Editors at TheCarConnection.com note that the 2009 Hyundai Tucson offers a large number of useful features, as has become customary for Hyundai vehicles. Options are few because so many features are standard.
Standard equipment in the 2009 Hyundai Tucson covers a lot of bases. Cars.com notes the list includes "air conditioning, power windows and locks, heated mirrors, [and] cruise control." Other standards include an intermittent rear wiper, keyless entry, and a six-speaker CD stereo. Edmunds points out that "another cornerstone of this hauler's appeal is its generous standard features list"—even on base models.
At the SE level of the 2009 Hyundai Tucson, features are amped up a bit. Cars.com remarks that the SE "adds a leather-wrapped steering wheel a stereo with CD and MP3 capabilities." In the Limited, Cars.com highlights "leather seating surfaces and a six-CD/MP3 stereo." Car and Driver particularly likes the "leather and ... six-CD in-dash changer" in the upper-end vehicles.
As far as optional equipment goes, there is little to choose in the 2009 Hyundai Tucson. As Kelley Blue Book remarks, "because of its abundant standard equipment, options are few on the Tucson." Drivers generally choose the appropriate trim level and work with the features that are included.