Hyundai Tucson Features –
- Available 175-hp 1.6L Turbo GDI DOHC 4-cylinder engine
- Available All Wheel Drive
- 60/40-split Rear Seatbacks
- 61.9 Cubic Feet of Space
Its fluid design opens up a world of possibilities. The available panoramic sunroof extends from the front seats to the back, bringing in light and fresh air. A rear spoiler with brake lights built in. And in between, flowing lines and Fluidic Sculpture design that are uniquely Hyundai.
There’s a sweet spot for every Tucson driver with a standard driver seat that can be configured 6 ways and an available power 8-way seat. The available leather-appointed passenger cabin offers both ventilated and heated front seats. While the available dual automatic climate control, maximizes comfort no matter how long or short your drive.
What are critics saying about the Hyundai Tucson?
The sleek new styling of the redesigned 2016 Hyundai Tucson incorporates what Hyundai calls “Fluidic Sculpture 2.0” design language, which suggests it’s more of an evolutionary product than a revolutionary one. After all, version 2.0 of anything is just an outgrowth of the original; it’s derivative by definition. But under the new Tucson’s stylish skin, there’s something closer to a revolution going on. With its sprightly and fuel-efficient turbocharged engine, roomier interior and cutting-edge safety and technology features, the latest Tucson is a real threat to disrupt the compact-crossover status quo. Read More >>
Car and Driver –
The Tucson offers performance, a solid ride, and a sense of quality that is tough to ignore. The interior offers a sensible design along with ample cargo space and rear-seat room. Powertrains include a 164-hp four-cylinder with a six-speed automatic and front-wheel drive; a 175-hp turbo four with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and front-wheel drive is optional. All-wheel drive is optional on both models. Luxury options abound, including heated/ventilated seats and a panoramic sunroof. Read More >>
Motor Trend –
Hyundai’s Tucson has long been a nice, middle-of-the-road small crossover. The last-generation car added some much-needed styling pizzazz, and this new one takes it a step further. It’s longer, wider, lower, and more mature. It’s got a new, more powerful engine, and it gets better fuel economy. It’s loaded with more features. However, most of those improvements depend on how much money you’re willing to spend. Read More >>