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2022 Hyundai Tucson Base Price Rises by $1250, Hybrid Starts at $30,235

Car and Driver logo Car and Driver 3/16/2021 Joey Capparella
a car parked in a parking lot: The new Tucson is larger, more stylish, and more expensive than before and now offers N-Line and hybrid models. © Hyundai The new Tucson is larger, more stylish, and more expensive than before and now offers N-Line and hybrid models.
  • The new 2022 Hyundai Tucson starts at $26,135 for the base SE trim level.
  • The hybrid model starts at $30,235 and is a new addition to the lineup.
  • 2022 Tucsons will start arriving at dealerships within the next few months

Update 3/16/21: Hyundai has released an image of the new 2022 Tucson N-Line model (pictured below), which has sportier styling, 19-inch wheels, and a dual exhaust. Inside, the N-Line models feature a leather interior with N-Line logos and red accents as well as a Bose sound system. They'll be available in the spring in Ash Black, White Pearl, Titan Gray, and Red Crimson.

The redesigned 2022 Hyundai Tucson appears to offer more than its predecessor, so it's no surprise that pricing is up for the new model. It starts at $26,135, a $1250 increase from last year's Tucson, and prices range up to above $38,000 for a loaded version of the new hybrid variant. A plug-in-hybrid version of the Tucson is also on its way, but Hyundai has not yet released pricing.

a car parked in the desert: 2022 Hyundai Tucson N-Line © Hyundai 2022 Hyundai Tucson N-Line

All nonhybrid versions of the 2022 Tucson come with a 2.5-liter inline-four with 187 horsepower and an eight-speed automatic transmission. All-wheel drive is a $1400 option for all trims. In addition to the base SE ($26,135), options include include the SEL (starting at $27,685), N-Line (starting at $31,785), and Limited (starting at $35,885). Unlike the Sonata and Elantra N-Line models, the Tucson N-Line does not have any performance upgrades and instead amounts to an appearance package.

The Tucson hybrid comes standard with all-wheel drive and a gas-electric drivetrain that uses turbocharged 1.6-liter inline-four gasoline engine and a six-speed automatic transmission. It's more expensive than the nonhybrid, starting at $30,235 for the base Blue model. It also offers better-equipped SEL ($32,835) and Limited ($38,535) models. EPA fuel-economy estimates are not yet available, but we expect a combined rating of around 36 mpg.

Hyundai already began production of the 2022 Tucson in Alabama, which means that units should start arriving at dealerships soon. Reservations are now open on the Hyundai website.


Gallery: 2022 Kia Stinger (motor1.com)

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