Overview

   

The Hyundai Tucson is back for another model year, and it's sure to be a strong seller once again. The 2021 edition continues the popular crossover's third generation, with a few adjustments to the paint choices. What doesn't change is Hyundai's generous inclusion of three years of complimentary scheduled maintenance (oil/filter changes and tire rotations) and industry-leading warranties, highlighted by 10 years/100,000 miles of powertrain coverage.

        

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Power and Efficiency Specs

   

The six trim levels of the 2021 Tucson are, in rising order of MSRP and amenities, the SE, Value, SEL, Sport, Limited, and Ultimate. The SE and Value get the base engine, a 161 hp 2.0-liter four-cylinder, while the SEL, Sport, and Limited enjoy a power upgrade to a 181 hp 2.4-liter four-cylinder. A six-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drivetrain are standard, but all-wheel drive is a popular option. The '21 Tucson's fuel economy numbers are good, with the FWD 2.0-liter trims rated by the EPA for 23 mpg around town and 28 mpg on the highway, and the AWD base-engine versions rated for 22 city/25 highway. The 2.4-liter trims with FWD get 22 city/28 highway, and the AWD ones dip slightly to 21 city/26 highway.

   
   
       

   
   

Standard Features

   

The entry-level SE has automatic headlights, cloth seats, 17-inch wheels, tilt steering, and a handy dual-level floor in the cargo area, plus some active safety technologies (see the next section for details). The Value trim adds heated exterior mirrors, rooftop rails, heated front seats, and a power-adjustable driver's seat. The SEL is improved with 18-inch wheels, auto climate control with two zones, and heat/AC vents for the back seat. The Sport trim is the only trim to get 19-inch wheels, and it also adds LED headlights, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a wireless device charger, and a hands-free liftgate. The Limited spoils its occupants with leather seats, a heated steering wheel, a power front passenger seat, and a 360-degree monitor. The loaded Ultimate gets basically all of the above plus rain-sensing wipers, heated rear seats, and cooled/heated front seats.

 
   

Technology Features

   

All trim levels of the 2021 Hyundai Tucson receive a well-rounded suite of active safety features: forward collision warning, lane keep assist, and a driver attention warning system. A blind spot monitor with rear cross-traffic alert is added for the Value trim and above, and the Ultimate trim gets adaptive cruise control.

   

The infotainment system in the 2021 Tucson beats that of many competitors. The base version has a 7-inch touchscreen, both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, and six speakers. The Value trim gets the benefit of high-def radio and satellite radio, and the Sport trim enjoys an audio upgrade to the Infinity brand with eight speakers. The top trim, the Ultimate, earns its name with standard navigation and an 8-inch touchscreen.


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