Hyundai redesigned its compact, five-passenger Tucson crossover for 2022, giving it a sleek new look based on the company’s “Sensuous Sportiness” global design theme, with more passenger and cargo capacity.
The re-do makes the Tucson six inches longer than the previous model, but also includes changes designed to increase fuel efficiency while embracing the latest safety and convenience technologies.
Tucson’s lineup also includes conventional gasoline-electric powertrains, and new plug-in hybrid versions.
For the standard gasoline versions, prices for 2022 begin at $25,800 plus $1,295 freight for the SE model with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, an eight-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive.
The price is $27,300 for the same vehicle with all-wheel drive. (Carrying over with no changes reported, the 2023 SE model begins at $26,450 with front drive, and $27,950 with…