2024 Hyundai Tucson Price Starts at $28,585, N Line Goes Hybrid

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Redesigned for 2022, the Tucson is Hyundai’s bestselling vehicle in the U.S., which it achieves by wrapping bold, attractive sheet metal around a diverse lineup that ranges from the budget-friendly gas-powered model to an efficient hybrid and more efficient plug-in hybrid to the sporty N Line. For 2024, Hyundai is melding two of those subsets, shifting the N Line to the hybrid powertrain.

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What’s New?

The Tucson N Line now uses the hybrid powertrain for 2024. While the hybrid’s gas engine is smaller than the one in the standard Tucson, a turbocharger and the electric motors make it both more powerful and more efficient — as well as more expensive.

The Tucson also gets new standard haptic feedback through the steering wheel for the blind spot monitors and lane departure steering assist, plus rear side airbags and pretensioners for the rear outboard seat belts. (Pretensioners prevent the seat belt from fully extending rapidly, better controlling occupant movement in a collision.)

Engine Specs and MPG

For the new model year, the Hyundai Tucson’s standard engine remains a 2.5-liter four-cylinder generating 187 horsepower and 178 pounds-feet of torque that’s paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission. Front- and all-wheel drive are available. The Tucson Hybrid and PHEV employ a turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder that works with an electric motor and battery pack. Combined output in the hybrid is 226 hp and 258 pounds-feet of torque; for the plug-in, it’s an estimated 261 hp and 258 pounds-feet. Both hybrids use a six-speed automatic and are available exclusively with AWD.

With the gas engine, FWD Tucsons are EPA-rated at 25/32/28 mpg city/highway/combined; that drops to 23/29/25 with AWD. The base Blue hybrid gets 38/38/38 mpg, while the rest of the hybrids slip to 37/36/37 mpg. Though 2024 figures aren’t available yet, the 2023 PHEV is good for a claimed 33 miles on electricity alone and is rated at 35 mpg combined.

Surrounded by Safety

Class-above safety and comfort features have always been a part of Hyundai’s formula, and the 2024 Tucson continues to boast a comprehensive suite of safety gear as standard equipment. It includes forward collision warning with pedestrian detection and automatic emergency braking, active blind spot warning, rear cross-traffic alert with automatic emergency braking, and active lane-centering steering. With all three powertrains, the Tucson Limited adds adaptive cruise control, blind spot cameras that feed to a screen in the instrument cluster, a 360-degree camera system, and front and rear parking sensors.

Availability and Pricing

The full 2024 Hyundai Tucson lineup is on sale now. All-wheel drive is a $1,500 option on the gas-powered model and standard on the hybrids. Pricing (including $1,335 destination) is as follows:


  • SE: $28,585
  • SEL: $30,735
  • XRT: $35,410
  • Limited: $37,845


  • Blue: $33,660
  • SEL Convenience: $36,240
  • N Line: $37,740
  • Limited: $40,800

Plug-In Hybrid

  • SEL: $39,810
  • Limited: $46,535

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