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Denver Review 2022 Hyundai Tucson

Denver Review 2022 Hyundai Tucson
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Arapahoe Hyundai is elated to announce the eminent arrival of the 2022 Hyundai Tucson. It comes in 8 available trims (for now), and our Denver review will briefly tell you about the information we have so far. The SE, SEL, Blue Hybrid, Blue Plug-in Hybrid, N-Line, Limited, Limited Hybrid, and Limited Plug-in Hybrid showcase just how diverse this new 2022 Tucson is going to be. From hybrid models to plug-in hybrid models, they took the 2022 Hyundai Tucson to every level available in a highly advanced automotive world. This brief overview is serving Denver Centennial Littleton Aurora with all the details on just what you can expect from your new Tucson.

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Exterior – 2022 Hyundai Tucson

The exterior of the Tucson is one of the most important parts of our 2022 Hyundai Tucson review. Any Denver review is going to mention that the grille has moved up into a more “V” shape in 2022, leaving a futuristic Tucson looking its best. The N-line’s 19-inch black wheels and panoramic sunroof give the SUV a glow that we’ve never seen it sport before. And the Limited gets the same sunroof for an extra special dash of style. The LED headlamps on the Tucson are almost blended into the grille for a wing shape at the top, giving the Tucson a colorful and aggressive look it has never had before. Throw in LED fog lights on many trims, and you’ve got an imposing bit of style from the Tucson in 2022. Arapahoe Hyundai will be serving Denver Centennial Littleton Aurora with updates on the exterior elements of the 2022 Tucson as they become available. Stay tuned.

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Interior – 2022 Hyundai Tucson near Denver CO

Our 2022 Hyundai Tucson review starts with the swanky interior of the new Tucson. Early trims like the SEL feature power driver seat with power lumbar, heated front seats, and a premium cloth upholstery that’s super easy to clean. The N-Line is one of our most treasured trims of Tucson yet, with many a 2022 Hyundai Tucson review speaking positively on the leather-cloth N line seating and panoramic sunroof. Did we mention there’s going to be a 10.25 digital instrument cluster, too, that makes you Tucson look more like it’s ready to go to space than the grocery store? The instrumentation inside the new Tucson is simply awe-inspiring.

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Mechanical – Hyundai Tucson specs near Denver

The mechanical systems on the Tucson will be even more advanced in 2022 thanks to a series of gas engines, hybrid, and plug-in hybrid powertrain configurations. The transmission has been announced as an 8-speed automatic transmission, one that’s certain to go smoothly with the hybrid and plug-in hybrid configurations as well, but with some time to go before the vehicle is actually here, there’s still time to announce other transmissions for the Tucson. This year’s Tucson is also more intelligent than ever before, with driver-assist features that work alongside smart mechanical design to give you a superb drive quality.

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Powertrain – Hyundai Tucson specs near Denver CO

Three bold powertrain configurations are up for grabs on the new Tucson. The 2.5L Smartstream engine is standard on the SE and first few trims and boasts 190 horsepower and 185 lb-ft of torque. A 1.6L turbocharged plug-in hybrid AWD powertrain is good for 260 horsepower. Finally, there’s a 1.6L turbocharged hybrid AWD powertrain that’s rated at 226 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque. These configurations are subject to change before final rollout, so be sure to keep up with our site to learn more as we do.

Safety – 2022 Hyundai Tucson dealer

Hyundai continues its evolution of SmartSense, a driver-assist platform that continues to show the world how this type of intelligence pays off in today’s modern vehicles. Remote Smart Parking Assist is a new feature on the 2022 Tucson and allows you to press a smart key button and then remotely guide your vehicle into a parking space. This kind of intelligence is only available on the Tucson and other Hyundai vehicles. As for SmartSense, it includes old favorites like Smart Cruise Control with Stop and Go, a feature that makes use of radars to maintain your vehicle’s distance from the car in front of it. This year’s Blind-Spot Collision Avoidance Assist is even better this year, as it activates when your turn signals activate. From there, it can warn you if you’re about to pull out in front of something in your vehicle’s path. Rear Cross Traffic Collision Avoidance Assist is revamped this year to be as useful as ever, as it doesn’t just keep track of your cross paths; it can brake when it needs to.

The 2022 Tucson is a one of a kind family SUV that promises to impress long-time SUV lovers and owners. If you’ve passed over the Tucson in the past, then it’s time to give it another look. We know you’re going to want to test drive this one when it gets here. Just give us a call or write to us for more information.

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