A fairly well-equipped vehicle for its price point, more so when compared with some of the other small crossovers, the Hyundai Tucson comes with standard features that include air conditioning; power windows, locks, and mirrors; remote keyless entry; cloth seats; and an AM/FM/XM/CD player with a USB port. On the GLS edition, automatic headlights, fog lights, and heated front seats have been added as standard for the 2013 model year, and on Limited versions, pushbutton start is included for free this year.
The options list has as many upscale features as some entry-luxury sedans. There's Bluetooth; telescoping steering; leather seating; steering wheel audio controls; a power driver seat; 17-inch wheels; and dual-zone automatic climate control.
More expensive options on the 2013 Tucson include premium audio; a panoramic sunroof; and a touchscreen navigation system that's paired with Bluetooth streaming audio and a rearview camera. Given free rein on the options list, and a spendy Tucson shopper can tach up the price tag to $30,000.
The Tucson's standard warranty coverage is among the best in the class, with its five-year/60,000-mile, bumper-to-bumper coverage and its 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain coverage.