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New 2019 Hyundai Tucson __________________________________________________________________ There's a new engine hierarchy: A naturally aspirated 2.4-liter inline-four with 181 hp and 175 lb-ft of torque on tap replaces a turbocharged 1.6-liter four for 2019. The junior engine in the range will now be the carryover 2.0-liter four-cylinder, which will be coupled with Value and SE trims, serving up 164 hp and 151 lb-ft of torque. The beefier 2.4-liter, which joined the lineup in 2018, will be coupled with the top three trims: SEL, Sport and Limited, and both powerplants will be paired with six-speed automatic tranmissions. Hyundai is also expanding the range of standard safety features with this update, adding lane keeping assist and forward collision avoidance assist as standard features. Still, a few safety and convenience features are options that buyers will probably want, including a surround-view monitor, smart cruise control with stop-and-go, rain-sensing wipers and pedestrian detection. Read more: http://autoweek.com/article/new-york-auto-show/2019-hyundai-tucson-gets-fresh-face-ditches-turbo __________________________________________________________________ Music: https://www.youtube.com/user/NoCopyrightSounds/ __________________________________________________________________ Subscribe now)
The Hyundai Tucson was never going to be left looking out of place amidst the Korean company's more aggressively-styled SUV line-up - and so what you see here is the mid-life update of the popular mid-size SUV. Read Matt's full review: https://carsgui.de/2KYoFAm Visit our Hyundai hub: http://carsgui.de/2EH8HZf Check out more prestige and luxury cars here: http://carsgui.de/2o3syZz CarsGuide - Go beyond the test drive Check us out: www.carsguide.com.au Subscribe to our channel: http://carsgui.de/2aMzFTT Follow us on Twitter: http://carsgui.de/2ah6eta Like us on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/17kv9Ui See our Instagram: http://carsgui.de/2aQ0M1H We're on Google+: http://carsgui.de/2atBwbF
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Spacious and sophisticated, the Sorento’s cabin maintains a premium look and feel thanks to an array of upgrades and enhancements, including a new, more tactile steering wheel, new shifter knob and a revised instrument cluster with improved graphics. The makeover also includes alterations to the air vents and the center console design. Although these are minor changes individually, the cumulative effect is a more attractive interior space to be seen, felt and experienced. In terms of versatility, Sorento offers standard 40/20/40 second-row folding seats and 50/50 third-row folding seats now come standard on all trims, providing space for up to seven passengers. The seating system is designed to offer optimum comfort and ideal seating positions to fulfill the needs of every occupant. For added luxury, also available are heated and ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, 14-way power driver and 8-way power passenger seats, driver’s seat thigh extension and a 4-way headrest with one-button adjustment. And for 2019, Sorento now offers 2-way powered lumbar support for the front passenger on SX and SXL trims. On the RoadThe spirited front - or available all-wheel drive experience is brought to life with a choice of two proven engines, including a 2.4-liter inline-4 GDI or a 3.3-liter V6 GDI. For MY19, the 2.0-liter turbo I-4 will no longer be offered as part of Sorento’s powertrain strategy. However, a new diesel engine with the latest emission controls is currently under development and more information is forthcoming. The carryover 2.4-liter engine is mated to a revised and more efficient electronically controlled six-speed automatic gearbox featuring Sportmatic shifting and delivers a capable 185 horsepower. The Sorento’s familiar V6 brings with it a stampede of 290 horses while connecting to a newly available 8-speed automatic transmission shared with the brand’s Cadenza premium sedan. The result is a noticeably smoother and more seamless interaction between engine and transmission. This pairing also helps Sorento deliver a towing capacity9 of up to 5,000 lbs. when equipped with AWD. To achieve a more intuitive driving experience, Sorento replaces the former Drive Mode Select setup with the new Smart Shift & Drive feature across all trim levels. This enhancement automatically activates the optimum drive mode - Eco, Sport or Smart - based on driving style or may be set by driver preference. The 2019 Santa Fe line-up offers a choice of three proven powertrains. There is a 2.4-liter inline four-cylinder GDI engine with 185 horsepower or a more powerful, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with 235 horsepower (estimated). And the 2.2-liter CRDi turbodiesel engine is the 2019 Santa Fe’s biggest surprise, with 190 horsepower at 3,800 rpm and 322 lb. ft. of torque at 1,750 - 2,500 rpm (estimated). All engines are mated to a brand-new eight-speed automatic transmission. New Eight-Speed Automatic Transmission The newly developed transmission provides quick and crisp shifts for a more engaging and efficient driving experience via the available column-mounted paddles. Despite having two extra gears, the eight-speed transmission, which was designed in-house, is lighter than the outgoing six-speed model. The automatic transmission adds ratio range at both the top and bottom of output speeds allowing for extra thrust off-the-line and a quieter, more fuel-efficient dash down the interstate. A multi-disc and individually controlled hydraulic channel torque converter improves responsiveness by expanding the direct connection band, while a downsized oil pump and double ball bearings minimize friction loss. HTRAC Advanced AWD System The 2019 Santa Fe has Hyundai’s HTRAC All-Wheel-Drive (AWD) system. The HTRAC AWD system was developed as a multi-mode system, providing an electronic, variable-torque-split clutch with active torque control between the front and rear axles. The driver-selectable HTRAC Normal, Sport and Smart modes help provide confident control in all weather conditions. The Sport setting gives a more agile feel by sending more available torque to the rear wheels, for a sporty dynamic feel when desired. This system has a wider range of torque distribution variability than many competitive systems and has been tuned to conditions such as straight-line acceleration, medium- and high-speed cornering, and hill starts. Interior Space and Visibility Interior cabin space has been enhanced on the 2019 Santa Fe. Inside, there is now more cargo room behind the second-row seats, when second-row seats are folded. In addition to more cargo space, second-row leg room has also been lengthened to be best-in-class. The H-point distance between the first and second rows has also been increased and the floor has been lowered for even more second-row comfort. Engineers also have incorporated one-touch folding second-row seats.
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