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The Value Remains: Hyundai announces pricing for 2022 Tucson

The Value Remains: Hyundai announces pricing for 2022 Tucson
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Next year’s Tucson , the compact crossover from Hyundai, will be difficult to lose in a parking lot given its alarming new face and distinctive taillight treatment. It’s pricing in Canada, however, is much more familiar.

The least expensive 2022 Tucson, a front-wheel-drive Essential trim, will start just under the $30,000 mark — $29,846 to be exact. Note that every colour other than Crystal White will cost $200, pushing the machine over $30-grand.

As expected, adding all-wheel-drive is a $2,000 proposition. There is no shortage of features even at this entry level, including wireless Apple CarPlay and lane-keeping assists.

The 2022 Hyundai Tucson Hyundai

From there, the Preferred trim will cost $32,046 and add the likes of adaptive cruise control and blind-spot collision-avoidance. Tacking on all-wheel-drive is again a $2,000 option. A so-called Trend Package can be layered on top of the latter, adding a panoramic sunroof and leather seats plus a few other minor items, for a further $2,600.

The new $39,146 N-Line trim grabs our attention, with a unique bumper fascia and jazzy 19-inch aluminum wheels. Inside you’ll find the brand’s handsome 10.25-inch digital instrument display and a Bose premium audio system with 10 speakers. All the trims to this point are powered by a 2.5L engine good for about 190 horsepower connected to an eight-speed automatic transmission.

Hybrid models and their turbocharged 1.6L mill pick up where the N-Line leaves off. There will be two trims, Luxury and Ultimate, separated by various creature comforts and about $2,700 in their price tags (the most expensive one will cost $43,442). All-wheel-drive is standard, as are leather seats, that snazzy digital display, and all manner of active driving aids. The Ultimate trim adds remote smart parking assist (you may know it as SMAHT PAHK from the Super Bowl commercials) and a few other items. Net horsepower from the hybrid system is 230 ponies.

Last year’s Tucson started at $26,099 in Essential trim, if you’re wondering, but did lack several tech and safety standard on the 2022 model, not to mention its more powerful 2.5L engine which has a good 30-horsepower advantage compared to the old car.
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