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2021 GMC Terrain vs. 2022 Hyundai Tucson Hybrid Review

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2021 GMC
Terrain

MSRP*: $25,000 to $37,500
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2022 Hyundai
Tucson Hybrid

MSRP*: $29,050 to $37,350
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Invoice* $24,975 to $35,775 $27,670 to $35,571
MPG - City 25 MPG 37 - 38 MPG
MPG - Hwy 28 - 30 MPG 36 - 38 MPG
Seating Capacity 5 seats 5 seats
Cargo Space 63.3 ft3 80.3 ft3
Engine Inline-4 Inline-4
Transmission Auto Manual Auto Manual
Drivetrain All-wheel, Front-wheel All-wheel
Horsepower 170 hp 180 hp
Towing Capacity 1,500 lbs 2,000 lbs
Exterior Length 182.3 in 182.3 in
Exterior Width 72.4 in 73.4 in
Leg Room Front 40.9 in
Rear 39.7 in
Front 41.1 in
Rear 41.3 in
Head Room Front 40.0 in
Rear 38.5 in
Front 38.1 - 40.1 in
Rear 38.7 - 39.5 in
Basic Warranty 3 years/36,000 miles 5 years/60,000 miles
Overall Safety Rating** ***** Info not available
Frontal Crash Rating** ***** Info not available
Side Crash Rating** ***** Info not available

**Vehicle crash and safety data is provided by NHTSA, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The NHTSA testing was established by Congress to reduce highway deaths and injuries.

*MSRP and Invoice prices displayed are for educational purposes only, do not reflect the actual selling price of a particular vehicle, and do not include applicable gas taxes or destination charges.

Comparison Review

Comfort
Passengers in the backseat will be able to stretch out a lot more in the Hyundai Tucson Hybrid than in the GMC Terrain, due to its greater head- and legroom. The GMC Terrain will be popular with taller drivers and passengers in the front seat, due to its greater front head- and legroom than the Hyundai Tucson Hybrid.

Convenience
The Hyundai Tucson Hybrid requires fewer stops at the gas station than the GMC Terrain, making it more convenient to drive.

Cost
There are a lot of factors to consider when calculating the overall cost of a vehicle. The main consideration is Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP). The GMC Terrain is somewhat more expensive than the Hyundai Tucson Hybrid. Another consideration is the Destination Charge, which is a standard charge for transporting the vehicle to the dealer from where it's built. Both the GMC Terrain and the Hyundai Tucson Hybrid have similar Destination Charges.

Dimensions
The GMC Terrain is a little narrower than the Hyundai Tucson Hybrid, so you'll have an easier time getting in and out of the car in a tight parking spot. When looking at overall length, the GMC Terrain takes up about the same amount of space in your garage as the Hyundai Tucson Hybrid.

Handling
The GMC Terrain has the same turning radius as the Hyundai Tucson Hybrid, so they both maneuver the same in and out of tight spots.

Performance
In terms of towing capacity, the Hyundai Tucson Hybrid is clearly the choice over the GMC Terrain for pulling heavy loads. The GMC Terrain has a little less horsepower than the Hyundai Tucson Hybrid.

Powertrain
With somewhat higher torque, the GMC Terrain transmits power to its wheels a bit more effectively than the Hyundai Tucson Hybrid.

Utility
In terms of seating, you'll be able to fit about the same number of people in both the GMC Terrain and the Hyundai Tucson Hybrid. The GMC Terrain has significantly less cargo capacity than the Hyundai Tucson Hybrid.

Warranty
The basic warranty of the GMC Terrain is not as nearly as extensive as that of the Hyundai Tucson Hybrid.