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Hey. New to board, and new to the Tucson. We've had our 2022 limited for about 2 1/2 months. I love the car so far...so much bang for the buck. That said, there's a few button quirks I don't understand...and wanted to know if there were any alternatives solutions (and sorry, not in the mood to go manual digging).

Steering Track-Preset Up/Down: This button appears reversed from what it should be. I press up, and the track goes down, and vice versa. It almost feels like the polarity was accidentally reversed on the switch. Is it like this on all Tucsons? Something I should look into?

Garage Door Opener: This only works if the engine is running. Not a huge deal. I just hit it, and then cut the ignition....but some times I forget. It would be nice if the garage door opener worked when the engine wasn't running (like a traditional clicker).

Panoramic Roof Shade: Is there an easy way to open just the shade, but keep the sunroof closed? As it stands now, I have to: (1) push the button back, which opens the shade, and sunroof all the way; (2) push the sunroof button up, which closes the sunroof, and puts it in the tilt position (but keeps the shade open); and (3) push the sunroof button again, which then closes the title position.

Wishes: I wish the side mirror positioning were connected to the power seat presets, and wireless android auto on the 10" center counsel screen (about to make another post about that). And maybe another 30-40 horsepower.

These are all very minor issues though. Again, I really like the car.
 

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Sunroof is a two position switch to open. Just slightly push it back to open shade all the way. Push further back to open shade and roof.

It really is not that easy to discern the two stops.

With regards to more HP - that’s one of the reasons I got the hybrid. That and the supposed fuel economy. Note the Highway mpgs don’t measure up in real life.
 

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Sunroof is a two position switch to open. Just slightly push it back to open shade all the way. Push further back to open shade and roof.

It really is not that easy to discern the two stops.

With regards to more HP - that’s one of the reasons I got the hybrid. That and the supposed fuel economy. Note the Highway mpgs don’t measure up in real life.
Thanks. I've never even felt the "partial" button press for the roof. I'll give that a shot today. I thought about the Hybrid...but we were pushing our budget with the limited trim already. Thought about going with a lower trim+hybrid....but we live in the city so most of our driving is stop and go anyway...plus I wanted all the safety features on the limited trim. Thanks again, and congrats on the hybrid.
 

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Hey. New to board, and new to the Tucson. We've had our 2022 limited for about 2 1/2 months. I love the car so far...so much bang for the buck. That said, there's a few button quirks I don't understand...and wanted to know if there were any alternatives solutions (and sorry, not in the mood to go manual digging).

Steering Track-Preset Up/Down: This button appears reversed from what it should be. I press up, and the track goes down, and vice versa. It almost feels like the polarity was accidentally reversed on the switch. Is it like this on all Tucsons? Something I should look into?

Garage Door Opener: This only works if the engine is running. Not a huge deal. I just hit it, and then cut the ignition....but some times I forget. It would be nice if the garage door opener worked when the engine wasn't running (like a traditional clicker).

Panoramic Roof Shade: Is there an easy way to open just the shade, but keep the sunroof closed? As it stands now, I have to: (1) push the button back, which opens the shade, and sunroof all the way; (2) push the sunroof button up, which closes the sunroof, and puts it in the tilt position (but keeps the shade open); and (3) push the sunroof button again, which then closes the title position.

Wishes: I wish the side mirror positioning were connected to the power seat presets, and wireless android auto on the 10" center counsel screen (about to make another post about that). And maybe another 30-40 horsepower.

These are all very minor issues though. Again, I really like the car.
@jellob1976 - My comments as follows:

- re Steering Track-Preset Up/Down: Note the steering wheel Media Track-Radio Preset switch behaves the same way in all Tucsons. I suppose the South Koreans look at some things a little differently than us folks here in N.A. To them the next song in a list of songs on a smartphone or USB drive is down, not up... which kind of makes sense when you really think about it. That same sort of logic doesn't make as much sense though when you use the switch to flick through your radio presets. Hyundai consider that Up is "left" and Down is "right" for the radio presets. Thankfully they don't use that same logic for the turn signal lever!

- re Garage Door Opener: Yes, this only works if the engine is running or the ignition is turned on. Things worked the same way in the Audi Q5 I recently sold. If you're sitting in your shut-down Tucson inside the garage and you want to open the garage door, just press the engine stop/start button twice (without pressing on the brake pedal) to turn on the ignition - you'll then be able to use the vehicle's Homelink buttons tp open the garage door before starting your engine.

- re Panoramic Roof Shade: As Stealthboost mentioned, the Panoramic Sunroof control switch has a couple of subtle "detents" in both the forward and rearward directions. The 1st detent in both directions is for the shade only. The 2nd detent in both directions moves the glass sunroof.

Glad to hear you really like your Tucson. I really like mine as well. :)

- Richard
 

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Thanks! Re the steering wheel track button, that makes sense if you think of it like the way songs are displayed on a smart phone. I'm just glad there's nothing wrong with it; and I'll get used to it.

Same with the garage door opener. I actually mostly use the wall mounted button most of the time anyway. This is just one of those little quirks I'll get used to.
 

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Thanks! Re the steering wheel track button, that makes sense if you think of it like the way songs are displayed on a smart phone. I'm just glad there's nothing wrong with it; and I'll get used to it.

Same with the garage door opener. I actually mostly use the wall mounted button most of the time anyway. This is just one of those little quirks I'll get used to.
On the plus side... the Tucson's Homelink garage door opener has fantastic range... at least 3 times the range my Audi had. (y)
 
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