The 2017 Hyundai Tucson is Honored by Vincentric for its Low Cost of Ownership

When buying a new vehicle in Miami, it's important to look beyond the immediate benefits. Determining the long term costs is just as important. And if you do that, you'll see that the 2017 Hyundai Tucson is a great purchase. Why do we say that? Because the Tucson was just honored by Vincentric for its low cost of ownership.

Every year, Vincentric calculates every vehicle's cost of ownership by taking into account factors like depreciation, financing, insurance, maintenance and repairs, taxes, and fuel. They then give out the Best Fleet Value in America Awards, recognizing the vehicles in each category with the lowest cost of ownership. This is the second time the Tucson has won in the compact SUV/Crossover category.

There are plenty of reasons to choose the new Tucson over the competition. Like its seven-speed EcoShift Dual Clutch Transmission which makes for smoother shifting between gears; and it's not available in the Honda CR-V, Ford Escape, or Nissan Rogue. Or its available Lane Change Assist that helps you determine the safest moment to change lanes by measuring approaching vehicles' speeds; also not available in the Rogue, Escape, or Toyota RAV4.

Now we can add "lowest cost of ownership" to that list. So make a smart long-term decision, and check out the new Hyundai Tucson selection available at Rick Case Hyundai Davie!

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