My $34,430 Tucson Limited AWD came with heated and cooled front seats, heated rear seats, parking sensors, a premium audio system, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, a mega-panoramic sunroof, lane departure warning and automatic emergency braking. That’s a lot for the price.
The Tucson’s 1.6-liter 175 horsepower turbocharged engine feels motivated off the line. Hyundai’s 7-speed dual-clutch handles shifting duty, although from the smoothness of the shifts you’d probably never know. Open up the taps, though, and it can bang off up-shifts in a blink.
Source: Tech CNBC
The 2018 Hyundai Tucson is a good bargain crossover but skip the high-end model