Vehicle Overview

Although one of the newer compact crossovers around, the Tucson has quickly forged its status as a top-tier choice-thanks to its robust collection of standard features and Hyundai's famously lengthy warranty. Still new into its third generation of production with the 2017 model year, the Hyundai Tucson is split into six trims: SE, SE Plus, Eco, Sport, Night, and Limited. Notably, the SE Plus and Night variants appeared midway through the model year.

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Interior - Hyundai Tucson in Centennial

The 2017 Tucson seats up to five people, with its two rows and a passenger volume of 102.2 cubic feet. The rear row is foldable, thus expanding cargo space from the trunk to the cabin for a total of 61.9 cubic feet. Upgrade to the SE Plus to get at least an 8-way power-adjustable driver's seat with power lumbar support. On the Sport-as well as the SE Plus, Night, and Limited-Hyundai adds front-seat heating capability. For 6-way power adjustability on the front passenger seat, as well as full leather upholstery, go with the SE Plus or Limited.

Centennial CO - 2017 Hyundai Tucson's Interior

For comfort and convenience, the new crossover starts off with features like Bluetooth connectivity, steering wheel-mounted controls, a SiriusXM satellite radio subscription, and a six-speaker audio system that includes a single-disc CD player and a 5-inch color touchscreen display. The Limited is stuffed with a lot more features, which include a remote garage door opener, auto dimming on the rearview mirror, push-button engine start, dual front automatic temperature control, proximity key entry, and Blue Link for a suite of car services that include emergency assistance and vehicle service scheduling. Entertainment-wise, the six-speaker set-up is replaced by an eight-speaker audio system that adds HD radio, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and an 8-inch color touchscreen navigation system. Notably, the SE Plus, Night, and Sport also has push-button engine start, and the SE Plus joins the Limited in several other features. The Night is the only trim with a standard panoramic tilt-and-slide moonroof.

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Exterior - 2017 Hyundai Tucson

At the base level, the new crossover's front lighting comprises fully automatic halogen lights; they automatically switch on and off depending on level of conspicuity needed. Upgrade beyond the SE, and Hyundai adds dual fog lights, which enhance illumination ability in very dark or foggy environments; and adds LED accents headlights that automatically switch on in the daytime. On the SE Plus and Limited, Hyundai replaces the halogen headlight bulbs with longer-lasting LED ones for a full LED treatment, since they join the previously mentioned daytime running lights. Fold-away heated power mirrors are standard on the vehicle; they are joined by turn-signal indicators if you choose the Limited, and they get a gloss-black finish if you go with the Night. Roof rack side rails appear on top if you choose any model above the SE. And if you get the Sport, Night or Limited, the standard rear spoiler gets a companion in the hands-free smart liftgate. Seventeen-inch alloy wheels are on the SE, SE Plus, and Eco, while 19-inch ones are on the Sport, Night and Limited. The Night, though, stands out with its RAYS®-branded alloy wheels, which sport a black finish and gloss-black side mirror caps. And the Limited has an upgraded front fascia thanks to a chrome grille.

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Mechanical - Hyundai Tucson specs in Centennial CO

Although front-wheel drive is standard on the new crossover, you can opt for an all-wheel drive system for enhancing traction. To reduce turbulence from less-than-smooth driving surfaces, Hyundai provides a MacPherson front strut suspension and multi-link rear suspension. And column-mounted motor-driven rack-and-pinion power steering not only promotes sharp turning and cornering, but conserves energy with its independent power source.

Powertrain - Hyundai Tucson specs in Centennial CO

The base-level engine on the compact Hyundai crossover is the Theta II, which is a 2.0-liter inline 4-cylinder (I4) engine that generates 164 horsepower and 151 lb-ft of torque. The Theta II is mated to a six-speed automatic transmission, which includes SHIFTRONIC technology for offering the choice of greater control over gear shifting-similar to a manual tranmission. The Eco, Sport, Night, and Limited go with the Gamma, which is a smaller yet turbocharged 1.6-liter I4. The Gamma generates 175 horsepower and 195 lb-ft of torque, and it is harnessed to a 7-speed EcoShift dual clutch automatic transmission.

Safety - 2017 Hyundai Tucson dealer

For crash safety protection, the 2017 model comes with a pair of front impact airbags, dual front seat-mounted side airbags, and a pair of side curtain. Also standard are electronic stability control, traction control, anti-lock disc brakes with brake assist and electronic brake-force distribution, a rearview camera, and a remote keyless entry system with a panic alarm for security. On all trims but the SE and Eco, the driver's blind side mirror is upgraded to a blind spot detection system, which includes rear cross-traffic alert and lane change assist.

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