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2016 Hyundai Tucson Guide

Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the 2016 Hyundai Tucson. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the 2016 Hyundai Tucson.


The Hyundai Tucson is a crossover SUV with an above-average predicted reliability rating and lots of standard features. More and more buyers are looking for small SUV's, and the Tucson is a contender with its ample legroom and storage. The Tucson also stands out from the crowd with a comfortable ride and above-average handling. The Tucson provides buyers with a reliable, competent ride without the headache of problems.


New for 2016

The Tucson has been completely redesigned for 2016. The interior is spacious, there are plenty of advanced safety features and the Tucson gets high safety and reliability ratings. US News named the Hyundai Tucson their 2016 best compact SUV for the money. Two powertrains are available, a 2.0-liter four-cylinder with six-speed automatic transmission on the base SE trim and a 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with seven-speed dual-clutch automatic on the three higher up trims.

Great Engine Performance

The 2016 Tucson is well-rounded and provides buyers with good value for their money. Some trims have been outfitted with a powerful turbocharged engine, which gives a smooth and refined ride while keeping the cabin quiet. The Tucson has also earned a perfect reliability score by J.D. Power, which is valuable for many customers who want longevity in their cars and who may end up buying rather than leasing.

Ride Quality

The 2016 Tucson feels good to ride with pretty decent bump absorption and nice, responsive handling. There aren't many differences in ride quality and handling between the SE and the Sport model. Both trims absorb bumps and ruts well, with very good braking performance.


Safety Recalls

The 2016 AWD Tucson has had four safety recalls, one that addresses an inability to accelerate from a stop, and another that concerns a problem with the secondary hood latch disengaging. Another recall concerns the trailer  one recall for the trailer's lights staying lit and one for malfunctioning turn signals.

Base Model Engine

The base Tucson SE has an uninspiring 11-second 0-60 acceleration combined with 24 mpg overall, which puts it at a low point compared to some competitors. Shifting can be stiff, too. And when drivers want to try to get up some acceleration, the shifting can get even stiffer when the throttle is wide-open. Buyers who may want more power from the engine can choose from the various trims and decide which engine is best for them in this case.


The Sport trim is more powerful than the SE and it gets better gas mileage, however it can have trouble quickly coming to a stop as the vehicle's clutch has to think for a moment. This makes shifting jarring when going from first to second gear.

2016 Hyundai Tucson Reviews

4.7 OUT OF 5 (123 Reviews)