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|28th July 2009, 00:21||#16|
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In some SUVs, the rear boot space is a crumple zone. In the event of someone rear ending the vehicle hard, the boot area crumples/crushes absorbing the energy and protecting the people in the back.
Not the correct place for children ... me thinks
Disclaimer: No idea if this is true for the Tuscan...
|28th July 2009, 03:44||#17|
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I've driven both Tucson and Captiva and I will buy Captiva hands down with my eyes close without a second thought.
The quality is much better and it feels well planted on the roads compared to the Tucson. Not much gadgetry in the Captiva though.
|28th July 2009, 10:58||#18|
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However, Captiva does not 4wd in the manual transmission mode.
|28th July 2009, 13:40||#19|
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Tucson - Bad Idea considering resale value and maintenance
Try Captiva it is a good bet, even Grand Vitara is a better option today and lastly if you can wait go for the Fortuner in Oct.
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