Since the 2004 model year, the Hyundai Tucson has been offering more variety to the world of SUVs. The 2021 model year is the latest version of the vehicle, and a member of the third generation for the crossover. The Tucson doesn’t mess around, it is built to be everything SUV buyers want.
With a starting MSRP of $26,099 CAD, the 2021 Hyundai Tucson doesn’t cost too much more than a similarly sized sedan. But that does not mean the Tucson cuts features and technology short to keep the price low. To learn more about some of the starring features and technology available for the 2021 Hyundai Tucson, refer to the chart that follows.
Infinity® Premium Brand Sound System with 8 Speakers and 1 Subwoofer
Daytime Runnings Lights and LED Headlamps
USB and Auxiliary Audio Inputs
6-Speed Automatic Transmission
Blind Spot and Lane Departure Warning Systems
Adaptive Cruise Control
181 Maximum Horsepower
Ventilated Front Disc and Solid Rear Disc Brakes
Front, Side, and Rearview Cameras
The growing influence of Hyundai in the SUV world means the Tucson and its siblings will keep competitive in terms of price and features. The Tucson rides on the cutting edge of technology so drivers of all ages get the kind of features they want. The 2021 model year achieves everything the compact crossover SUV can accomplish without a redesign. Time will tell if the formula is too good to change next model year, or if a re-sculpting of the Tucson is around the corner. Until then, you can refer to the list below to get familiar with the different trims of the Hyundai Tucson.