There are three engine configurations to select from in the 2018 Hyundai Tucson.
The 7.9-second 0-60 mph sprint of the 2018 Tucson is quicker than most of its competitors.
The Tucson SUV crossover has six trim choices.
The Tucson has plenty of safety features that garnered it high crash test scores from rating bodies like NHTSA and IIHS.
The crossover has plenty of useful tech features that improve its navigation, safety, comfort and entertainment.
The interior elements of the 2018 Tucson have improved in its upper trim levels compared to the 2017 model.
The 2018 Hyundai Tucson exhibited a bit of a lag in its transmission upon the start of its acceleration.
The base engine for the lower trims showed slow acceleration rate.
Be easy on the gas pedal to prevent the engine noise from reverberating in the interior of the vehicle
The SUV's lane departure system has tendency to set off false alarms. It detects random visual cues on the road. These can be distracting for the driver.
Some of the important advanced safety features are only reserved for the upper trim levels.
The base trim level offers mediocre materials in the crossover's cabin considering its $22,550 cost.
There are no discernible changes on the outside between the 2018 and 2017 models of the Tucson.