SINGAPORE (Dec 31): I owned the first-generation Hyundai Tucson when I first arrived in Singapore many years ago. For five glorious years, it served me well. But when the certificate of entitlement ran out, I made the hard decision not to renew it. As it was being driven off to be scrapped, I felt like I was losing a family member. Fast forward to 2018, and we now have a face-lifted third generation (the second generation was launched in 2010).

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