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Old 1st November 2022, 15:58   #556
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Re: 2020 Hyundai Tucson Facelift Review : 2.0L Diesel with 8-speed AT

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I'm facing some rritating issues with the ICE.

Each time I finish a call, the last played song suddenly starts playing. This is the case even if no music was playing prior to receiving the call. The music that it is playing is through Spotify on my phone.

Whenever I start the car, again the last played song from the last played source starts playing.

Is there any way to control / stop this behaviour?
You should be able to do this in Android auto/Carplay settings on your phone.
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Long term Tucson owners will know the pain of finding replacement tyres of the 225/50 R18 variety due to the limited number of cars sold in India that use this rare size. Other than the OEM Nexens, Bridgestone and Vredesteins were the only ones available.

But worry no more, the soon to be ubiquitous Toyota Innova Hycross has 225/50 R18s (in the higher ZX variants). So hopefully Tucson owners will have more choice of rubber going forward.
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I could not get the wiper working automatically. I find two issues with wipers.

The automatic function does not work. When I mentioned the same in the first service, the service manager asked one of his guys to splash some water on to the windshield and the wiper worked. But it does not work while raining even though I adjusted the sensitivity of the wiper and made it max.

The second issue is that the wiper gets automatically on when the car gets into a sudden bumpy road
The SA fixed the sensor by applying super glue to the sensor but it did not work since he found out that the sensor was not glued properly. So he went with the replacement route. He had to order it and it took almost a month to get it from Korea. He tested it by flashing water on the windscreen but I will not call it a success unless I test it properly in a good rain with different sensitivities though.2020 Hyundai Tucson Facelift Review : 2.0L Diesel with 8-speed AT-20220826_115009.jpg
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Long term Tucson owners will know the pain of finding replacement tyres of the 225/50 R18 variety due to the limited number of cars sold in India that use this rare size. Other than the OEM Nexens, Bridgestone and Vredesteins were the only ones available.

But worry no more, the soon to be ubiquitous Toyota Innova Hycross has 225/50 R18s (in the higher ZX variants). So hopefully Tucson owners will have more choice of rubber going forward.
Thats good news. When I bought the car, there was a thought to change to Pirelli since I heard horror stories about stock Nexen tyres. Distinguished-BHPian nkrishnap also suggested the same when I visited his Car detailing shop, Krithi Car Care for PPF application. I did not want to spend and decided to continue with stock until a decent mileage of 25K (min).

Having said that I heard from another Tucson owner that his mileage dropped since he switched to Pirelli.
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Long term Tucson owners will know the pain of finding replacement tyres of the 225/50 R18 variety due to the limited number of cars sold in India that use this rare size. Other than the OEM Nexens, Bridgestone and Vredesteins were the only ones available.
Aren't Tucson tyres 225/55 R18? I really don't want lower sidewalls than existing ones.

I was planning to replace Nexen tyres with Vredestein on hitting 20k.
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Aren't Tucson tyres 225/55 R18? I really don't want lower sidewalls than existing ones.
You are absolutely right, the Tucson DOES wear 225/55 R18s. Looks like I got confused with the profile number. Maybe I was too eager to find more tyre options that I saw what I wanted to see . Thanks for pointing it out.
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Re: 2020 Hyundai Tucson Facelift Review : 2.0L Diesel with 8-speed AT

Floor mats

Bought the new Tucson 2L Diesel In May 22, fantastic and easy car to drive on the highway as well as on congested roads of Pune. Got the stock floor mats with the car, looking for decent floor mats, which are washable, any recommendations?
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Re: 2020 Hyundai Tucson Facelift Review : 2.0L Diesel with 8-speed AT

Hello,
Need some info/feedback on 2020 model.

- Headlamp leveling system. How it works?
- Any aftermarket 360' camera system.
- LED headlamp issues. Anything outside the low beam range is invisible.High Beam doesn't help either.
- Need for additional LED bars ?Feedback on them.
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Re: 2020 Hyundai Tucson Facelift Review : 2.0L Diesel with 8-speed AT

All seems peaceful here and hence, I am here to add some life to this dead thread. It is good in a way because it cements the fact that owning a Tucson is boring.. and I mean it in a good way.. haha!

I am here to state that I have completed 35k kms without any hassles/issues, touchwood. It is consistently returnng a fuel economy of 10-12 km/l in the city and around 15-17 km/l on the highway depending on how violent you are with the accelerator. The car runs good as new and has only undergone the 3 routine services at designated intervals. Nothing much to say honestly! I shall try posting pictures of the car whenever I happen to click a few. Any questions are welcome.

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Hello,
Need some info/feedback on 2020 model.

- Headlamp leveling system. How it works?
- Any aftermarket 360' camera system.
- LED headlamp issues. Anything outside the low beam range is invisible.High Beam doesn't help either.
- Need for additional LED bars ?Feedback on them.
1) I am not sure if the car has auto levelling headlamps but I haven't really had an issue with the default setting.
2) It's tough to find a aftermarket 360 camera for a model that sells only a handful each month. I would suggest against getting this installed at all.
3) I am not facing this problem. The throw from the low and high beam is more than satisfactory for me.
4) I honestly hate those. They completely blind oncoming traffic and are a safety hazard IMHO. As I said, for me, the light performance is adequate in most conditions.

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Old 31st March 2023, 12:20   #565
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Re: 2020 Hyundai Tucson Facelift Review : 2.0L Diesel with 8-speed AT

@umairalvi
Thank you for the feedback. Pls find my views.

1) our model doesn't have a headlamp level dial. If am right older and newer model have. So with load how does the light beam adjust?
2) I agree, but my search continues. Someone suggested "Powerdrive". Some 3d kit they fix in any existing AV system. Dont know its effect on warranty.
3)Are the high beams increasing your visibility on road surface ? For me they illuminate only if there is a reflector or a vehicle ahead.Road surface visibility is only due to low beam.
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Old 14th May 2023, 21:22   #566
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Re: 2020 Hyundai Tucson Facelift Review : 2.0L Diesel with 8-speed AT

Has anyone installed a dashcam or a 360 camera in their cars? Looking for advice on the wiring and any any adverse impact on warranty.
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Re: 2020 Hyundai Tucson Facelift Review : 2.0L Diesel with 8-speed AT

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Hi Rahul. Hope you are enjoying your AWD Tucson! I have a basic question. What is your engine RPM while you are cruising at 100 kmph? I want to know if there is a difference between AWD and 2WD variant.

Thanks in advance.
Sorry for super delayed reply. Not a regular here anymore. (Life sucks)

It is about 1200 rpm at 100 kmph.
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