Hyundai Tucson vs. the Competition

Hyundai Tucson

The Hyundai Tucson Impresses Cleveland, OH When Compared to the Competition

Whether you want style, space, capability, or affordability, the new Hyundai Tucson has you covered. The best part? The Tucson is available now at Rick Case Hyundai Cleveland. But how does it stack up to the competition? Drivers in Cleveland, Parma, Mentor, Cleveland Heights, and Shaker Heights will be even more impressed with the Tucson when they compare it to the Toyota RAV4 and Nissan Rogue.

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Hyundai Tucson vs. Toyota RAV4

  • When affordability is key, the Hyundai Tucson wins. The Tucson starts at $22,700, which is over $1,700 less than the Toyota RAV4's starting price. Even when you step up to the Tucson Limited, it's still almost $5,000 less than the comparable trim level of the RAV4.
  • Want all wheel drive? Upgrading to all wheel drive is $1,700 less expensive on the Tucson than on the RAV4.
  • The available 1.6-liter Turbo GDI DOHC 4-cylinder engine in the Tucson pumps out 195 pound-feet of torque, which is 23 pound-feet of torque more than you'll get from the RAV4.
  • The available Turbo engine also gets a better city fuel efficiency rating than the RAV4, getting 24 mpg compared to 22 mpg.
  • Space is essential for a comfortable ride. The Tucson boasts a stunning 133.2 cubic feet of passenger volume, which is over 31 cubic feet of space more than the RAV4.
  • Speaking of comfort, the Tucson also offers more second row head, leg, shoulder, and hip room than the RAV4.

Hyundai Tucson vs. Nissan Rogue

  • The Hyundai Tucson has a starting price of $22,700, which is over $1,100 more affordable than the Nissan Rogue. Even at the highest trim level, the Tucson Limited is still over $100 less.
  • What's an SUV without capability? The Tucson makes capability more affordable, because opting for all wheel drive is over $1,000 less than getting it on the Rogue.
  • The Tucson packs 175 horsepower and 195 pound-feet of torque into the available 1.6-liter Turbo GDI DOHC 4-cylinder engine. And the Rogue's engine? You'll only get 170 horsepower and 175 pound-feet of torque.
  • Step inside the Tucson, and you'll find an impressive 133.2 cubic feet of passenger volume. That's over 27 more cubic feet of space than the Rogue's interior.
  • The Tucson also gives second row passengers more head, leg, and hip room than the Rogue.

Test drive the new Hyundai Tucson today at Rick Case Hyundai Cleveland!






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