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Is the Hyundai Tucson Ultimate PHEV a smart buy?


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Hello, have you bought one or are you planning to order one?
I bought mine in January—an ultimate plug-in with a tech pack—and was told it would arrive in June. Then we got emails saying it would arrive in April, then May, and then June. The most recent email said there are no delivery dates—it will arrive when it's ready.

So, if you order the car, you might get it in six to nine months, if that makes sense.
As for the car, it's a good one, but like most new cars, its software has some bugs that need to be fixed.
like the time and date not being saved in the car or other places.


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Just now, Starcar2022 said:

I'm not sure of the BHP, but it's a huge vehicle to move about for a 1.6-liter engine, which is why I'm selling my 1.5-liter MH HS PHEV.

My Santa Fe PHEV has a 1.6-liter petrol engine, and I can't say that I've had any issues with it up to this point.

Having said that, the vehicle that came before this one was a Peugeot 5008 equipped with a 3-cylinder 1.2-liter petrol engine. Although it was a lighter automobile (1400 kilogrammes as opposed to 2100 kilogrammes), it sometimes seemed slow.

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As far as cars go, companies that make them are getting ideas from companies that make motorcycles.
We will be driving big cars with 200 bhp engines that are 1 litre in size.

The Tucson plug-in has 180 bhp, and when I test drove it, I thought it was pretty quick.

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