This year, the Hyundai Tucson received a significant upgrade from it’s exterior design to the features available inside while offering 7 trim levels to choose from.
Introducing the 2019 Newly Redesigned Hyundai Tucson
Today we’re taking a look at the Night Edition. The Hyundai Tucson returns in 2019 with a new redesign. The most notable design upgrade is the newly designed front fascia. Moving away from the bar grill to a modern sleek looking honeycomb grille.
Exterior of the Hyundai Tucson
The changes they made to the front of the vehicle are a bit more angular, giving it an aggressive look that matches the changes they made to its smaller counter part, the Kona and the larger, Santa Fe.
With the Night Edition you get:
- 19-inch black BBS alloy wheels
- gloss black honeycomb grille
- dual tip exhausts
- blacked out styling
- LED daytime running lights with the newly designed headlights
Fun Fact About the Tucson:
Fun fact, the newly designed LED headlights are actually designed by a German car designer who came over from Audi helping with the Audi TT.
Engine Options in the Tucson Night Edition
This specific Tucson is fitted with the 2.4 liter GDI inline-four engine that outputs 181 horsepower and gets you 22 city miles per gallon and 28 on the highway.
Tucson Night Edition Interior
Inside the 2019 Tucson, the Night Edition integrates beautiful dark elements in the cabin with next level modern amenities. In the Night Edition it comes equipped with an iPad style touchscreen infotainment system that has Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, navigation, and a rear-view monitor for easy parking.
In addition, Tucson also comes equipped with wireless charging where you just lay down your phone and let it charge. The Tucson comfortably seats five passengers with 31 cubic feet of cargo room.
Safety in the Tucson
Importantly, the Hyundai Tucson has the most advanced safety features available on the market such as:
- smart cruise control with stop and go
- forward collision avoidance
- lane keep assist
- high-beam assist, that will automatically turn off your brights when oncoming traffic is detected
- blind spot collision warning
- rear cross traffic collision
Overall the Tucson is the perfect size for a compact SUV, not too large nor too small. It’s available in seven different trim levels to give you a wide selection to choose from. To give you an even closer look at what the 2019 Tucson has to offer we’ve created a 2019 Hyundai Tucson page dedicated to all new technology and features this compact SUV has to offer. If you’d like to take a closer look at one, stop at either of our McGrath Hyundai locations in Cedar Rapids or Dubuque, or shop our full inventory online at McGrathAuto.com.