2017 Hyundai Tucson - Price, Photos, Reviews & Features

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2017 Hyundai Tucson


City 21 - 26 MPG Hwy 26 - 32 MPG

Safety Rating

  • Overall Safety:
    5 stars
  • Frontal Crash:
    5 stars
  • Side Crash:
    5 stars

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Overall Rating:
4.8 (out of 5)
Value 4.7
Exterior 4.9
Interior 4.7
Comfort 4.8
Performance 4.6
Reliability 4.8
Warranty determines dependability

by Learned my lesson from Brookhaven, MS | August 05, 2020

My Tucson hit the 60k mark in the midst of the quarantine. It was around 59,800 in April. My right hip also went out and required surgery in May. The surgeon was 87 miles (one way) away. The first window went out the day of surgery on the way home (59,950 miles). The back window on the same side went out the next week when I went for my follow up (59,990). By the time we go to the closet dealership (80 miles away) it was “past the warranty” and they wanted approximately $1250 to fix both. It was at about 60,497 (it was just under 60,500) And they refused to honor the warranty even though appointments were hard to get due to quarantine and such. We took it to a local mechanic (excellent reputation) and it was $250 less. While he was pulling it in to start the front passenger window and planning the back passenger window next the front DRIVER window quit! We will duct tape the back window since the driver window is used more. And I plan to put a warning on the tape to help others! The company refused to offer any help even with the extenuating circumstances. Warranty runs out and it starts falling apart! Literally, the back window just dropped as I was driving with my grandson. Scared us to death!

Most reliable car I have owned

by Bspradling from Pocatello, ID | July 31, 2020

I love how comfortable it is, heated seats get very warm, beautiful exterior, great room for passengers and loading groceries or home improvement products. Great sound, enough room for my dogs to relax, spare tire with pump. I just love it

They lost a good customer.

by zaxdad from Asheville,NC | July 30, 2020

I bought our sixth Hyundai from them. A used 2017 Tuscon Limited with the ultimate package. I now see why it only had 11,000 miles on it. That model had a number of class action suits. I should have done better research. The transmission has many issues. It put me in very dangerous situations a number of times. They talked me into purchasing a CPO warranty. I ended up trading the car in on a Mazda after six months of ownership. I contacted the dealer about getting a refund on the remainder of the warranty. They said I didn't purchase a "wrap" warranty. I've lost about $5,000 for six months of ownership. Buyer beware. Make sure to read the fine print.

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2017 Hyundai Tucson Overview


The 2017 Hyundai Tucson is a compact SUV that seats 5 passengers. It competes with the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4, and Ford Escape. This year, it received some newly available interior updates. 

Four trims are available: the SE, Eco, Sport, and Limited.

Last year, the Tucson received a mid-cycle, sleek facelift. It has a large, hexagonal grille which is bordered by a pair of aggressive headlights. The underbody has a black-clad trim for a slightly rugged appearance. Standard features include power/heated side mirrors, a rear spoiler, and 17-inch wheels. Available features include Xenon HID headlights, LED headlights and daytime running lamps, front fog lights, turn signal indicators for the side mirrors, a power liftgate, a trailer hitch receiver, a roof rack, and larger 19-inch wheels. 

Under the hood, the Tucson SE is powered by a standard 164-hp, 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission and front- (FWD) or all-wheel drive (AWD). The Eco, Sport, and Limited trims are equipped with a more powerful 175-hp, turbocharged 1.6-liter 4-cylinder mated to a 7-speed automatic. Fuel economy for the 2.0-liter model is an EPA-estimated 23/30 mpg city/highway (21/26 mpg with AWD). The Eco trim increases fuel economy to a 26/32 mpg rating (25/30 mpg with AWD), while the Sport and Limited have slightly lower ratings of 25/30 mpg (24/28 mpg with AWD).

Inside, the Tucson has a new stain-resistant, black/gray cloth interior with a 60/40 split-folding rear seat. The center stack features a standard audio system that includes a 5-inch touchscreen, CD/MP3 playback, Bluetooth connectivity for phone and audio, and a USB port. It can be upgraded to the newly updated Hyundai BlueLink multimedia system, which includes a larger 8-inch touchscreen, an integrated navigation system, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto compatibility, an HD radio, and an Infinity premium audio system. Standard features include air conditioning, remote keyless entry, and cruise control. Available features include leather upholstery, power/heated front seats, ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, rear HVAC, an automatic dimming rearview mirror, and a power moonroof.

Standard safety features include a backup camera and a tire pressure monitoring system. Available features include a blindspot monitoring system, a rear cross-traffic alert, lane departure warning, lane change assist, pedestrian detection, and automatic emergency braking. The available Drive Mode Select comes with three modes: Eco, Normal, and Sport.