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You’ll find what you need in one of three trims of the Hyundai Tucson. The lineup includes the SE, SEL, and Limited trims, which contain various features for tech, safety, and more.
In the SE trim, highlights include the 8-inch color touchscreen that works with wireless Android Auto™ or Apple CarPlay®. You’ll also get a Rear Occupant Alert and LED headlights.
Smack in the middle resides the SEL trim, which comes with the Proximity Key with push button start, Bluelink® Connected Car Service, and Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist. Heated front seats come standard in this trim level as well.
The premier Limited trim upgrades your dashboard with the 10.25-inch touchscreen navigation system, a Blind-Spot View Monitor, and Remote Smart Park Assist. A panoramic sunroof spans the ceiling of your Hyundai Tucson in this trim.
All the power you need from your Hyundai Tucson stems from the 2.5L Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI)/Multi-Port Injection (MPI) 4-cylinder engine. It generates 187 horsepower and uses an 8-speed automatic transmission with SHIFTRONIC®. If you stick with front-wheel drive (FWD), the Tucson achieves an EPA-estimated 26 city/33 highway MPG.1 With trailer brakes in place, you can tow up to 2,000 pounds when properly equipped.
This 5-passenger crossover primes you for a relaxing ride with available 3-stage heated and ventilated front seats, plus available heated rear seats. You’ll be able to furnish your seating with either stain-resistant cloth or leather trim upgrades. Above your seats, you’ll see the world around you through the optional panoramic sunroof.
Enter the Hyundai Tucson space using the class-exclusive Hyundai Digital Key and access your trunk with another class-exclusive item, the available hands-free, gesture-free smart liftgate.
To add to your relaxation, your cabin will feel well-circulated with breezy multiple vents included with the Multi-Air Mode technology. It disperses the air through the available dual automatic temperature control system.
Here, you’ll find out more about how much room you’ll have in the Hyundai Tucson:
|Dimensions||Front Seat||Rear Seat|
|Headroom||40.1 inches||39.5 inches|
|Hip Room||54.5 inches||53.9 inches|
|Legroom||41.4 inches||41.3 inches|
|Shoulder Room||57.6 inches||56 inches|
The cargo area gives you 41.2 cubic feet of cargo space for furniture, shopping bags, sports gear, and anything else you can imagine. If you need even more space, just put up the rear seats and it expands to 80.3 cubic feet of cargo space.
Where can you learn about the Hyundai Tucson beyond your neighbors’ and friends’ input and the commercials you see online and on TV? Read our series of Hyundai Tucson reviews that cover the most popular facets of this SUV for San Leandro, Fremont, and San Jose, CA, car shoppers. Once you feel well-informed, come visit San Leandro Hyundai to see it in person.
1. 2022 TUCSON: FWD 26 City/33 Hwy/29 Combined MPG, AWD 24 City/29 Hwy/26 Combined MPG. All figures are EPA estimates and for comparison purposes only. Actual mileage may vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits, and vehicle's condition.
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