Serving Memphis, TN
With its versatility and style, the Hyundai Tucson has captured your attention. The only thing that may be standing between you and your new Tucson is the decision about which model year to choose. When our customers ask us about the differences between the 2020 Hyundai Tucson and the 2021 version, they are often pleased to learn that there are no significant differences from trim to trim across both model years. What can you expect from your new Hyundai Tucson?
The Tucson is engineered to promote confidence behind the wheel, and it is available with two powertrains across its full trim line. For both 2020 and 2021, the Tucson’s lower two trims receive 161 horsepower from a GDI four-cylinder, 2.0-liter engine. The higher trim levels are loaded with a 2.4-liter variant that generates 181 horsepower. Advanced safety features like pedestrian detection and auto-braking add to your sense of security on the road.
From end to end, the Tucson’s exterior style is unchanged and continues to be sleek and athletic between 2020 and 2021. From the side view, you will notice a flat-nosed front with sharp angles through the headlights. At the same time, the profile flows fluidly and ends in a liftgate spoiler. The two side accents have a modest angle to enhance Tucson’s sportiness. Black body molding and Hyundai’s hexagon-shaped grille are also defining exterior traits on the Tucson.
The well-equipped 2020 Tucson carries its features up to the 2021 model year without change. The features offered across different trim levels are a smart liftgate, USB ports in the first and second rows, an Infinity sound system, a heated steering wheel, a surround-view monitor, Apple CarPlay with Android Auto, a sunroof, and many other features.
Are you excited about taking home a new Tucson soon? Our Wolfchase Hyundai team will happily help you explore the exciting possibilities waiting for you in our inventory.