2019 Hyundai Tucson

Set the standard for a ride that's smart, spacious, and smooth in the 2019 Hyundai Tucson. This year, the Tucson introduces a revised engine lineup, new exterior styling, and some changes in feature availability. The turbocharged 1.6-liter engine has been discontinued, leaving two options: the base 2.0-liter four-cylinder and the speedier 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine.

Why choose the 2019 Hyundai Tucson?

This five-passenger compact crossover has put its focus where it counts: roomy, supportive seating, a smooth, easygoing ride, and lots of features for your money. The entry-level Tucson trim includes everything from forward collision mitigation to complete smartphone integration with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capabilities. The Tucson is a crossover that aims to keep you safe and safely connected. The Tucson is also big on passenger protection. In addition to its pristine crash-test scores, this crossover offers all-wheel drive to help you maintain control on icy roads.

Which 2019 Hyundai Tucson trim level is right for me?

There are six Tucsons out there - the SE, Value, SEL, Sport, Limited, and Ultimate editions. With so many trim models available, it's easy to find the crossover that suits your personal style - and your budget, too.


The entry-level Tucson is nicely equipped, with everything from spacious, supportive seating to complete smartphone integration. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto technology display smartphone apps on the 7-inch touchscreen, so you can use these features safely as you go about your daily drive. The height-adjustable driver seat offers that just-right spot at the wheel, no matter your shape or size.


This trim adds to the SE lineup with some valuable utility and convenience features, like keyless entry and start. Roof rails make hauling a canoe or surfboard or extra vacation luggage much easier, and the heated seats are an added luxury you wouldn't have expected in a trim named "value."

2019 Hyundai Tucson Interior


The SEL trim and and up feature the Tucson's larger engine, the 2.4-liter four-cylinder. With it, you'll enjoy greater speed and a more capable ride overall. Other than the upgraded engine, the SEL is very similar to the Value, except that it adds a few upgrades for backseat passengers. The rear-seat air vents and USB ports certainly make for an improved road trip.


The Sport reflects upgraded LED headlights and taillights that let you see and be seen. This trim also adds foglights, so you can navigate bad weather with greater peace of mind. Inside, the wireless charging pad adds another layer of luxury and convenience that you might not expect.

2019 Hyundai Tucson Technology


The Limited trim is where things start getting pretty luxurious, with stylish standard features like leather upholstery. Your hands will keep warm all winter, compliments of the heated steering wheel. Even if parallel parking doesn't agree with you, the 360-degree camera helps you navigate these spaces without a scratch.


The top-tier Tucson has nearly all the features you can imagine. The panoramic sunroof lights up the cabin. Automatic high beams light the way. The Ultimate is prepared for any kind of weather, with ventilated front seats and heated rear seats. The upgraded 8-inch touchscreen display includes navigation, helping you find your way around with sharp color graphics and turn-by-turn directions.

What are the 2019 Hyundai Tucson safety features?

The new Tucson is fully loaded with standard safety features. Each of these crossovers gets forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking, technology that can sense an oncoming accident and spring into action, mitigating or even ruling out damages altogether. The lane keeping assist system is another newly standard feature. If you accidentally stray outside your lane, this technology gently steers you back on the right path. Wait - there's more. On the second-tier Value trim and beyond, Hyundai's Blue Link emergency telematics system is ready to send help when you need it, whether for roadside assistance or medical care after a collision.