Jun 2, 2021
Hyundai has always sold a lot of Tucsons but the smaller size of the two-row SUV probably kept a lot of buyers away. The 2022 model solves the space issue and goes on to add a city’s worth of style inside and out. And if that’s not enough, for the first time it’s available as a standard hybrid plus a plug-in hybrid with an estimated all-electric range of 32 miles. In short, it’s much more competitive against Nissan Rogue, Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4. Tom Voelk checks out a Limited Hybrid model in, where else? Tucson, AZ of course.