2017 Hyundai Tucson — the style, comfort and safety


The 2017 Hyundai Tucson crossover is a redesigned current model that should be available at the end of 2016.

2017 Hyundai Tucson release date

The Tucson is expected to go on sale late 2016, starting at just $22,700

Release date: already available

2017 Hyundai Tucson redesign

The photos and videos show the Tucson as something quite stylish and solid, think along the lines of the Hyundai Santa Fe and you’re somewhere near.

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2017 Hyundai Tucson price

The official premiere of the European version of the new 2017 Hyundai Tucson was held in early March 2016 at the Geneva international motor show, US-spec new Hyundai Tucson was introduced a month later at New York International Auto Show 2016. New Korean SUV is a global model, and regardless of the market is offered under the name Tucson. In the USA the new 2017 Hyundai Tucson is worth $22,700 USD in Germany it is sold at a price of €22,400 to €39,850.

2017 Hyundai Tucson proportions

The external dimensions of the body of the new 2017 Hyundai Tucson:

  • length-4475 mm,
  • width-1850 mm,
  • height 1650 mm,
  • wheelbase 2670 mm
  • ground clearance 172 mm.

The Tucson will be offered in the following colors: Polar White, Platinum Silver, Metallic White Sand, Ara Blue Metallic, Micron Grey, Thunder Grey, Moon Rock, Ultimate Red, Ruby Wine, Ash Blue and Phantom Black.

Depending on which particular model / trim level, tyre sizes are: 215/70/16, 225/60/17 and 245/45/19, all on 16”, 17” and 19” alloy rims.

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2017 Hyundai Tucson interior

The five-seat interior of the new-gen 2017 Hyundai Tucson is comfortable, ergonomic and practical. Compact multifunction steering wheel with telescopic and tilt regulation, elegant and informative instrument panel with a 4.2-inch screen on-board computer, dual-zone climate control with user-friendly controls, a modern entertainment system with an 8” color touch screen (music, phone, navigation, rear-view camera), new design of driver’s and front passenger that provides a more comfortable arrangement.

Electrically operated Parking brake, rear seat with stepped angle adjustment, separate backrest to the angle of inclination of 37 degrees, roomy luggage compartment, which allows to fit depending on the position of the backrest from 18.1 up to 52.9 cubic liters of volume; heated steering wheel, front and back seats, a tailgate with electric drive and auto-open, Keyless access to the saloon, push button start, electric seats, 6 airbags, leather trim (beige, red or black).

The automatic parking system Parking Assistant, emergency braking system, the system of monitoring of blind zones, exterior mirrors, LDWS (Lane Departure Warning System) and LKAS (Lane Keeping Assist System), headlights illuminating the turn, hill-start Assist Control and Downhill Brake Control, adaptive cruise control, ABS with EBD and BAS, ESC and VSM, although most of the listed equipment is optional though. But quality and materials are pleasant to the touch, standard audio system, air conditioning, electric mirrors and Windows, LED DRLs and tail lights already in the basic configuration.

Compare with the interior of 2018 Honda CRV

2017 Hyundai Tucson equipment

The Tucson is equipped with modern headlamps (dual beam floodlights with LED lamps and touches of LED daytime running lamps), and stylish LED marker lamps. The powerful hexagonal radiator grille is available in two finishes — dark silver or bright chrome, there is also a panoramic glass sunroof, exterior mirrors with LED turn signal, original front and rear foglights and a twin pipe exhaust system.

2017 Hyundai Tucson video review

2017 Hyundai Tucson specs

Crossover suspension is fully independent with MacPherson struts front and multi-link in rear — it is actually the chassis of Hyundai ix35, but modernized with new attachment points of the subframe, a different geometry of the mounting levers, Sachs dampers, lightweight sway bars and the rear subframe is more rigid.

The Tucson is offered with front-wheel drive 2WD and four-wheel drive 4WD, power electric steering.

Under the hood of the 2017 Hyundai Tucson will be the choice of gasoline and diesel four-cylinder engines.

2017 Hyundai Tucson engine options

Gasoline engines

  • 1.6-liter GDI (132 HP 161 Nm) coupled to a 6-sp. MT provides the vehicle accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in 11.5 sec and a top speed of 113 mph, average fuel consumption 37 mpg.
  • 1.6-liter T-GDI (177 HP 265 Nm) with a 6-sp. MT (7DCT) accelerates the crossover to 60 mph in 9.2 (9.8), top speed 127 (124) mph. fuel consumption in the combined driving mode 31 mpg.

Diesel engines

  • 1.7-liter CRDi (116 HP and 280 Nm) with 6 manual transmission SUV will provide acceleration to the first hundred in about 13.7 seconds, top speed 109 mph, the average consumption of diesel fuel according to the vendor is 51 mpg.
  • The 2.0-liter CRDi (136 HP 373 Nm) with a 6-speed MT (6-band auto) to achieve the 60 mph in 10.6 (12,0) sec., top speed 115 (114) miles per hour, fuel consumption on the passport in a mixed driving mode 38 mpg.
  • The 2.0-liter CRDi (185 HP 400 nm) with 6 manual transmission (6 automatic transmission) make the dynamics of acceleration from 0 to 60 for 9.9 (9.5) sec., the maximum speed of just over 124 mph, an average fuel consumption is 35 mpg.

2017 Hyundai Tucson pictures

2017 Hyundai Tucson 1.6 Turbo
Engine type DOHC 16V I4, turbocharged
Displacement 1.6L
Power/torque 175 hp@5500 rpm; 195 lb-ft
Transmission 7-speed automated manual
Wheelbase 105.1 in
Length 176.2 in
Height 65 in
Passenger volume 133.2 cu ft
Cargo volume 31.0 – 61.9 cu ft
0-60 7,6 sec
Top speed 120 mph
PRICE RANGE: $24,000-$32,000 (est)
Competitors: Honda CR-V, Jeep Wrangler, Subaru Forester

  • Dale

    I own a 2016 1.6 T limited with only 6300 miles on it and the dual clutch transmission does not work. Three computer upgrades to try and make it work but not yet right. Do not buy the 2017 with this transmission! transmission disengages while you are driving at speed or you lose accelerator control and rpm locks in at 1000 rpm. A danger to drive as you never know when it will happen. Have great sympathy for my dealer who is at odds to make this car run do to Hyundai design. Ford did not make this kind of transmission work either!

    • Tom Jan25

      I own a 2016 Hyundai 1.6 T limited, 7000 mi., dual clutch, what a mess. You never know when it will jerk or stop, it is a danger to drive. Three computer repairs and a new transmission.
      Have gone BBB-auto line and now with Fl. Atty. General. This car should not be on the road and Hyundai could care less.

      • Dale

        They finally had a recall but still said it was just a program problem. They did buy mine back and I was worried they would eventual try to resale it. They continue to sell that transmission in the 2017 and even one of their cars was to use it. Yes they put the mechanical control unit in mine too that did no good! The recall was forced by the NHTSA so you need to let them know by their web site.

  • Peter Sokol

    Are you sure about adaptive cruise control? Current version 2016 – no way to get it, the do not provide adaptive just standard cruise control.

Editor's rating
4.6 overall
  • Safety4.7
  • Performance4.5
  • Design4.6
  • Features4.6
  • Fuel economy4.5

Affordable, nice and sporty SUV from Hyundai will be updated in 2017. It will certainly save all distinctive features and get more advanced gadgets on board.

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