Hyundai Tucson vs. the Competition

Hyundai Tucson

Price, Capability, and Space in the Hyundai Tucson Overshadow the Competition in Fort Lauderdale, FL

Shopping for a new SUV revolves around capability and space. And when you can get both for less, that's even better. In that case, it sounds like the new Hyundai Tucson is the obvious choice for Fort Lauderdale drivers, and it's available at Rick Case Hyundai Plantation. Find out how the Tucson overshadows the Toyota RAV4 and Nissan Rogue on the roads in Plantation, Lauderhill, Lauderdale Lakes, and Margate.

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Hyundai Tucson vs. Toyota RAV4

  • With a starting price of $22,700, the Tucson is over $1,700 more affordable than the Toyota RAV4's starting price. In fact, even the Tucson Limited - the highest trim level - is almost $5,000 less expensive than the RAV4's comparable trim level.
  • Capability should be a given in an SUV. Well, upgrading to all wheel drive will cost you $1,700 more with the RAV4 than with the Tucson.
  • Need torque to go along with that capability? Better go with the Tucson. The available 1.6-liter Turbo GDI DOHC 4-cylinder engine in the Tucson gives you 195 pound-feet of torque, 23 pound-feet more than the RAV4.
  • Speaking of the available Turbo engine in the Tucson, it also gives you a better city fuel efficiency rating of 24 mpg than the 22 mpg city that the RAV4 provides.
  • Your passengers will appreciate the Tucson as well, because it packs 133.2 cubic feet of passenger volume inside its cabin. That bests the RAV4 by over 31 cubic feet. Your passengers will also enjoy more space for their head, legs, shoulders, and hips in the second row in the Tucson.

Hyundai Tucson vs. Nissan Rogue

  • You can save over $1,100 right off that bat with the Tucson, because it starts at $22,700 and the Nissan Rogue starts at $24,420. Even at the top, the Rogue's highest trim level is still more expensive than the Tucson Limited.
  • Upgrade to all wheel drive for less in the Tucson. The Rogue will make you pay $1,000 more than the Tucson for the added capability.
  • What's better than the Rogue's 170 horsepower and 175 pound-feet of torque? The 175 horsepower and 195 pound-feet of torque from the available 1.6-liter Turbo GDI DOHC 4-cylinder engine under the hood of the Tucson.
  • Open the doors, and behold 133.2 cubic feet of passenger volume inside the Tucson. And in the Rogue? Well, there's about 27 cubic feet of space missing. Your second row passengers will certainly appreciate the extra head, leg, and hip room in your Tucson.

Experience the new Hyundai Tucson for yourself. Arrange for a test drive at Rick Case Hyundai Plantation!






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