I just watched the Tucson reveal. Very interesting. It's no off-roader for sure. But they are going after the family hauler SUV market hard.I've driven a few Hyundai's (Sonata, Elantra, Sante Fe) via my work trips. I always had pleasant experiences with them. The new 2022 Tuscon ( https://www.cnet.com/roadshow/news/2022-hyundai-tucson-unveiled-bold-style-hybrid-options/ ) looks interesting. Like it or not, it's refreshing to see a large brand push the envelope from a design perspective. Can't argue with Hyundai's warranty (5 yr- 60k mile) as being best-in-class, either.
Even though I'm still getting the Bronco, I'll never be mad about new competition coming into the market. Lack of competition is the reason Jeep and Toyota (4runner) have been stagnant for so long.
Actually you can. One of the techs I worked with came from a Hyundia dealer. They did what they could to deny warranty and techs make a lot less money on warranty work, so if you think the 'best' techs are hanging out and working for less at Hyundia dealer well...Can't argue with Hyundai's warranty (5 yr- 60k mile) as being best-in-class, either.