2024 Hyundai Tucson in Nanaimo, BC

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The market for compact SUVs is a busy one. Still, the 2024 Hyundai Tucson indeed stands out from the pack. There are quite a few luxury features as standard, even for entry-level models. In this article, you’ll learn about the defining characteristics of each trim, standard features across the lineup, and prices. 

Trim Comparison Chart

Trim Starting Price* Seating Fuel Economy (L/100km on city / highway)
Preferred $36,856 Cloth 10.0 / 7.9
N Line $43,256 Leatherette 10.0 / 7.9
Luxury Hybrid AWD $43,256 Cloth and leather  6.3 / 6.6
Ultimate Hybrid AWD $46,656 Leather 6.3 / 6.6

Notable Changes From The Previous Year

The new Tucson comes with a few upgraded safety features, including as standard what was optional in the 2023 lineup. These include rear-side airbags, seat belt reminders for all occupants, steering wheel haptic feedback, blindspot and lane assist. 

Performance Specs

Performance Specs

There are two engines available in this lineup. The entry-level model comes with a Theta III Smartstream 2.5-litre GDI, which has a torque capacity of 178 lb-ft and 187 horsepower. Other trims have a Gamma II Smartstream 1.6-litre Turbo-GDI, which delivers 180 horsepower and has a torque capacity of 195 lb-ft. The hybrid electric system includes a lithium-ion HEV 64kW battery with 270V maximum voltage. The flagship model has an all-electric range of up to 53 km.

Design Elements

Design Elements

All models fit five passengers and have heated front and foldable rear seats. Heated rear seats are available for the Luxury model. Only the Ultimate has ventilated rear seats and a driver’s integrated memory system. Seat coverings range between cloth, leatherette and a mixture of both materials, while the flagship model has leather upholstery standard. All models have leather-wrapped steering wheels equipped with cruise control and Bluetooth controls. The N Line has several unique design elements, including front bumper fascia and grille, rear lower lamp design, rear spoiler, and N Line emblem. All models have body-coloured door handles and roof side rails. 

Technology and Safety Features

Technology and Safety Features

All models are compatible with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and Bluetooth hands-free phone systems. Only the Ultimate has a wireless charging pad. A standard 10.25-inch touchscreen display is equipped with a navigation system for the entire lineup. There’s also a Bose premium audio system with eight speakers for the N Line and higher trims. 

The new Tucson is also packed with safety systems and driving assists. Standard features across the lineup include adaptive cruise control, forward collision avoidance assist, lane following and lane-keeping assists, a blindspot collision avoidance system, and more. The flagship model also enjoys exclusive safety features, like a blindspot monitor, a surround-view monitor, parking distance warning, highway driving assist, and highway auto curve slowdown. 

Buy Yours Today!

You’ll find the best offers for the new Tucson in Nanaimo at Wheaton Hyundai. Visit us and find out more about your favorite trim and payment conditions.

* All pricing is based on Ontario MSRP and does not include taxes and fees. Dealer pricing may differ. Prices are subject to change anytime without notice.

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