The average listing price on SpeedList for this year, make, and model is $26,265.
This vehicle has been on SpeedList for 39 days.
Axle Ratio: 3.579 Heated Front Bucket Seats W/Power Driver's Seat Leather Seat Trim Radio: Infinity Am/Fm/Hd Radio/Mp3 Audio System First Aid Kit Axle Ratio: 3.579 Heated Front Bucket Seats W/Power Driver's Seat Leather Seat Trim Radio: Infinity Am/Fm/Hd Radio/Mp3 Audio System First Aid Kit Cargo Net Wheel Locks Mudguards Carpeted Floor Mats Tow Hitch 4-Wheel Disc Brakes Air Conditioning Electronic Stability Control Front Bucket Seats Front Center Armrest Leather Shift Knob Spoiler Tachometer Abs Brakes Adjustable Head Restraints: Driver And Passenger W/Tilt Alloy Wheels Automatic Temperature Control Brake Assist Bumpers: Body-Color Delay-Off Headlights Driver Door Bin Driver Vanity Mirror Dual Front Impact Airbags Dual Front Side Impact Airbags Emergency Communication System Four Wheel Independent Suspension Front Anti-Roll Bar Front Dual Zone A/C Front Fog Lights Front Reading Lights Fully Automatic Headlights Garage Door Transmitter: Homelink Heated Door Mirrors Heated Front Seats Illuminated Entry Low Tire Pressure Warning Occupant Sensing Airbag Outside Temperature Display Overhead Airbag Overhead Console Panic Alarm Passenger Door Bin Passenger Vanity Mirror Power Door Mirrors Power Driver Seat Power Passenger Seat Power Steering Power Windows Rear Anti-Roll Bar Rear Seat Center Armrest Rear Window Defroster Rear Window Wiper Remote Keyless Entry Roof Rack: Rails Only Security System Speed Control Speed-Sensing Steering Split Folding Rear Seat Steering Wheel Mounted Audio Controls Telescoping Steering Wheel Tilt Steering Wheel Traction Control Trip Computer Turn Signal Indicator Mirrors Variably Intermittent Wipers Auto-Dimming Rear-View Mirror 8 Speakers Compass Am/Fm Radio: Siriusxm Exterior Parking Camera Rear Blind Spot Sensor: Blind Spot Detection Warning Read More…
Giving customers more space is in a crossover is what Hyundai set out to do with the Tucson. The Tucson's design of its sculpted hood, wraparound headlights and rear roof spoiler further set it apart from every other CUV on the road. Whatever the ...
Giving customers more space is in a crossover is what Hyundai set out to do with the Tucson. The Tucson's design of its sculpted hood, wraparound headlights and rear roof spoiler further set it apart from every other CUV on the road. Whatever the weather, hot or cold, Tucson offers features that protect you from the elements. Front solar glass keeps the glaring sun at bay while the rear privacy glass keeps wandering eyes from intruding. When the air turns frosty you'll appreciate heated side mirrors with turn-signal indicators. The Tucson has room to spare with the seats up, but fold down the 60/40 split rear seats and you'll have 61.9 cubic feet of space available. For driving off-road and in slippery conditions theres also a driver-selectable AWD lock which allows for a 50/50 split of available torque between the front and rear wheels. The Tucson SE's 2.0L, 4-cylinder engine gets up to an EPA-estimated 30 MPG hwy, while the Eco, Sport, and Limiteds 1.6L Turbo GDI engine with 7-speed EcoShift transmission achieves 175hp and gets up to 32 MPG hwy. Get there more safely and quickly with Tucson's technology, including an available integrated Bluetooth hands-free phone system that lets you take calls on the road, without taking your hand off the wheel. The available 8-inch touchscreen navigation system with a rearview camera for backing up, and a premium audio system to keep you entertained every step of the way. Connect to the convenient features of Blue Link technology through your smartphone, smart watch, a web application, or an in-car system to locate a gas station, find a shortcut, learn about mechanical issues or call for help. Its remote features let you securely and remotely start your car and set the climate control.