Hyundai Tucson PDF Workshop and Repair manuals

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Hyundai Tucson

1 generation, 2004-2010

The compact crossover Hyundai Tucson was introduced by the Korean company in 2004. The car was equipped with gasoline engines 2.0 (141 hp) and V6 2.7 (175 hp), as well as a two-liter turbodiesel, which develops 113-150 forces. Buyers were offered versions with a manual transmission or with a four-speed “automatic”, in the model line were versions with front and all-wheel drive.

Only four-wheel drive vehicles with gasoline engines were supplied to Russia. Prices for Hyundai Tucson began with a mark of 26 thousand dollars.

From most markets, the crossover went away in 2009 or 2010 with the introduction of the new Hyundai ix35, but for example, in China the car was sold for several more years. And in Brazil, the Tucson is still manufactured – with a two-liter engine, capable of running on gasoline or ethyl alcohol. In addition to Korea and Brazil, cars were also assembled in China, Taiwan and Ukraine.

2nd generation, 2009-2015

The second generation Hyundai Tucson was introduced in 2009. The former name was preserved only in the markets of Korea, the USA and some countries of South America, and for the rest of the world the model was sold as Hyundai ix35.

On the crossover was installed a two-liter petrol engine with a capacity of 164-166 liters. from. The Korean market also offered a version with an 184-horsepower diesel engine of the same volume, and in the US – with a 2.4 petrol engine, developing 170-182 liters. from.

Hyundai Tucson was offered with both front and all-wheel drive, the cars were equipped with a manual transmission or a six-speed automatic.

Also for the American market was prepared a small-scale version of the Tucson FCEV with an 80-kilowatt electric motor, the energy for which was produced in fuel cells working on hydrogen.

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