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I see there is already a similar thread to this but it seems associated with the 2006 and I have a 2007 Tucson. Last night I was driving my Tucson and the ECS OFF light came on. No matter how many t...

In a heated garage on a level concrete floor with the brake set and the transmission in park the screw jack of my 2006 Tucson failed. Lucky for me the tire had not yet been removed. The jack twisted...

I can't believe how difficult it was to access and change the oil filter on my 2006 Hyundai Tuscon. It seems that removing the front shield is the only way to access the filter. Anyone have suggesti?...

After introduced in 2004 as 2005 Tucson, 2006 Tucson was slightly changed mainly for interior. 2006 Tucson is nicer than 2005 Tucson. I don't think 2007 Tucson will be any different than 2006 Tucson...

HI i own a hyundai Tucson 2006 diesel 4 wheel drive. I would like to know if anyone knows the oil consumption rate of this model as my oil level is going down really fast. The dealer is telling me it ...

Tucson GL 4WD 4 cyl. Manual Trans...

airflyte, "Hyundai Tucson Maintenance and Repair" #10, 13 Jan 2007 12:57 pm#9...

I have been driving a 2006 Tucson for 4 years [ bought it new] and have had no problems except a little rust on the side behind the passenger door. Loved the car....

1.) Color cladding is coming, but The cladding on Tucson looks very sharp and is not like some others....

HYUNDAI / TUCSON 2005-2007...

I started off thinking "small and economical" and test drove a new Hyundai Tucson Limited AWD. The Tucson was a very sweet little SUV and it was surprisingly fun to drive. I was very surpr...

I too will wait for the 2.4L GDI before I buy the new Tucson. I owned a 2006 Tucson V6 with 173 HP and a crappy 4 speed. It had NO power and really poor MPG too. So even though the 2.4L MPI Tucson i...

Thanks for the additional information, val6. OK, so you were quoted a selling price of $21,164 on a 2006 Hyundai Tucson that has an MSRP of $21,830. A base 2006 Tucson GLS 4WD has a spread of around...
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