Compare the Hyundai Tucson

Why the 2017 Hyundai Tucson is Your Best Bet for a Compact Crossover
Vs. Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4, Jeep Cherokee

When a full-sized SUV is too much and a family sedan is too little, the new 2017 Hyundai Tucson proves to be just right. Sure, there are many options for a small, compact crossover out there, but you'll find the best one here at our Concord, NC Hyundai dealership serving Kannapolis, Charlotte, Matthews, Monroe and Huntersville, and we'll be happy to help you find the perfect edition.

Like all new Hyundai models featured here in Concord, we prefer the Tucson over competing compact crossovers. To give you an idea why the Tucson is the right choice, we're comparing the base level, AWD edition against popular crossovers like the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4 and Jeep Cherokee, so take a look, then visit us today for a test drive.

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The Hyundai Tucson vs. the Honda CR-V in Concord

  • The Tucson starts off at a lower base price than the CR-V.
  • With Hyundai leading all car brands in warranty offerings, the Tucson offers a more comprehensive set of coverage, including a longer roadside assistance program and a non-transferable powertrain warranty when compared to the CR-V.
  • You can add a power driver's seat to the base level Tucson, while that option isn't available with the CR-V.

The Hyundai Tucson vs. the Toyota RAV4 in Concord

  • Again, the Tucson proves to be the more affordable option when compared to the RAV4, a trend that will continue throughout the compact crossover segment.
  • The Tucson features far more cargo space than the RAV4, making the Hyundai crossover ideal for more versatility.
  • The Tucson earns a five-star rating for overall frontal crash tests, while the RAV4 only received four stars in that category.

The Hyundai Tucson vs. the Jeep Cherokee in Concord

  • As if we needed to say it, yes, the Tucson starts off at a lower price than the Cherokee.
  • The Tucson adds a 10-year / 100,000 non-transferable powertrain warranty, which isn't offered with the Cherokee.
  • Earning a five-star rating for the overall crash test, the Tucson proves to be safer than the Cherokee, which only received a four-star rating.