The 2011 Hyundai Tucson makes its mark in the crossover world with a remarkably complete list of standard features. It's extremely well-equipped, particularly for its size and price class.
Standard features on the Tucson include power windows, locks, and mirrors; cloth seats; remote keyless entry; air conditioning; and an AM/FM/XM/CD player with USB port.
The options list has as many upscale features as some entry-luxury sedans. There's Bluetooth; telescoping steering; leather seating; heated front seats; steering wheel audio controls; a power driver seat; 17-inch wheels; automatic headlights; and dual-zone automatic climate control.
More expensive options on the 2011 Tucson include Hyundai's first panoramic sunroof; premium audio; and a touchscreen navigation system fitted in tandem with Bluetooth streaming stereo audio and a rearview camera. Be careful on the order sheet, though: taking the full complement of features brings the Tucson perilously close to the $30,000 mark.Hyundai also puts a five-year/60,000-mile, bumper-to-bumper warranty on every Tucson. The limited powertrain warranty extends to 10 years/100,000 miles, far and away the best in the class.