wheel-drive is what you get with all the models, and there is an optional all-wheel-drive available. The rear seats are capable of reclining. Cargo space is slightly less than what you might get in this segment, but it is not a deal-breaker. You also get an auto liftgate, whose angle can be adjusted according to your roof length. The 2016 Hyundai Tuscon Manual also has the torque-vectoring feature.
This model receives some top safety ratings in all the crash tests—the standard airbags configuration, along with ABS. A tire pressure monitor is something convenient. The Sport and Limited models have blind-spot detection, cross-traffic alert, emergency braking, and lane departure warning. The sturdy construction and robust material get the top scores in frontal and lateral crash damage. The independent suspension is tuned for uneven surfaces. 2016 Hyundai Tucson Owners Manual Frequent off-roading sessions would prove to be fun with this one. This would not disappoint you at any front!