Safety may not be sexy, but it sure is popular. Hyundai is the latest brand to make several key safety features standard on its compact SUV; the automaker revised its Tucson for 2019, and the new model features a whole lot more safety and convenience features for a modest price bump. The 2019 Tucson is on sale now starting at $24,245 (all prices include destination). That’s $715 higher than the model-year 2018 base price.
For 2019, the lineup starts at the SE grade and features newly standard convenience equipment, like a 7-inch multimedia display with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay integration, as well as many newly standard safety features. Forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking, lane keep assist and a driver attention warning system are standard on all trims; they were only available on higher variants last year.