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Hyundai Tucson: Trip computer (Type A)

Hyundai Tucson - Fourth generation (NX4) - (2020-2023) - Owner's Manual / Instrument cluster / LCD display / Trip computer (Type A)

The trip computer is a microcomputercontrolled driver information system that displays information related to driving.

Information

Some driving information stored in the trip computer (for example Average Vehicle Speed) resets if the battery is disconnected.

Trip modes

Drive Info

  • Trip distance
  • Average Fuel Economy
  • Instant Fuel Economy

Since refueling

  • Trip distance
  • Average Fuel Economy
  • Instant Fuel Economy

Accumulated Info

  • Trip distance
  • Average Fuel Economy
  • Instant Fuel Economy

Auto Stop (if equipped)

Digital speedometer

To change the trip mode, toggle the

To change the trip mode, toggle the " " switch on the steering wheel

  • Manual reset

To clear the average fuel economy manually, press the OK switch on the steering wheel for more than 1 second when the Average Fuel Economy is displayed.

  • Automatic reset

To automatically reset the average fuel economy, select between 'After Ignition' or 'After Refueling' from the Settings menu in the instrument cluster

  • After Ignition: When the engine has been OFF for 3 minutes or longer the average fuel economy will reset automatically.
  • After Refueling: The average fuel economy will reset automatically after adding 6 liters (1.6 gallons) of fuel or more and after driving speed exceeds 1 mph (1 km/h)

*For 10.25-inch instrument cluster, you can check the fuel economy in the center bottom of the cluster.

Drive info

Trip distance (1), average fuel economy

Trip distance (1), average fuel economy (2), and instant fuel economy (3) are displayed.

The information is combined for each ignition cycle. However, when the engine has been OFF for 3 minutes or longer the Drive Info screen will reset.

To reset manually, press the OK switch on the steering wheel for more than 1 second when 'Drive Info' is displayed.

Since refuel(l)ing

Trip distance (1), average fuel economy

Trip distance (1), average fuel economy (2), and instant fuel economy (3) after the vehicle has been refueled are displayed.

To reset manually, press the OK switch on the steering wheel for more than 1 second when 'Since Refueling' is displayed.

Accumulated info

Accumulated trip distance (1), average

Accumulated trip distance (1), average fuel economy (2), and instant fuel economy (3) are displayed.

The information is accumulated starting from the last reset.

To reset manually, press the OK switch on the steering wheel for more than 1 second when 'Accumulated Info' is displayed.

Auto stop (if equipped)

AUTO STOP display shows the elapsed

AUTO STOP display shows the elapsed time of engine stop by Idle Stop and Go system.

For more details, refer to "Idle Stop and Go (ISG)" section in chapter 6.

Digital speedometer

Digital speedometer display shows the

Digital speedometer display shows the speed of the vehicle

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