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Hyundai Tucson

If you are in the market for a smaller compact crossover car with a lot to offer, consider the Hyundai Tucson. The Hyundai Tucson was first produced in 2004 and continues to be manufactured today. It comes in three different trims, with many higher-end standard features, plenty of room, good fuel efficiency, and satisfactory safety ratings. The Tucson has a myriad of different options to suit your needs. CARFAX provides researchers with information about the Hyundai Tucson, including make and model specifications, features, safety ratings, and proprietary data tied to a specific vehicle. 

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Used Hyundai Tucson Owner Reviews

2014 Hyundai Tucson

Bought it because it the right size for me. I am retired and only drive it two to four days a week. The only thing it does not tell me is the temperature, and I miss that item. It is a great car, we leased it and will probably buy it.

Model Overview

When you are looking for a compact crossover with room, the 2014 Hyundai Tucson can be a good option. It has 101.9 cubic feet of interior space with second-row seating that folds down easily to give you more cargo and travel space. 

The 2014 Tucson offers a solid performance which ensures a good ride. It uses Intelligent Torque Controlled Coupling which allows for tighter turns as well as 17-inch tires that come standard with optional 18-inch and updated traction control. 

In terms of fuel efficiency, the 2013 Hyundai Tucson has much to offer. You can expect to get an estimated 21 mpg in the city, 30 mpg on the highway. This is very good fuel efficiency that you get out of the 4-cylinder engine. With the Tucson, you get both a powerful engine as well as good gas mileage.

The Tucson is a good choice for families, people who like to travel, older retired people, college students, and daily commuters. The fuel efficiency makes it affordable, safety ratings mean you can feel confident, and there is plenty of cargo room for you to store luggage, groceries, or any gear you may need to take with you. The Tucson has considerably low costs for repairs, which is also good if you are living on a fixed income or stringent budget.

The Hyundai Tucson is available in three different trims which include GLS, SE, and Limited. The GLS is the base model and the Limited is the higher-end model. There have been many different design changes for the Tucson, both mechanical and cosmetic. 

Standard equipment in the 2014 Tucson is also higher-end than others in its class. Some of the standard equipment includes panoramic sunroof that is only offered as an option in the Limited edition, proximity key, dual automatic temperature control with CleanAir Ionizer, six-way adjustable driver's seat, dual-front vanity mirrors, 4.3-inch color touchscreen audio display, and rear-view camera.

Hyundai Tucson Safety

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gives the Tucson the highest rating of "Good" in collisions for moderate overlap front, side, and roof strength. This means that you and your passengers are well-protected in the event of a serious car accident. There are many safety features that come standard in the Tucson. Some of the safety features include a traction control system, electronic stability control, Assurance Connected Care powered by Blue Link, and more. 

Noteworthy About the Hyundai Tucson

The Hyundai Tucson is a great choice for a compact vehicle with the feel and performance of a larger vehicle. You can feel as though you are traveling in a mid-size SUV without the cost of driving one. The Tucson offers substantial fuel efficiency, plenty of interior space, cargo storage space, an affordable base price, and excellent safety ratings. You get a wide array of standard equipment at no extra price and the base price is an affordable cost.

Visit carfax.com and get all of the pertinent information regarding the Hyundai Tucson. You can make sure the car has the correct mileage reading, was maintained on a regular schedule, and has not been involved in any major collisions--information that can help you be more confident in the research or buying process.

Vehicle Overview


Number of Owners Hyundai Tucson


Carfax Facts

The Tucson averages 52 percent for 1-owner and 33.7 percent for 2-owner vehicles. 

Average Odometer Reading


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If you're looking for a Hyundai Tucson with less than 50,000 miles, start your search with the 2010 model year.

2014 Tucson Specifications

  • From $21,450
  • 2.0-liter 16-valve 4-cylinder; 2.4-liter 16-valve 4-cylinder

  • 23 city / 29 hwy mpg

  • Front Wheel Drive; All Wheel Drive
  • 6-speed automatic

  • 164 hp @ 6200 rpm

  • 103.9 inches

I found a Hyundai with low mileage, the right price and looked in good shape. CARFAX indicated it had been in an accident. As I looked through the history, there were other indicators that the car was a problem. I didn’t even bother to get inside of it.

—Tyrone Thomason