2016 Hyundai Tucson: First Drive Review

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Inner Space
The 2016 Tucson is 3 inches longer, 1.1 inches wider and rides on a 1.2-inch longer wheelbase than the previous model for more interior volume including more than 5 cubic feet of additional cargo capacity. Much like the exterior design changes, the new interior design takes on a more refined and upscale look. The center stack is less cluttered and more integrated into the overall flow of the dash, with controls that are intuitive and easy to use. The useful center console has two cupholders and additional space in front of the shifter to place small items. The leather-covered front seats in the Tucson Limited are particularly comfortable, and rear-seat passengers can recline the seatbacks up to 37 degrees. In addition to increased cargo space, the liftgate opening has been enlarged for improved access, and the dual-level cargo floor increases versatility. Sport and Limited trims include a power auto-open liftgate for hands-free access.

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