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The cabin is roomy enough for four adults. And while the "reclining" rear seat has a convenient lever like you'd find on a front passenger seat, its range of motion is from nearly vertical to what some may consider a normal angle. The floor of the cargo area can be lowered by two inches for added versatility, however. And the liftgate on upper trim levels opens automatically when the key fob is in close proximity for three seconds. The Tucson must be locked for this feature to function; the liftgate's range of motion can be programmed to prevent hitting garage doors and other obstacles.
Interior materials on the Limited are pleasing—there's lots of soft-touch trim, and the hard plastics aren't offensive. On the SE, however, hard plastic trim abounds. Buyers who are debating between trim levels should touch everything and determine if the trim on a non-Limited model is a deal-breaker. It doesn't matter that Tucson sales have risen from 47, in to an estimated 56, for —in a booming compact crossover market, its share of the segment has dropped from 4. Hyundai plans to reverse that trend with ambitious sales projections for its redesigned Tucson.
The Korean automaker plans to sell 90, of them, and we don't think that optimism is necessarily misplaced. Though the Sport and Limited share a drivetrain with the Eco, their fuel economy is slightly worse. This is partly due wheel size. The Sport and Limited ride on inch wheels. The new Tucson exchanges the outgoing model's economy car looks for an upscale, sculpted presence. It's clearly familiar as a Hyundai, with the now-familiar hexagonal grille and sharply geometric headlight assemblies.
In profile, a short greenhouse and dynamic design for large inch wheels give the car a sense of restless forward motion. The rear fascia is also recognizably Hyundai, with strong horizontal lines that have a muscular effect. It looks more expensive than it is. The terminal sits unoccupied today. It's elegant in its simplicity, thoughtfully laid out, and facilitates and excellent view of the road.
Seat design with thick bolsters adds to the upscale look, particularly when upholstered in leather. Tucson buyers choose between two drivetrains. The base SE is the only trim level powered by a direct-injection 2. It's mated to a traditional 6-speed automatic transmission, and rated for 23 mpg city, 31 highway, 26 combined with front-wheel drive.
The Eco, Sport, and Limited all use a direct-injection 1. It's rated for hp and lb-ft of torque. So why the difference when they share a drivetrain? According to Hyundai, much of the blame goes to the inch wheels used by the Sport and the Limited—like the SE, the Eco rides on inch wheels. We drove a few hundred miles in Limiteds equipped with the turbocharged 1.
The engine feels adequately powerful in most situations and the transmission shifts nearly imperceptibly, but hard acceleration reveals a somewhat surprising sluggishness. Three driving modes Normal, Eco, and Sport seem to have little impact on performance or behavior. A direct comparison with the 2. The Tucson uses MacPherson struts up front and a multi-link independent rear suspension. Handling is predictable and safe rather than sporty, and steering feel is equally pragmatic—communicating well without encouraging spirited driving.
Paired with refined ride and a serenely quiet cabin at highway speeds, the crossover's driving dynamics probably deliver exactly what its buyers want. The smooth ride can be momentarily jarred when the Tucson's inch wheels come into contact with pavement joints and the like. All trims levels come with front-wheel drive as standard, but an all-wheel-drive system is available across the range. It includes a driver-selectable lock for differentiated torque split between front and rear wheels in off-road and extremely slippery conditions, and torque vectoring that improves cornering performance by braking the inside rear wheel and delivering additional torque to the outside rear wheel.
The Hyundai Tucson is slightly larger than the outgoing model, and much of that extra room wound up in the cargo area. Front seats are well-bolstered and comfortable on longer drives. Power adjustment is standard on all Tucsons except the SE. Because sporty exterior design necessitates higher window sills, the passenger seat is height-adjustable.
Only Limited models get power adjustments for the passenger, though. Dash design and control layout are superb. The instrument cluster features straightforward analog gauges on either side of a digital information center that's refreshingly free from gimmicky graphics. The center console strikes an excellent balance between old and new, with buttons for primary functions and a touchscreen for ancillary commands. Material quality varies, though.
We spent most of our first drive in top-spec Limited examples, where soft-touch materials, leather upholstery, and a panoramic roof give the interior a decidedly upscale look and feel. There is some hard plastic trim, but it's found mainly in lower sections, and it doesn't look bad. A brief drive in an entry-level SE, however, gave a different impression. Design is still good, but nearly every surface that's soft-touch in the Limited is now covered in hard plastic trim.
You'll also need to splurge on the Limited if you want the 8.