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I know this is north American forum, but maybe someone will be able to help me out. I have european 2022 tucson 1.6 hev 230hp with 6 speed torque converter automatic. There is no rpm gauge and I can't hear an engine so I can't tell at what speed each gear kicks in. For example in previous car I knew that 5th gear engaged at 73 km/h and 6th at 83 km/h. Is there anyone who knows those speeds for my tucson? is there any datasheet? Thanks for reading.
 

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Hi everyone

I know this is north American forum, but maybe someone will be able to help me out. I have european 2022 tucson 1.6 hev 230hp with 6 speed torque converter automatic. There is no rpm gauge and I can't hear an engine so I can't tell at what speed each gear kicks in. For example in previous car I knew that 5th gear engaged at 73 km/h and 6th at 83 km/h. Is there anyone who knows those speeds for my tucson? is there any datasheet? Thanks for reading.
Hi DP
On my 2022 Tucson Hybrid Limited PHEV in setup then vehicle then cluster 6hen scroll to bottom to tachometer you can set it on any of the driving modes. Hope this helps.
 

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You can calculate the rpm from the given specs:
1st: 4.64
2nd: 2.83
3rd: 1.84
4th: 1.39
5th: 1.0
6th: 0.77
Final Drive: 3.32
Wheel Diameter: 29.0" (17" wheels and 235/65/R17 tires)

There are several online rpm calculators that will do the math for you if you enter the data. As you can see, the gearing is quite tall with the engine turning just 1777rpm @ 60mph.
 

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You can calculate the rpm from the given specs:
1st: 4.64
2nd: 2.83
3rd: 1.84
4th: 1.39
5th: 1.0
6th: 0.77
Final Drive: 3.32
Wheel Diameter: 29.0" (17" wheels and 235/65/R17 tires)

There are several online rpm calculators that will do the math for you if you enter the data. As you can see, the gearing is quite tall with the engine turning just 1777rpm @ 60mph.
Thanks, I knew those numbers would be good for something, I'll try to figure it out
 
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