Hyundai and all of the other brands have one thing in common; they each want to keep drivers safe while on the road. Because of this, manufacturers will issue a vehicle recall if they suspect that there is a common problem that may put drivers at risk. However, people sometimes miss, overlook or ignore their recall alerts. If you're unsure whether or not there's a current recall on your vehicle, use our quick and easy recall check form to find out, and make sure to have your VIN handy.
The model lineup offers updated safety features for 2019, including new driver alerts and high beam technology. The SEL model has been upgraded with the Tech package that includes standard lane assist, automatic cruise, and auto emergency braking. All EV and plug-in versions now come standard with remote charge management technology.
The mid-size SUV class, to which the Hyundai Tucson belongs, is one of the most popular and competitive classes of vehicles. Therefore, automakers must do a lot to make their cars stand out from the crowd. For this reason, the Tucson has some refreshing - and welcome - updates to keep up with, if not surpass, its classmates. This year, the durable Tucson comes with more standard safety features than before.