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EJH
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Post by EJH »

Hi all, attached (hopefully), links to 2x YouTube videos giving full info on the facelifted NX4. All be it the South Korean version (which will no doubt be 'Europeanised' for us). Be prepared for certain upgrades to be excluded like built in dash-cam etc.
Nice touch with 'double glazed front glass'.
What do you guys think?


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Post by alan sh »

Some nice little touches, but not enough to make me want to change (so far).
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It beggars belief that the rear indicators are even lower than previously rather than modernising and incorporating in the higher cluster as progressive led units
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Post by ravenwest »

Al94 wrote: Sun Feb 11, 2024 6:40 pm It beggars belief that the rear indicators are even lower than previously rather than modernising and incorporating in the higher cluster as progressive led units
My thoughts exactly :roll:
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Post by DotDotDotDot »

Big thumbs up from me. I like the more squared grill. I noticed when I was stateside that Hyundai have a Santa Cruz model which is a kinda pickup. The Tucson front grill now mirrors the Santa's Cruz grill. I think the glass is double laminated rather than double glazed and in some of the vids it says the current model already has this and it has been included in the two front side windows on the facelift. I like the new styling , particularly on the N Line models. The interior is certainly a step up from the current model. Hopefully the Euro models will get the Head Up Display. I agree that the rear indicators are set low but does it really matter? The side mirror indicator is actually visible from behind should the car behind be so close as not to see the lower bumper lights. If they are going to be incandescent bulbs then I'll just change them for leds which I have done with my current car. I notice the H logo in the rear window is now part of the screen rather than a seperate piece which allows a bigger wiper blade. And at last, the new Nav ccNc allows for wireless AA/ACP plus OT updates.

In summary some very nice updates and subject to final specs and prices I'll be certainly taking a test drive when it's eventually here.
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Really not a fan of either the alloys or the front grille, it doesnt suit the car at all imo.

Liking the interior changes, apart from the physical knobs, but not enough for me to change.
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Post by daibill »

My 3 year time with the Tucson is up in May next year so will be looking around this time next year. As it stands, it's not impressing me enough to get another although I will decide after I've test driven one. I'm disappointed with what has been done with the interior and who has normal bulbs anymore? Some of the colours are interesting but what will we actually get offered?
What to get as an alternative I am yet to establish but I want a hybrid.. It's also not going to be cheaper is it?
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Post by Berty »

It is nice but as others might consider it is not nice enough for want to jump from my current NX4 to a facelift. Sure, if I got a good enough deal I might consider it but I won't be chasing any dealerships on it, if my dealer contacts me and wants my car back with a good deal then I might consider it for a 2025 year but cannot see that happening. I'm in Ireland and the Tucson is Ireland number 1 selling car so there will be no shortage of buyers for it once they start advertising it.
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ravenwest wrote: Sun Feb 11, 2024 7:07 pm
Al94 wrote: Sun Feb 11, 2024 6:40 pm It beggars belief that the rear indicators are even lower than previously rather than modernising and incorporating in the higher cluster as progressive led units
My thoughts exactly :roll:
To be fair after 3 months of ownership that is the only fault I have yet found on the current model, bordering on dangerous positioning.
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