2022 Hyundai Tucson Starts At US$26,135, Hybrid Costs US$30,235
- on March 31, 2021
- Categories: Car Reviews
The updated Tucson’s pricing details are out, and it is US$1,250 costlier than the outgoing model. It was on the cards since the 2022 Hyundai Tucson offers more facilities than before. It now starts at US$26,135 and tops out at over US$38,000 for the fully armed new hybrid model. A plug-in hybrid will join the lineup later down the road, but Hyundai did not provide the pricing details yet.
All non-hybrid Tucson’s models boast a 2.5-liter inline-four spitting out 187 horsepower. The power goes to the wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission. All-wheel-drive is available for US$1,400.
Besides the entry-level SE (US$26,135), the SEL costs US$27,685, N-Line starts at US$31,785, and the Limited sets you back US$35,885. Bear in mind; the Tucson N-Line comes with just an appearance upgrade. It does not offer any performance upgrade like the Sonata N-Line and the Elantra N-Line.
Talking about the Tucson Hybrid, it features a gas-electric drivetrain with a standard all-wheel-drive configuration. The power comes from a turbocharged 1.6-liter inline-four gasoline mill that transfers energy to the wheels via a six-speed automatic transmission.
The entry-level Blue Hybrid variant starts at US$30,235, the better-spec SEL costs US$32,835, while the Limited goes for US$38,535, at least. Hyundai did not reveal the EPA estimates, but we believe it will be around 36 mpg combined.
For the U.S. markets, the company is producing the 2022 Hyundai Tucson in Alabama. The deliveries will start soon. Interested customers can order at the Hyundai USA website.