2024 Hyundai Tucson Hybrid Reviews, Prices and Specs

Calista Alma
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March 19, 2024

The Hyundai Tucson Hybrid enhances the already impressive compact SUV experience. Its hybrid powertrain not only boosts fuel efficiency compared to the non-hybrid version but also adds more power, torque, and standard all-wheel drive (AWD), elevating the driving experience. With a spacious and well-equipped interior featuring a standard 10.25-inch touchscreen, along with the exceptional ride quality characteristic of the Tucson, this SUV offers a compelling package. Considering its reasonable price premium over non-hybrid Tucson models, the Tucson Hybrid emerges as our top recommendation for most Tucson shoppers, and it’s certainly the choice we’d make for ourselves.

The 2024 Hyundai Tucson Hybrid receives several notable upgrades. Firstly, the previously optional 10.25-inch touchscreen is now standard across all trims. Additionally, the sporty N Line trim is now exclusively available as a hybrid variant. New standard safety enhancements encompass seatbelt reminders for all seats, rear side airbags, rear outboard seatbelt pre-tensioners, and steering wheel haptic feedback.

The 2024 Hyundai Tucson Hybrid has a starting price of $32,325. The SEL Convenience trim is priced at $34,905, while the sporty N Line model starts at $36,405. For those seeking more luxury, the loaded Limited trim begins at $39,465.

2024 Hyundai Tucson HybridMSRP
Tucson Hybrid Blue$32,325
Tucson Hybrid SEL Convenience$34,905
Tucson Hybrid N Line$36,405
Tucson Hybrid Limited$39,465

The Hyundai Tucson boasts a high-tech interior that stands out in its class for its spaciousness and comfort.

Its stylish design doesn’t compromise on practicality, with a sleek layout that includes intuitive gearshift buttons. The inclusion of a standard 10.25-inch touchscreen enhances the modern feel of the cabin.

Despite being a hybrid, the Tucson maintains almost identical interior space to its non-hybrid counterpart. Rear passengers enjoy ample legroom, measuring at 41.3 inches.

Additionally, there’s generous cargo space, with 38.7 cubic feet available behind the rear seats, expandable to 74.5 cubic feet when the seats are folded down.

These figures surpass the rear legroom of the hybrid Honda CR-V and offer more cargo space and rear legroom than hybrid versions of the Ford Escape and Toyota RAV4.

We appreciate the strong body design and special lights on the Hyundai Tucson Hybrid.

It’s nice to have the N Line version too, which gives this efficient SUV a sporty look.

Fuel EconomyCity 38 mpg/Hwy 38 mpg/Comb 38 mpg
Fuel TypeHybrid
Basic Warranty5 years or 60000 miles
Max Seating5
Horsepower180 @ 5500 RPM
Cargo Space80.0 cu.ft.

Dimensions, Weights & Capacities

Front Leg Room41.1 inches
Max Seating Capacity5
Minimum Ground Clearance8.3 inches
Overall Length182.3 inches
Front Shoulder Room57.6 inches
Wheel Base108.5 inches
Width with mirrors73.4 inches

Fuel Economy

City38 mpg
Highway38 mpg
Combined38 mpg

Mechanical

DrivetrainAWD
Transmission TypeAutomatic
6 speedAvailable
Recommended FuelRegular
Hill Descent ControlAvailable
Hill Start AssistAvailable

Performance

Horsepower180 @ 5500 RPM
Torque195 @ 1500 rpm
Engine4-Cyl, Hybrid, Turbo, GDI, 1.6 Liter

Seating

  • Satellite Radio
  • Bluetooth Streaming Audio

Technology

  • Bluetooth Wireless Technology
  • Cruise Control
  • Hands Free Phone
  • Navigation System
  • Remote Keyless Entry
  • Proximity Sensing Keyless Entry
  • Push-Button Engine Start
  • Smartphone Interface
  • Touch Screen Monitor
  • USB Port
  • Real-Time Traffic Information
Review : 4.7/465
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