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    Pros & Cons for both models, and which is your best choice. Please depend!!!
    Some say Tucson has a serious muscle & beauty behind its engine & its face! But that would be enough to outsmart the ASX reliability, safety & flexiblity?!?!?!

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    Diba may ASX ka na, what can you say? ;)

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    Tucson is #2 in my choise before I bought my ASX last April, and remain #2 after I heard some problems regarding the brand (Hyundai) and the car itself. So far, I dont experience any mild and major problem regarding my first choise (ASX), however I'm planning to add a car on my garage after next year.
    Tucson have a nice specs also and even surpases some of the ASX specs, but I like the push & remote entry, the dial knob for 4WD auto & lock mode, auto side mirror folding when lock, NavSat, safety (7 airbags), HID-lamp & paddle shifters. Furthermore, no issues (so far) from engine stalling, brake & brake dust, A/c, noise inside the compartment...
    Subsequently, still not conviced to own a Tucson or any other Hyundai or Kia brand!
    Finally, may I know the side of Tucson owner, why it is your choise and not the ASX or any SUV on its class???

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    ^

    I think it has got to do with the Hyundai brand in general. Mas nagugustuhan na ng pinoy ang Hyundai with its stylish design.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noel Salisipan View Post
    Subsequently, still not conviced to own a Tucson or any other Hyundai or Kia brand!
    Tucson engine shares design with the ASX engine.

    Benta mo na rin ASX mo? hahaha

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    The ASX still drives better and the CVT has exceptional performance. The Tucson has more space, but not as much more versus the ASX as, say, a CR-V.

    But if we're talking the diesel Tucson, that's another matter...

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    Sa mga Tucson owner po, sana mabigyan nyo ako ng idea "why you chose Tucson above other its class"!
    Admirer din ako ng Tucson pero doesnt yet own one, and up until now Im researching.
    Sana mga Sir, scientific ang comment, and based sa experience. ok na ako sa beauty, sa size at mga flowery words & or survey.
    Finally, this might have a good outcome lalo na sa mga bibili pa lang ng SUV sa class ng Tucson, ASX...etc...

    Thanks sa mga scientific thoughts na maico-contribute nyo.

    -Noel from Pangasinan-

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    Bakit Tucson pinili ko.. Hmm.
    - Diesel e'. Malakas na, matipid pa.
    - Di lang pampamilya, pang isports pa Kidding aside, masarap dalahin kahit saan yung Tucson, worry ko lang yung mags nung sa akin kasi 18".
    - Daming features na wala sa ibang CUV.

    Wala na ako maisip eh. Basta sulit. Di ko pinag sisihan 'to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starex_Gold View Post
    Bakit Tucson pinili ko.. Hmm.
    - Diesel e'. Malakas na, matipid pa.
    - Di lang pampamilya, pang isports pa Kidding aside, masarap dalahin kahit saan yung Tucson, worry ko lang yung mags nung sa akin kasi 18".
    - Daming features na wala sa ibang CUV.


    Wala na ako maisip eh. Basta sulit. Di ko pinag sisihan 'to.
    Sir,
    Yung 4WD system nya, adjustable ba ito o pirmis lang ang 4WD system. Paano run ho kung adjustable sya, lever-stick ba o push button, rotary knob or something?

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    kung pwede lang hindi pumili, If i have extra moolahs to burn, I'll have both.
    but personally, I'll go with ASX.

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ASX vs Tucson (2011, Gas & Premium class)