The Hyundai Tucson made its mark many years ago for offering more features than most other vehicles in its class, for a lot less money. With the current-generation Tucson, it still crams in a lot of value for the money, but it's no longer the feature standout it was. Fortunately Hyundai has so many other positive points now--in styling, for example.
Standard features for the base Hyundai Tucson include air conditioning, Bluetooth hands-free calling and audio streaming, keyless entry, a USB port, satellite radio, and power windows, locks, and mirrors. Automatic headlights, fog lights, and heated front seats are also included in the GLS. SE models also now add a rearview camera system and 4.3-inch touch screen.
The top Tucson Limited adds leather seating, navigation (a new system with a larger seven-inch touch screen), as well as voice recognition, HD Radio, and the BlueLink suite of services.
We're expecting that options will still include leather seating, a power driver seat, and dual-zone automatic climate control--as well as the revised panoramic roof.