I like a good sleeper. If you ask Google what a sleeper car is, you’ll get an answer involving disguised potential or unassuming performance. The new Hyundai Tucson N-Line is the exact opposite of a sleeper, although that doesn’t mean I dislike it…
I’ve got a bit of a problem. After the Hyundai Staria, Staria MultiCab, Kia Sportage, Carnival and Mercedes GLB, this Hyundai Tucson just hopped onto my crowded list of best cars for 2022.
We live in truly amazing times. Never mind mobile phones and other consumable gadgets, the variety of cars in today’s market is absolutely mind-boggling. Take this 7-seater Hyundai crossover, for example…
Say hello to my latest champion for our next round of NamWheels Car of the Year candidates. Wait, what? A van!? You betcha…
The epic trip
I’m sure you’ve heard of the custom that bumping into a friend for the second (or third) time in quick succession means you should go for coffee together? Well, I firmly believe in this and when it comes to cars, the new Hyundai Tucson and I are going for coffee, muffins, cappuccino and a light brunch.
The strong contender
The new Hyundai Tucson has been making quite a few waves since it arrived in our market around March of this year. Besides its double name change from Tucson to ix35 and back to Tucson again for this third generation SUV, it’s also garnered quite a bit of praise from the local media. Chicks dig it.
‘n Ster met Snelheid!
Dit lyk partykeer of name vir nuwe motors en modelle begin opraak. Neem nou maar die naam wat Hyundai gekies het vir sy sportkoepee met sy nuwe, 150 kW turbo-enjin, die Veloster. Maar wat is daar nou eintlik in ‘n naam?