2018 Hyundai Tucson Go Review – Road Test

Bargain-priced it may be, but the Tucson Go misses out on some features to make it a bona-fide hit

Hyundai has recently facelifted and upgraded its Tucson for 2018, and the package remains one of the better entrants in the medium SUV segment. But it misses out on standard autonomous emergency braking and blind spot monitoring, both features included in the price of the Mazda CX-5 Maxx for just $40 more. Hyundai is juggling the price of the Tucson with drive-away offers, but on paper at least the Tucson is fighting an uphill battle.

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