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What is Hyundai Tucson Motor Torque

Tucson SUV

Exterior Modification Newton Meter Pound-Foot Rotations per Minute Kilogram Meter

2004 - 2009

2.0 CDX 184 N-m 136 lbs-ft 4500 rpm 18.8 kg-m
2.0 CRDi Premium 305 N-m 225 lbs-ft 1800 rpm 31.1 kg-m
2.0 CRDi Style 305 N-m 225 lbs-ft 1800 rpm 31.1 kg-m
2.0 CRTD CDX 245 N-m 181 lbs-ft 1800 rpm 25 kg-m
2.0 CRTD GSI 245 N-m 181 lbs-ft 1800 rpm 25 kg-m
2.0 CRTD Limited 305 N-m 225 lbs-ft 1800 rpm 31 kg-m
2.0 CRTD Xenith 305 N-m 225 lbs-ft 1800 rpm 31 kg-m
2.0 GSI 184 N-m 136 lbs-ft 4500 rpm 18.8 kg-m
2.0 184 N-m 136 lbs-ft 4500 rpm 18.8 kg-m
2.7 V6 CDX 241 N-m 178 lbs-ft 4000 rpm 24.6 kg-m

You can easily transfer it to 136 lbs-ft in Pounds-Feet and achieve top torque at 4500 rpm. The torque is also counted as 31.1 kg-m – it gives more data about 2.0 CRDi Premium. A distinguished feature of Hyundai Tucson is torque figure at 241 N-m. All speeding opportunities of Hyundai Tucson depend on the figure of torque.

  • 2.0 CRTD CDX gets quite great torque at 245 N-m and drives dynamically.

  • It’s near sport decision to put 305 N-m torque to 2.0 CRDi Style.

  • In Hyundai Tucson the engine is a combination of power and economic drive.

  • You may still reduce fuel consumption if keeping the motor below 1800 rpm.

  • It’s for the driver to decide how Hyundai Tucson should go.

  • You may keep your car efficient by driving at 4500 rpm.

Have a look at what Hyundai says of ways for keeping 2.0 CRTD Xenith efficient. You might be satisfied or not by having 184 N-m which means 136 lbs-ft torque. The driver should be aware that Hyundai Tucson has the engine with nominal rotations at 1800 rpm.

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