The redesigned 2022 Hyundai Tucson is now widely available in new car dealer lots in the U.S.
The standard Tucson lineup consists of three trim levels that start from $26,135 for the base SE with front-wheel drive, including a mandatory $1,185 destination charge.
The 5-passenger Tucson boasts new styling and will eventually be available with a choice of five engine options ranging from a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder, a turbocharged 4-cylinder, hybrid and plug-in hybrid versions, and eventually a high-performance model called the Tucson N.
Launching initially are the 4-cylinder Tucson and the Tucson Hybrid.
All-wheel drive costs an additional $1,400 on all trim levels of the standard 4-cylinder, while stepping up to the Tucson SEL for $27,685 adds heated front seats, blind-spot monitoring, a proximity key fob, roof rails, and a few other items. The SEL also serves as the gateway to two option packages that add items such as a power liftgate, larger wheels, digital instrument cluster, leather upholstery, and a Bose audio system.
The Tucson Limited includes those features plus an upsized touchscreen with navigation. It is priced at $35,885.
Meanwhile, the Tucson Hybrid comes standard with all-wheel drive and is available in Blue, SEL Convenience, and Limited trim levels more or less aligned with the 4-cylinder model. Including destination charge, the Hybrid model will start just over $30,000. Find a Hyundai Tucson for sale