Report: Hyundai Prices 2010 Tucson from $18,995

Report: Hyundai Prices 2010 Tucson from $18,995

Hyundai has just announced that the all-new 2010 Tucson will be priced starting from $18,995, with range-topping Limited models starting at $24,345. A base GLS model with a six-speed automatic will start at $19,995. The Limited trim level with AWD and the Premium package will top out the lineup at $28,695.

A base GLS model will come standard with Hyundai’s 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine with 176-hp and 168 ft-lbs of torque, a six-speed transmission (manual or automatic), AC, power windows, locks and mirrors, remote keyless entry with alarm, a tilt steering wheel, 17-inch wheels, stability and traction control, six airbags, ABS, Hillstart Assist Control (HAC), Downhill Brake Control (DBC) and a six-speaker AM/FM/Satellite Radio/CD/MP3 audio system with 6 speakers, as well as iPod auxiliary and USB jacks.

A $1,700 Popular Equipment Package adds a telescopic steering wheel, auto up/down driver’s power window, cloth/letherette seats, a leather wrapped wheel and shift knob, Bluetooth, steering wheel audio controls, cruise control and more.

Limited models get all the GLS equipment, along with everything in the Popular Equipment Package, plus 18-inch wheels, leather seats with heated from seats and a power drivers seat with lumbar support, dual-zone climate control and more. An added Premium Package ($2,850) adds a panoramic sunroof, Navigation with a 6.5-inch screen, rearview camera and a premium audio system.

The 2010 Hyundai Tucson arrives in dealerships this month.

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Official release after the jump:


Delivers Better Fuel Economy, More Power and Enhanced Convenience and Safety Features – Starting at a Low Price of $18,995

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif., Dec. 8, 2009 – Hyundai Motor America has announced prices for its all-new Tucson CUV (Crossover Utility Vehicle), starting at $18,995 for a well-equipped GLS six-speed, manual-transmission model and $24,345 for the top-of-the-line Limited model. The all-new Tucson arrives at dealerships this month. “The 2010 Tucson truly delivers unprecedented value by raising the bar on performance, fuel economy and design while maintaining a very affordable price,” said John Krafcik, president and CEO, Hyundai Motor America. “For 2010, the most popular Tucson offers 26 percent more horsepower, about 20 percent better combined fuel economy, standard six-speed transmission and the list goes on – all at the same price point as the previous generation Tucson.”

2010 Tucson Manufacturers Suggested Retail Pricing Model    Engine    Transmission    2WD MSRP    AWD MSRP GLS    2.4-liter I4    Six-Speed M/T     $18,995     – GLS    2.4-liter I4    Six-Speed A/T    $19,995    – GLS w/ Pop. Equip. Pkg.    2.4-liter I4    Six-Speed A/T       $21,695    $23,195 GLS w/ Navi. Pkg.     2.4-liter I4    Six-Speed A/T       $23,695    $25,195 Limited    2.4-liter I4    Six-Speed A/T       $24,345    $25,845 Limited w/ Premium Pkg.    2.4-liter I4    Six-Speed A/T       $27,195    $28,695 Note:  All prices in this release do not contain a freight charge of $795

The Tucson GLS FWD A/T, the heart of the new Tucson lineup, offers equipment not available in a comparable Honda CR-V FWD LX – Downhill Brake Control (DBC), Hillstart Assist Control, XM Satellite Radio® and a six-speed automatic transmission with SHIFTRONIC® – all at a price that is $1,465 under a comparably equipped CR-V. The 2010 Tucson is a sleek crossover that improves on its predecessor with its athletic European design, roomy cabin with extra cargo space, and significant improvements in fuel economy and technology. The Tucson also features the company’s “Fluidic Sculpture” design language and is the first vehicle in Hyundai’s 24/7 version 2.0 product initiative (seven new models in the next 24 months). The all-new Tucson is the first Hyundai CUV to be designed in Europe at Hyundai’s Frankfurt-based design and technical centers. It features precedent-setting engineering including advanced weight-saving technology (the 2010 model is 61 lbs. lighter than the prior model), a six-speed automatic transmission and the eco-efficient Theta II 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine delivering up to 31 mpg on the highway. True to Hyundai form, the Tucson applies life-saving safety technologies as standard equipment while offering, for the first time, side curtain airbags with rollover sensors. The new Tucson also offers touch-screen navigation, Hyundai’s first panoramic sunroof and a Bluetooth® hands-free phone system.


Key GLS standard equipment:

•    2.4L Theta II DOHC I4 •    6-speed manual or automatic transmission •    Motor Driven Power Steering (MDPS) •    4-wheel independent suspension •    17-inch steel wheels with wheel covers and 225/60R17 tires & TPMS •    ESC with TCS •    Hillstart Assist Control (HAC) & Downhill Brake Control (DBC) •    ABS, EBD, and Brake Assist w/ 4-wheel disc brakes •    6 airbags with rollover sensor •    Active front & adjustable head restraints for all seating positions •    EZ lane change assist turn signals •    Air conditioning with air filter •    AM/FM/Satellite Radio/CD/MP3 audio system with 6 speakers, iPod®/USB auxiliary input jacks, iPod® cable and roof antenna •    Power windows, door locks and mirrors •    Remote keyless entry with alarm •    Trip computer & Eco Indicator •    Tilt steering wheel •    Armrest storage box  & front seatback pockets •    Metal paint and black high gloss accents •    Front and cargo area power outlet •    Bottle holders in all four doors •    Rear armrest with cupholders •    60/40 split fold-down rear seatback •    Side sill molding and bodycolor rear spoiler •    Underfloor cargo storage with reversible cover •    Rear wiper & washer

Popular equipment package (GLS std. equip. plus) $1,700:

•    Telescopic steering wheel •    17-inch alloy wheels •    Auto up/down driver power window •    Leatherette bolster/cloth insert seats •    Leather-wrapped steering wheel & shift knob •    Bluetooth® hands-free phone system •    Illuminated vanity mirrors & glovebox •    Steering wheel audio controls •    Cruise control •    Soft touch interior paint •    Bodycolor door handles •    Bodycolor heated mirrors •    Side garnish •    Privacy glass •    Roof side rails •    Engine cover

Navigation (includes Popular equipment package) $3,700:

•    Navigation system with 6.5-inch screen •    Rearview camera •    Premium audio with external amplifier and subwoofer •    Automatic headlights


•    GLS Popular Equipment Pkg. equipment plus: •    18-inch  alloy wheels with 225/55R18 tires •    Leather seating surfaces •    Heated front seats (high/low settings) •    Power driver seat with lumbar support •    Dual front automatic temperature control with CleanAir Ionizer •    Solar glass •    Deluxe door scuff •    Cargo cover •    Chrome grille & door handles •    Automatic headlights •    Fog lights •    Front wiper de-icer •    Side repeater exterior mirrors •    Limited badging (rear)

Premium Package $2,850:

•    Panoramic sunroof •    Navigation system with 6.5-inch screen •    Rearview camera •    Premium audio with external amplifier and subwoofer •    Delete roof side rails

WARRANTY The 2010 Hyundai Tucson is protected by the Hyundai Advantage, America’s Best Warranty. Coverage includes five-year/60,000-mile bumper-to-bumper protection, 10-year/100,000-mile limited powertrain warranty, and seven-year/unlimited mileage anti-perforation coverage. In addition, Tucson buyers receive 24-hour roadside assistance coverage at no extra charge for five years (no mileage limit) and that service includes emergency towing, lockout service and limited coverage for trip-interruption expenses. There is no deductible on any of these coverages.

  • Jan

    When will this model be available at local dealers? Zip 16148