"As for handling, it's a compact crossover; you won't take this to your local track day instead of your Porsche 911 GT3. With that said, it feels way more solid than the outgoing model. Even over washboard dirt roads, I can't hear any squeaks or rattles. Hyundai added more reinforcements all around making the whole package more than 15 percent stiffer than last year's car.
"The largest available wheels are 19s and are wrapped in a tire sporting a 55 aspect ratio. That means the MacPherson strut front and multilink rear suspension don't have to work as hard to hide most normal road imperfections."
-- Jake Lingeman, Autoweek