2013 Hyundai Tucson Values

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2013 model year changes

The Hyundai Tucson is virtually unchanged for 2013. Minor improvements include fog lights and automatic headlight control on the GLS model, proximity key entry with pushbutton start on Limited models and heated front seats on front-wheel-drove GLS models.

Competitive comparison

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

Special features for 2013

The Tucson has a lot going for it when matched up against 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 keeps it settled and stable on the open road yet also maneuverable in tight spaces. Hyundai also notes that there is more interior space than in some vehicles a class larger and rear-seat legroom is class-leading.