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Auto review: Hyundai Tucson grows up

If you were asked to pick a distinguishing feature of the 2015 Hyundai Tucson, you might choose its reliability. After all, Hyundai surprised the industry with the vehicle by topping the recent J.D. Power study of initial quality. Or, you might mention the vehicle's good value relative to its peers. But the second-generation crossover, launched in 2009, had a generically Asian appearance, which while pleasing, didn't endow the Tucson with much of an image or reflect its true quality. That changes with the third-generation Tucson, the 2016, which wears the crisp, conservative clothes of its larger siblings, the Santa Fe Sport and Santa Fe. All three now share similar design cues,...