This Hyundai Tucson Only Comes out at ‘Night’

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A couple of years ago we brought you our first impressions of the all-new third-generation Hyundai Tucson crossover utility vehicle. For 2017, Hyundai has added the limited production Night model. Night adds a new blackout monotone appeal to the Tucson lineup for those seeking a bit more style with their substance.

This Hyundai Tucson Only Comes out at 'Night'

2017 Hyundai Tucson Night/Images courtesy Hyundai

Our first impressions of the new Tucson put it at the top of its class for compact cute utes, that is until corporate sibling Kia brought its latest CUV to market last year. The corporate cousins offer some of the best value in the segment today with the Kia edging out Hyundai in the power ratings. Special editions such as the Night seek to offset some of that pull in the Kia showroom and after spending a week in the new Tucson Night I will give the nod back to Hyundai.

This Hyundai Tucson Only Comes out at 'Night'

The Tucson Night offers a special monotone trim and wheel appearance to really stand out in a crowd. The Night package also delivers a panoramic sunroof along with dark, black-tinted glass for a blackout look. The 19-inch RAYS matte black wheels truly dress the side view of the Tucson Night and inside drivers will enjoy aluminum alloy pedals along with perforated leather steering wheel. And that Caribbean Blue model-specific paint is just stunning.

This Hyundai Tucson Only Comes out at 'Night'

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David was editor of AutoworldToday at Today Newspapers in the Dallas suburbs until its closing in 2009. He was also webmaster and photographer/videographer. He got started doing photography for the newspaper while working as a firefighter/paramedic in one of his towns, and began working for the newspaper group full-time in 1992. David entered automotive journalism in 1998 and became AutoworldToday editor in 2002. On the average, he drives some 100 new vehicles each year. He enjoys the great outdoors and as an avid fly fisherman, as is his spouse Tish. He especially enjoys nature photography and is inspired by the works of Ansel Adams.