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Hyundai ix35 Reviews

Hyundai introduced the ix35 in 2010, retiring the Tucson name in favour of the Eurocentric, number-based system. These days, however, Hyundai has moved back the to Tucson name for the new, larger model. The ix35 is a mid-sized SUV, delivering a combination of city- and family-friendly packaging, just enough off-road ability and traditional Hyundai value. The ix35 was available with a choice of petrol and diesel engines, manual and automatic gearboxes and two or four-wheel drive.

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