Hyundai has really shaken up the automotive industry in the past couple of years. It produces high-quality, affordable alternatives to the typical domestic and Japanese standards that so many consumers are used to. However, when it comes to the SUV segment, more choices make car shopping even more daunting. Let us help you with your research.
Today, we’ll be comparing the first three trims of 2020 Hyundai Tucson to figure out which features each one comes with. Keep reading to see which is right for you.
The SE is the base trim for the 2020 Tucson. It features a 161-horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that delivers 23-city/28-highway MPG. The SE infotainment system is pretty robust, including a 7-inch touchscreen, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility, Bluetooth capability, and two USB charging ports. Safety-wise, the 2020 Tucson has forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking, lane-keep assist, driver attention monitoring, and a rearview camera.
The Value trim rounds out the SE offerings with a minimal price increase. Take seating for instance. The original driver’s seat is switched out for a power-adjustable one. Heated front seats are also added. The infotainment system also gets an upgrade, with satellite and HD radio getting added. Hyundai Blue Link remote services capability is integrated on this trim as well. The Value gets a boost to safety too, with blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert.
The SEL trim is mostly a performance upgrade, though it does get a few other features too. A 181-horsepower 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine replaces the base 2.0-liter one. The 2.4L gets 22-city/28-highway MPG. The SEL also gets dual-zone automatic climate, a welcome addition. An additional USB port and some styling enhancements are also present.
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