The 2022 Hyundai Tucson Hybrid finally has a sticker price and it starts right in the same ballpark as key competitors like the Honda CR-V Hybrid and Toyota RAV4 Hybrid. Base Blue models start at $30,235. That may sound pricey but keep in mind you also get AWD, heated front seats, and a full range of driver assistance technologies as standard in the Tucson Hybrid.
Should you want more features, the SEL Convenience starts at $32,835. That adds extras like a Bose audio system, a 10.25-inch digital gauge cluster, ventilated front seats, and a panoramic sunroof. If that’s not enough, the range-topping Limited grade, which starts at $38,535. You get all of the features from the SEL Convenience trim and adds a 10.25-inch main touch screen, built-in navigation, eight-way power front seats, driver’s seat memory, heated rear seats, a heated steering wheel, remote parking, rear automatic emergency braking, front and rear parking sensors, surround-view parking camera system, blind-spot view monitor, and 64-color ambient lighting.
All 2022 Hyundai Tucson Hybrid models will come with a 180-hp 1.6-liter turbo-four paired to a 59-hp electric motor, a 1.49-kWh lithium-ion battery, and a six-speed automatic transmission. The total system output is 227 hp. Hyundai estimates that the Tucson Hybrid will be able to travel 500 miles on a single tank of fuel.
Later in the year, the 2022 Tucson lineup will grow with the addition of the plug-in hybrid variant. Like the standard Tucson Hybrid, the Tucson PHEV will get AWD standard. However, the PHEV will only be offered in Blue and Limited trims. The biggest differences between the Tucson PHEV and the standard hybrid are the battery size and electric motor. PHEV models get a 13.8-kWh battery and a 90-hp electric motor, which increases output to 261 hp combined. In EV mode, Hyundai estimates the Tucson PHEV can travel around 30 miles.