2022 Hyundai Tucson for Sale in Springfield, MA
There’s plenty of reason for excitement at the Hyundai Motor Company, especially now that the fully redesigned Tucson is out. The 2022 model of the Korean automaker’s biggest seller sports a drastically different look, with more angles and a fresh fascia that features hidden daytime running lights, and a refreshingly uncomplicated interior. Hyundai’s engineers truly started from the ground with this overhaul, using the theme of “Question everything.” That’s a smart tactic when you’re looking to make an already outstanding vehicle better, and it worked. They gave it a more modern and confident look, added an eye-catching chrome band along the roofline, and hid the rear window’s wiper behind the spoiler. And along with ratcheting up its interior fit and finish, expanding the driver’s view of the road, and including the most advanced driver-assist and connectivity technology, they made it bigger. There’s more second-row legroom and overall cargo space than in the Tucson’s previous generation, adding to the comfort and practicality of this winning crossover.
Trims, Powertrain and Fuel Economy
The 2022 Hyundai Tucson’s three trim levels – the SE, SEL, and Limited – all get the same power team: a 187 hp 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with an eight-speed automatic transmission. Both front- and all-wheel drive can be ordered across the board. The EPA’s official fuel economy ratings are the same regardless of trim: FWD versions get 26 miles per gallon in city driving and 33 mpg on the highway, while AWD Tucsons get 24 mpg city/29 mpg highway.
You’ll have everything you need and more in the SE, which gets 17-inch alloy wheels, stain-resistant cloth seats, wireless smartphone integration (Android Auto and Apple CarPlay), auto on/off LED headlights, LED daytime running lights, keyless entry, an electronic parking brake, high beam assist, a backup camera that’s enhanced with dynamic parking guidelines, two 12V power outlets (one in front and the other in the cargo area), a reclining rear seatback that splits 60/40 and folds down (and has its own armrest and cupholders), and a dual-level cargo floor that makes loading and unloading easier. The SEL gets upgraded with heated front seats, push-button start, LED taillights, heated exterior mirrors with built-in turn-signal indicators, rear privacy glass, aerodynamic windshield wipers, rooftop side rails, a power driver’s seat, second row USB ports, and second-row heat/AC vents.
The Limited gets it all, including upscale interior treatment and a blacked-out grille and other exterior accents. The standard equipment list grows with ventilated front seats, a heated steering wheel, rain-sensing windshield wipers, paddle shifters, LED projector headlights, premium LED daytime running lights, a panoramic roof, a class-exclusive gesture-free automatic liftgate, Remote Smart Park Assist, Hyundai Digital Key (which lets you use your smartphone for key fob functions), leather seats, a power front passenger’s seat, position memory for the driver’s seat, voice-controlled air conditioning with capacitive-touch switches and quiet Multi-Air Mode, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, HomeLink technology, a wireless smartphone charge pad with brand-new cooling technology, a digital instrument cluster (10.25 inches), heated rear outboard seats, and ambient interior lighting with 64 different color options. A lot of these deluxe items can be added to the SEL via the Convenience Package or the Premium Package.
Safety and Technology
Every 2022 Tucson gets the safety-enhancing features of Hyundai’s Smart Sense driver-assist suite. The SE’s version has forward collision-avoidance assist with pedestrian detection, automatic high beams, rear occupant alert, lane keeping assist, lane following assist, and driver attention warning. The SEL’s version of forward collision avoidance is improved with cyclist and junction turning detection, and it adds blind-spot collision-avoidance assist, rear cross-traffic collision-avoidance assist, and safe exit warning. The Limited has every available technology, with all of the above plus a surround-view monitor, front and rear parking sensors, a blind-spot monitor, highway driving assist, adaptive cruise control with curve control, an advanced rear occupant alert system (this is offered on the SEL with the Convenience Package), and Remote Smart Parking Assist, which will park the Tucson (or back it out of a space) without the driver in it.
The infotainment system with an 8-inch touchscreen, wireless smartphone integration (Apple CarPlay and Android Auto), Bluetooth hands-free phone and audio streaming, and high-definition radio; it also gets USB ports for data and charging. SiriusXM satellite radio and Blue Link Connected Car Services are added at the SEL level. The Limited gets the top-shelf system with its 10.25-inch touchscreen, navigation, wired smartphone integration (the wireless version isn’t compatible with the large screen), and a Bose sound system which can be added to the SEL via the Premium Package.
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