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You can find 210 different trims/engines for the Hyundai Tucson and their corresponding recommended towing capacity.
The years available stretch from 2004 through to 2022 and to view the towing capacity you just click to expand.
Like the Santa Fe, the Tucson takes its name from a destination designed to reflect the overall feel of the vehicle (Tucson, Arizona).
Of all the SUVs Hyundai has created, the Tucson is the best selling. The first generation was essentially intended to be a smaller version of the Santa Fe, keeping most of the features and cargo capacity whilst reducing the overall size for a more convenient driving experience. The three trim levels were GLS, SE and Limited, all of which came with air conditioning, 6 airbags, electric stability control, CD player and alloy wheels as standard.
In 2009, the Tucson achieved 5 stars across the board with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) for safety (for both passengers and pedestrians alike). Outside of South Kora and the USA, the ‘Tucson’ was replaced by the nameplate ix35 and was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The main differences were increased power, comfort and efficiency. The trim levels here were GL, GLS and Limited all available with optional all-wheel drive.
The third generation was released in 2015 at the Geneva Motor Show and had a longer wheelbase with increased rear cargo space with blind-spot detection and automatic braking. There were two engine variants, a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder 164 hp on a 6-speed automatic and a 1.6 liter turbocharged 175 hp with a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission. 2018 saw a facelift and was showcased at the New York International Auto Show, it had a cascading grille with new LED headlights. 2020 saw the 4th generation, this was built on a short version of the N3 platform that was shared with the Santa Fe.