The 2015 Hyundai Tucson Kelley Blue Book ratings were 7/10. That’s not bad, considering the safety rating on the car is at a 7.7. Although it’s a good score, it could be a lot better.
That’s where the 2016 Hyundai Tucson comes in, and it might be better than the 2015 model. The 2016 Hyundai Tucson features look very promising, and it’s not just because it’s a new year and improvements are expected.
The new 2016 Hyundai Tucson release date has it on target to hit dealerships in the next few weeks, and there have been a few modifications added to it. For instance, you’re getting more gas mileage than last year. The 2016 Hyundai Tucson MPG stats come in at 26 city and 33 highway (compared to the 23 and 29 in the 2015 model) and comes with a much sleeker look than last year.
With these improvements in look and performance, the 2016 Hyundai Tucson MSRP is coming in a bit higher than last year. The 2016 Hyundai Tucson Eco price starts at $25,045, while the Tucson Sport cost will run you about $27,045. It might seem steep, but with the quality you’re getting in this new model, what’s to lose?
This crossover SUV comes with all-wheel drive and a much wider stance than normal, which could also explain the sleeker look. Hyundai hasn’t released all the details yet, like the safety ratings and safety features, but they should have a better idea for that as the full unveiling is released.
Until then, keep an eye out for any announcements or updates from the best Hyundai dealership in the Lexington area, Glenn Hyundai. There’s no doubt Hyundai is going all out this year, showing they can do more than just make Elantras and Sonatas. The 2015 Hyundai Tucson reviews were positive, but Hyundai seems to know there was more to be done and have addressed that. It’s looking like a good year for those who like the Tucson.