It’s that time of the year again when Hyundai begins to send all the dealers the new 2014 models. There are some changes that are coming to Morrie’s 394 Hyundai and one of those changes is the 2014 Hyundai Tucson. First released in 2010, the Tucson will be getting a few considerable changes that will be great to see in the cross-over SUV segment for Hyundai.
One of the biggest issues consumers face when going from a crossover SUV to a larger SUV’s is the much needed “get up and go” engine power. Hyundai has equipped the redesigned Tucson with a 2.4L Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) engine to enhance torque and engine responsiveness as well as boost MPG’s. To go along with power, the 2014 Tucson will also have a few cosmetic upgrades. The new projector headlights with LED accents will help it match it’s big brother, the Santa Fe, which is already sporting these dapper European influenced lights. A new set of wheels to spice up the exterior a bit and LED taillights help the Tucson’s flowing lines stand out from the pack.
There are a few different trim levels that will be offered on the 2014 Hyundai Tucson which includes deleting the GL trim and bringing forth the new SE trim level. The GLS will now be the base model which will (like the Tucson’s of the past) feature reclining rear seats and have the optional AWD system. The SE will be the mid-trim level and now have the optional 4.3-inch color audio system with a rearview camera. The limited will remain the top trim level and the navigation package will upgrade the 6” navigation screen to a 7” display.
All models and trim levels will keep the bluetooth technology and will also include Hyundai BlueLink which can help drivers in emergency and everyday life situations. Top all this off with a few new color options and interior features to match the Santa Fe style, the 2014 Tucson will be a force to be reckoned with in the crossover SUV lineup.
If you would like more information about available features and options you can visit www.morries394hyundai.com or check back here often for all the upcoming news on the Tucson.