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Hyundai Announces Pricing on 2016 Tucson


One of Most Affordable Compact Crossovers

With a starting price of $22,700, the new 2016 Hyundai Tucson provides a fun driving experience through modern technology, along with the latest in safety and entertainment features. It’s the perfect vehicle for the modern commuter or soccer parent who needs plenty of room and loads of power combined into a smart, sporty design. See the all-new Tucson now at Chapman Hyundai.

Available in Four Different Trim Levels

Depending on the size of your pocketbook and vehicle desires, the four different trim levels of the 2016 Hyundai Tucson offer something a little bit different for everyone. The base SE features a 164 horsepower 4 cylinder engine, automatic transmission and drive mode selector to shift between sportier and more comfortable driving situations. A rearview backup camera, touchscreen audio system and six-way adjustable driver seat are also standard on the base model. Power windows, door locks and mirrors come with the SE, as does keyless entry.

Eco, Sport and Limited Models Add More Features

Step up to the other three trim levels and you get even more features, including a hands-free lift gate, LED headlights and taillights, fog lights, chrome dual exhaust, push button start and roof rack side rails. Safety features include lane departure warning, automatic braking when a pedestrian is present, rear parking sensors and blind spot detection. You also get a larger touchscreen system with navigation on some of the higher-priced models along with a 405-watt audio system. More connectivity was the goal for the new Tucson and Hyundai engineers have delivered that in spades. The navigation system connects to Yelp, Pandora and Apple’s Siri to give you a hands free communication experience. Three different levels of Hyundai Blue Link service are available, some of which can be controlled by Android operating systems. Sunroof, leather seats, power seats and more quality interior trim are also available as you move up the trim level ladder. You can also add a large engine in the more premium models.

Comes in Front Wheel and All Wheel Drive

The front wheel drive model of the 2016 Hyundai Tucson gets significantly better gas mileage than the all wheel drive verson. Expect about 31 miles per gallon on the highway from the front wheel drive, while all wheel drive only nets about 26 mpg. Depending on the type of conditions you normally drive in, you might want to opt for the all wheel drive version, which automatically sends power to the wheel with the most grip, to keep you out of trouble during tough road conditions. Drive the new Tucson for yourself at Chapman Hyundai.

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