PORTLAND, OR – Two years from now, when Hyundai Motor America launches its third new midsize cross/utility vehicle, the brand will have a lineup of CUVs that are all unibody-based but varied in size. Currently, the South Korean auto maker is preparing for the U.S. launch of its entry-level Tucson, Hyundai’s first new model here since its Santa Fe CUV debuted in mid-2000. Tucson also is the smallest of the new trio. (See related story: Early Tucson Sales to Mostly Non-Hyundai Owners) ...

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