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The Tucson gains a new look, powertrain, and expanded features for 2019. Forward-collision warning, automatic emergency braking, and lane-keep assist come standard. A 2.0-liter four-cylinder is the base engine. A responsive 2.4-liter engine is standard on the higher trims. The only transmission choice is a six-speed automatic. Ride comfort, handling agility, and noise suppression are commendable. The Tucson feels especially roomy and spacious for a compact SUV, with an open and airy cabin that offers easy access and a family-friendly rear seat. The updated interior features a 7-inch touch screen that sits above the dashboard. The revised dash retains a standard shifter design and straightforward physical controls.Detail
The 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe replaces the five-passenger Santa Fe Sport, while the current three-row, long-wheelbase Santa Fe continues as the Santa Fe XL. The same four-cylinder engine choices carry over from the Santa Fe Sport, although an eight-speed transmission replaces the six-speed. The uplevel engine is a 235-hp, 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder. A diesel engine will also be available. A new technology alerts drivers to child or pet left in the backseat, and prevents doors from opening in the path of an oncoming bicycle, motorcycle, or car. Standard advanced safety features include lane-keep assist, adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic warning with automatic emergency braking, and forward-collision avoidance with pedestrian detection.Read More
This competitive sedan was
freshened for 2018 and retains its excellent
rear-seat room, easy cabin access, and
user-friendly controls. Handling is taut and secure, but the ride is on the firm side and is no longer as
comfortable as it used to be. The base 2.4-liter, four-cylinder engine is coupled to a smooth six-speed
automatic that returns 28 mpg overall in our tests. A more powerful 2.0-liter turbo mated to an eight-speed
automatic is optional. The Eco uses a 1.6-liter, turbo four-cylinder paired with a seven-speed automated
manual. Outward visibility is a strong point. Blind-spot warning is standard, and forward-collision warning
and automatic emergency braking are optional. Plug-in and hybrid versions are available; the latter returned
an impressive 39 mpg overall in our tests. The generous interior makes for a very pleasant sedan.
The Elantra is relatively roomy, sparing with fuel, and features intuitive controls. The 2.0-liter four-cylinder returned an excellent 33 mpg overall in our tests but delivers leisurely acceleration and buzzes unpleasantly as revs increase. The Eco version feels more responsive but comes at a $3,000 price premium. Although handling is secure, there isn't much driving excitement. The ride is mostly unobjectionable, but sharp bumps tend to come through noticeably. Road noise is elevated as well. Inside, the front seats in our tested SE are short on lumbar support, though the power seat in the Limited is better. Active safety features and a Sport version with a 1.6-liter, turbo four-cylinder are available. New for 2018 is a GT hatchback version with taut, nimble handling.Read More
The Hyundai Kona joins in the rapidly expanding field of subcompact SUVs. It is one of the better models in that class because of its nimble handling, easy-to-use controls, and good fuel economy. The base engine is a 147-hp, 2.0-liter four-cylinder that comes with a six-speed automatic transmission. That engine actually feels more responsive off the line than the uplevel 175-hp, 1.6-liter turbocharged engine, which is mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic. The Kona has a stiff ride and the cabin gets loud, which are typical of these SUVs. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility is supported. For 2019 advanced safety features such as forward-collision warning with automatic braking is standard. A 250-mile, all-electric range, front-wheel drive version is new.