Big, roomy SUV, but has a few issues with age.
2011 Hyundai Tucson GL
My Hyundai Tucson has been reliable over the years, yet has had a few problems. It is been a great family car for driving carpools to school and has lots of trunk space for everyone's gear. There's lots of legroom, both in the front seats and back row. The car had no problems at the beginning, but over the years has begun to wear down. It does not drive very smoothly'I'd describe it as a car that rumbles a lot, especially on bumpy roads with potholes. It has occurred a few times'though rarely' that the breaks have been problematic. When you try to press the breaks there's a bit of resistance on the brake pedal and it shakes and pushes your foot back up. It feels the way breaks do when sliding on ice or snow, even if there's no ice or snow around. My Tucson model has also had a few recalls over the years, so we've had to bring it into the shop a lot. Additionally, a few times the key has gotten stuck in the ignition and it does not turn off. Overall, I have had a lot of problems with the 2011 Tucson model, but have heard that the newer models have solved a lot of these issues.