Looking at the specs on Hyundai's web site, it looks like the Tucson
is roomier in the front seat (where it really matters to me) than the
Santa Fe, even though Tucson is a slightly smaller vehicle.
Has anyone here tried on the Tucson yet? Does it feel bigger inside?
The Santa Fe's B pillar was obnoxiously located for me, ruling it out
immediately. Maybe there's hope for the Tucson...
I understood the Tuscon had more width for the driver/passenger too....Good
for you fat folks<G>
I'm also glad I'm only 5'8"....my Santa Fe fits me well but I can see how it
might be a bit cramped for over 6'....
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Following up myself, I went and tried a couple of Tucsons on today,
and with the seat adjusted correctly, I fit into it quite
comfortably. There was even enough headroom in the LX with the sun
I now have two vehicles of this type on my list of eligible machines:
the Tucson and the Honda Element. Because its drivers' seat is more
adjustable, the Tucson has a scoche more legroom than the Element, so
it's in the lead as of now.
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Over the weekend I tried on a Kia Sportage, and with its lower
center console and better shifter placement, it's even more
comfortable... with the same warranty as the Tucson.
Same adjustable driver's seat, too.
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