2011 Hyundai Tucson Values

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2011 model year changes

The Hyundai Tucson, a compact crossover SUV, was just fully redesigned for the 2010 model year but returns for the 2011 with a new Tucson GL base model, available only with front-wheel drive and with a smaller, slightly more economical 2.0L engine. GLS models get a much-improved standard equipment list that includes such things as a telescopic steering wheel, steering-wheel audio controls, leather trim, Bluetooth, roof side rails and new trims, while Limited models get a new auto-dimming rearview mirror with HomeLink universal garage-door opener and Sachs Adaptive Selective Dampers for a better ride. Heated seats now come standard on all Tucson models with all-wheel drive. For 2011, the Tucson's Motor Driven Power Steering system has been upgraded to work better with the stability control system.

Competitive comparison

Class-leading fuel efficiency; responsive powertrains; rear passenger space; smooth ride; generous standard features; safety

Special features for 2011

The Tucson, which was redesigned last year, has a lot going for it when matched up compared to the competition. With either available engine, the Tucson has some of the highest combined and highway fuel economy ratings in its class. The Tucson has a longer wheelbase than its rivals yet has one of the shortest turning diameters, which makes it settled and stable on the open road yet also maneuverable in tight spaces. Hyundai also says that there's more interior space than in some vehicles a size larger, and rear-seat legroom is class-leading. The 2011 Tucson also has a higher 3-year residual value than the Honda CR-V, Nissan Rogue, and Toyota RAV4, which might mean better deals for those either looking for a lease or those only looking to keep a new car for a few years.