2022 Hyundai Tucson drive review: Sportier flagship SUV, now armed with ADAS (2022)

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Did you know that Hyundai Tucson was the global best-seller for the company in 2021? Or that Hyundai has thus far sold over seventy lakh units of Tucson since the SUV was first introduced to the world back in 2004? Showcased as a smaller alternative to Santa Fe, it has managed to upstage its elder sibling and continues to rule several key markets across the globe. But while India is a key and very crucial market where Hyundai SUVs have become a common sight, Tucson hasn't managed to impress anywhere close to as much as Creta and Venue still do. The premium SUV segment - with models between 20 lakh and 30 lakh - as a whole, isn't enormous in terms of volumes. But there is potential still and the fourth-generation Hyundai Tucson is raring to fire up the field of play.

Hyundai has taken plenty of time to bring in the newest Tucson to Indian shores. First revealed on September 14 of 2020, the Indian entry has come exactly 695 days after with the official launch this past Wednesday. The 2022 Tucson in India is offered across two variants - Platinum and Signature - and both are available with petrol as well as diesel engine choices.

But while what's under the hood may be what's the crux of any vehicle, the latest Tucson is a leap forward in terms of exterior styling, cabin layout and comfort, as well as marks the debut of ADAS or Advanced Driver Assistance Systems in a Hyundai India car model.

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The stakes may not be as high as they are in the compact and sub-compact SUV space but with the 2022 Tucson, Hyundai is out to prove a point. What's that point?

Here's a comprehensive drive review of the 2022 Hyundai Tucson:

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Hyundai Tucson exterior: The angel-winged SUV

The 2022 Tucson isn't a facelift because that would have been a tuck here and a nip there. No. Instead, the latest model is a result of some extremely precise modifications and updates to ensure that the fourth-generation model stands far apart from all its preceding models.

Tucson vs Tucson - dimensions (mm)4th gen Tucson3rd gen Tucson
Length4,6304,480
Width1,8651,850
Height1,6651,660
Wheelbase2,7552,670

The face itself may show how much clout designers have within the Hyundai ecosystem. The parametric grille with the integrated angel-winged LED DRL lighting pattern is the starry highlight of the entire design philosophy. The LED headlight units sit lower down on either side while the front skid plates also add plenty of character.

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From the side, the Hyundai Tucson gets updated 18-inch diamond-cut alloy wheel design under moderately large arches. The door handles are in body colour while there are roof rails, shark-fin antenna and a grey chrome addition on top of the window line.

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Over at the rear, the newest Tucson continues to create its own unique identity courtesy the claw-like LED light signature and the LED connector bar across the boot. The bumper on the lower portion has a sporty pattern to it while the rear wiper is smartly concealed under the protruding spoiler.

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Hyundai Tucson cabin: Priming up the premium quotient

The Tucson may be one of the sportiest looking SUVs in the market but its cabin too has been upgraded and updated to help it take on its rivals. Thanks to a longer wheelbase, there is significant leg space and knee room. The front left seat can also be pushed forward or back by passengers at the back using the easily by accessible side switch. Headroom and shoulder room are also more than adequate while the massive panoramic sunroof and large side windows lend the cabin an airy feel. Under-thigh support at the back, however, could have been better.

Rear-seat passengers also get two USB charging points and rear AC vents on the back of the center console, back incline functionality and a central armrest with cupholders.

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But the Tucson isn't really meant to be a chauffer-driven vehicle and so, there's much that its owner is likely to like at the front as well.

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A stretched out front dashboard with plenty of soft-touch materials stands testament to the premium claim of this flagship Hyundai Motor India SUV. While the feature list obviously includes highlights like ambient lighting, Bose sound system, wireless phone charging, support for voice command, ambient sounds and smartwatch connectivity, the unique bits include front ventilated as well as heated seats, 10-way power adjustable driver seat with two memory function settings and eight-way power adjustable front passenger seat.

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Hyundai always does a superb job with the display units and the Tucson benefits enormously from it. There is a 10.25-inch main infotainment screen integrated into the dashboard and another 10.25-inch driver analogue-style all-digital driver display. Both screens are quite vivid and while the infotainment unit is typically responsive to touch, the driver display has some neat graphics going for it. The big issue though is that the entire center console - from the infotainment screen to the central armrest - attracts quite a bit of dust and fingerprints wherever there's the piano black finish. We also noticed that the fitting of the center console in our test unit was extremely flimsy and one solid pull could have yanked it all out. Just to be sure, we checked other units and found it was a one-off.

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Overall, the Tucson cabin benefits massively from pleasing hues, comfortable seats, a typically-impressive feature list and a ride height that does justice to its SUV credentials.

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Hyundai Tucson: Driving on its own path

The Tucson continues to be available with both petrol as well as diesel engine options and there still is no manual gearbox as an option. The 2.0-litre petrol motor - the same that powers Alcazar - is mated to a six-speed automatic gearbox while the 2.0-litre diesel motor in our test unit is paired to an eight-speed gearbox.

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What's also great is that while Tucson may still be positioned as a city-bred SUV, it gets an all-wheel drive system with multi-terrain modes that include Snow, Mud and Sand. The controls for these are easily accessible from the center console.

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On the move, the Tucson's diesel motor does have a fair bit of grunt on the outside at start. The initial pick up is slightly sluggish but the Tucson quickly settles into a perfect rhythm as it goes past the 50 kmph mark. Throttle inputs are responded to really well by the gearbox that is slick and the upper numbers slot into place effortlessly to provide the SUV the thrust and power it needs. Switch to the Sport mode and all of this becomes even better, but at the potential expense of mileage.

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The steering and suspension set up are balanced well to allow Tucson to tackle a wide variety of terrain and drive challenges but control on body roll is something that still lacks a fair bit. The rear passengers are more than likely to be thrown around if the driver decides to play with the Tucson and have it going at near full potential. Personally, I would have also liked for the brakes to have more bite - and this is coming from someone who has always had a Hyundai in his personal garage.

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There is no denying though that Tucson emerges as a confident diesel drive option and plays a good balancing game between offering a relatively plush ride while also being relatively capable on tricky terrain.

Hyundai Tucson: ADAS at play

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The biggest highlight - wheels down - of the new Tucson is the addition of Level 2 ADAS features. Now while ADAS is already being offered by brands like Mahindra and MG Motor India, and therefore isn't something radically new, it still does lend credible bragging rights to the Tucson in its own segment.

Called SmartSense on the model, Tucson gets as many as 19 ADAS functions. We extensively tested a handful of these. The Forward Collision Warning System, for instance, is extremely precise with its audio-visual (on driver display) warnings and detects cars, bikes, trucks and claims to even detect pedestrians. In case of absolute emergencies, it may also auto slam the brakes to prevent a hit but this last bit, we didn't take a chance with.

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Then there is the Adaptive Cruise Control that works beautifully too. Set it to follow the vehicle ahead and it auto accelerates to a speed decided by you and if and when there is space. If the car is slowing down, Tucson slows too to ensure a safe gap. If the vehicle ahead stops, the Hyundai will come to a gradual stop as well. And if the moving vehicle departs from its lane, an LVDA or Leading Vehicle Departure alert is issued.

The other features like Lane Keep Assist, Lane Departure Warning, Blind Spot Detection (live feed on driver screen), Blind Spot Collision Avoidance Assist are on point as well. What I particularly liked is if you take off your hands when LKA is active, there is an audio-visual warning reminding you to not do so. After a minute or so, the LKA deactivates in its effort to force you to take control. But when it is deactivating, there's only a visual message on driver display and there needs to be an audio signal too.

Then there are other highlights like Safe Exit Warning, High-Beam Assist, Driver Attention Warning, among others.

Note - Tucson has a front camera, front radar and rear radar that enables ADAS functionalities. These are only assistive functions and need to be made use of as such. Driver is strongly advised to keep hands on wheel, eyes on road at all times.

Hyundai Tucson: Final verdict

The 2022 Hyundai Tucson is a mammoth show of intent from the Koreans and the fact that it enjoys a place on a pedestal for the brand globally shines through amply. Hyundai expects to sell around 5,000 units of the model that comes in via the CKD route.

TrimPrice (ex-showroom)
Platinum AT Petrol 27,69,700
Singature AT Petrol 30,17,000
Platinum AT Diesel 30,19,700
Singature AT Diesel 32,87,000
Singature AT 4WD 34,39,400

Prices for the new Tucson start at 27.69 lakh (ex-showroom) and goes up to 34.39 lakh (ex-showroom). And while the upper variants sure are significantly pricey, the lower variants are very well kitted and ought to be strongly considered by anyone not quite enamored by ADAS.

Rating

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4.5 out of 5

Price

2769700

Product Name

Tucson

Brand Name

Hyundai

Pros

  • Stylish looks
  • Features
  • ADAS
  • Spacious cabin

Cons

  • Upper variants are expensive
  • Body roll at tight corners
  • Braking needs more bite
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Overall, the fourth-generation Tucson is entering the territory that's traditionally been dominated by three-row SUVs and is looking to prove that style, features and performance can be the troika that scripts success.

First Published Date: 12 Aug 2022, 09:58 AM IST

FAQs

How reliable is the 2022 Hyundai Tucson? ›

The 2022 Hyundai Tucson has a predicted reliability score of 88 out of 100. A J.D. Power predicted reliability score of 91-100 is considered the Best, 81-90 is Great, 70-80 is Average, and 0-69 is Fair and considered below average.

Did the Hyundai Tucson pass the crash test? ›

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Is Hyundai Tucson good for long drive? ›

Hyundai Tucson 2018 - Best car for long distance drives

" When you've got a long way to go and you know you're going to be sat at the wheel for hours, you want your car to be as relaxing as it can possibly be. And this year's winner of our Best Car for Long Distances award, the HyundaiTucson, does just that ".

How reliable is the Hyundai Tucson? ›

The Tucson scored a high reliability rating of 97.8% in our latest survey, ranking it third out of 28 cars in the family SUVs class. Hyundai as a brand also did very well, coming in third out of 30 manufacturers.

How long will a Hyundai Tucson last? ›

So, how long will a Hyundai Tucson last? Owner reviews and feedback on Vehicle History indicate the average life expectancy of a modern Tucson to be around 200,000 miles or 13 to 15 years, driving approximately 12,000 miles annually. Of course, surpassing the 200,000-mile mark is not uncommon either.

Is the 2022 Hyundai Tucson quiet? ›

The new Tucson will benefit from its bigger cabin, the exceptionally quiet ride and a significant array of safety features. It could make inroads against the leading players, which are the RAV4, CR-V, Rogue, Chevrolet Equinox and Subaru Forester. The outgoing Tucson ranks ninth among compact SUVs in sales.

Does Hyundai Tucson have blind spot monitoring? ›

However, the all-new TUCSON's new Blind-spot View Monitor (BVM) goes a step further and provides actual footage from both sides of the vehicle.

Does Hyundai Tucson have auto braking? ›

The Tucson has standard Automatic Emergency Braking, which use forward mounted sensors to warn the driver of a possible collision ahead.

What is the NCAP rating of Hyundai Tucson? ›

New Gen Hyundai Tucson scored a 5 star safety rating back in Nov 2021, when it was crash tested by Euro NCAP. New Gen Hyundai Tucson scored a 5 star safety rating back in Nov 2021, when it was crash tested by Euro NCAP.

Which is better the Hyundai Tucson or Santa Fe? ›

The Hyundai Santa Fe lineup offers greater horsepower capability, while the Hyundai Tucson models offer a better-estimated highway fuel economy. The Hyundai Santa Fe has more passenger area, but the Hyundai Tucson has more cargo room than the Hyundai Santa Fe.

Do Hyundai hold their value? ›

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RankBrand5 Year Resale Value
9Hyundai71.56%
10Dodge70.97%
11GMC70.38%
12Nissan69.95%
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What are common problems with Hyundai? ›

The Most Common Problems With Hyundai Vehicles
  • Engine Problems. The engine is the heart of the vehicle and when it isn't functioning properly, it can be frustrating and in many cases, worrying. ...
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  • Self-Healing Paint Problems.
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Is insurance high on a Hyundai Tucson? ›

The cost of a full-coverage insurance policy for a Hyundai Tucson is $1,717 per year, on average, for a 30-year-old driver, making it the cheapest Hyundai to insure. The Tucson is also the cheapest model to insure for 18-year-old drivers, who can expect to pay $5,255 per year for full-coverage insurance.

Why does my Hyundai Tucson shake? ›

Any unusual shaking or vibrating forces coming from the engine is cause for concern. It could be something as simple as old spark plugs producing an uneven power delivery, it could be something serious like worn or broken engine mounts, or it could be even more serious in the case of internal engine damage.

Why is my Hyundai Tucson jerking? ›

An indication that a vehicle is not receiving the right mixture of air and fuel is if the vehicle jerks or surges forward at high speed. Several components of the fuel or air intake system could cause this jerking or surging sensation to happen. Issues within these systems can also cause fuel economy to worsen.

Does Hyundai Tucson have transmission problems? ›

According to Car Complaints, a site dedicated to car owner feedback, the worst problem for the Hyundai Tucson is transmission-related, this mostly affected the 2016 and 2017 model years. They've deemed it the worst problem due to the low average mileage at which the problem occurred and the large number of complaints.

Where does Hyundai rank in reliability? ›

Hyundai scored a 95.7% on the 2019 WhatCar reliability survey and is again ranked as a top 10 most-reliable global automaker.

Is the Hyundai Tucson a quiet ride? ›

Hyundai's redesigned Tucson leapfrogged the model it replaced, with a smoother ride, sharper handling, and a quieter cabin. This boldly-styled compact SUV now outshines several segment mainstays, including the Nissan Rogue and Toyota RAV4.

Is Hyundai Tucson comfortable? ›

The Hyundai Tucson delivers a lot of value for the money, providing a comfortable ride and helpful technology features. We also like its upscale-feeling cabin and roomy cargo space. Unfortunately it's dogged by a sluggish engine that has trouble keeping pace when the traffic speeds up.

Is the 2022 Tucson bigger? ›

The 2022 Tucson is bigger and better than ever before. Hyundai's designers extended the new Tucson's width, length, and height and added more than six inches of length to the redesigned SUV's body.

Does the 2022 Hyundai Tucson have remote start? ›

2022 Hyundai Tucson Connectivity Features

Further, the 2022 Tucson comes with a Hyundai Digital Key. Thus, you can unlock doors and start your engine with your smartphone. The Blue Link® Connected Car Service lets you remotely start your 2022 Hyundai Tucson, lock and unlock the doors, turn on the climate control, etc.

Does 2022 Tucson have blind spot detection? ›

Blind-Spot Collision Avoidance Assist (BCA)

This is an important feature that comes with the 2022 Hyundai Tucson. It gives you an audible and visual warning when it detects any vehicle in your blind spot when the turning signal is on. It even automatically applies brakes if you don't take an action.

Where is 2022 Hyundai Tucson built? ›

The fourth generation of the Hyundai Tucson, manufactured from 2022 onwards, is assembled in Montgomery, Alabama. Furthermore, the Smartstream engines it uses are manufactured at the same plant in Alabama.

Does automatic braking really work? ›

In 2019, another IIHS study concluded a 50% reduction in front-to-rear collisions for vehicles with automatic emergency braking. It also identified a 56% decrease in injuries for these types of collisions.

Does 2022 Tucson have 360 camera? ›

A variety of advanced safety aids are included with the 2022 Hyundai Tucson, which gets lane-center assist, forward collision warning, lane-keep assist, pedestrian detection, and automatic emergency braking. A 360-degree camera is available as an add-on safety aid.

Does Hyundai Tucson have collision avoidance? ›

Rear-Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA)

The all-new TUCSON warns the driver if a collision risk is detected from the left or right side of the vehicle while reversing. If the risk increases even after the warning, RCCA helps to stop the vehicle.

Is Euro NCAP better than Global NCAP? ›

Both Euro NCAP and Global NCAP tests are thorough tests of the safety capabilities of new cars. However, Euro NCAP tests include full frontal, front offset, side impact and side pole tests, whereas the Global NCAP ratings are based only on front offset crash tests.

Is Latin NCAP good? ›

Latin NCAP tests are based in international renown methodologies, with vehicles awarded with a safety rating between 0 and 5 stars, indicating the protection the cars offer to adult and child occupants.

Is Hyundai Santa Fe a safe car? ›

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the 2022 Hyundai Santa Fe an overall safety rating of five out of five stars, with five stars in the frontal and side crash tests and four stars in the rollover test.

Which is bigger the Santa Fe or the Tucson? ›

While both the Tucson and the Santa Fe are compact SUVs, one is a little bigger than the other. The Santa Fe's 108.9-inch wheelbase just beats out the Tucson's 105.5-inch wheelbase, and it's about 10 inches longer overall, as well as a little bit wider than the newer Tucson.

How much bigger is a Santa Fe than a Tucson? ›

The difference in size is most dramatic in the length. The Santa Fe Sport is a full nine inches longer than the Tucson, coming in at 185 inches, compared to the Tucson's 176 inches. Height and width are comparable, with the Santa Fe Sport measuring an inch bigger for both.

Is Tucson or Kona bigger? ›

TucsonDimensions. The small crossover Tucson SUV is slightly larger than the Kona subcompact SUV, but they both can accommodate up to five passengers. You'll find more cargo space behind the rear seat of the Tucson ― 31 cubic feet ― versus the 19.2 cubic feet available in the Kona.

Which SUV loses its value fastest? ›

Midsize SUVs
Top 5 Lowest- and Highest-Depreciating Midsize SUVs – iSeeCars Study
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RankVehicleAverage 5-Year Depreciation
1Jeep Wrangler Unlimited52.8%
2Toyota 4Runner52.6%
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What car brand depreciates the most? ›

1. Chrysler (-96.8%) If you buy a new Chrysler, in 25 years, its value will drop to 3.2%, making it the most depreciating car brand on our list.

Do Hyundais depreciate quickly? ›

While a Hyundai holds a decent amount of value over time, certain models can depreciate by up to 65% after three years of ownership. Mileage: Your car's mileage has an immediate impact on its condition, and if you've racked up 100,000 miles or more, you might run into trouble in the resale process.

Which Hyundai models have engine problems? ›

Affected vehicles include certain model year 2011-14 Sonatas, 2013-14 Santa Fe Sports, 2012 Santa Fes, 2015-2016 Velosters, 2011-2013 and 2016-2017 Sonata Hybrids and 2017 Tucsons.

Are hyundais built to last? ›

Hyundai is one of the vehicle brands known to have long-lasting vehicles, says The Drive. It joins Honda, Toyota, Lexus, Ford, and Acura as brands that have reliable vehicles that last a long time.

Why are Hyundai sales down? ›

Hyundai India February 2022 sales down by 13.98 % due to chip shortage. Hyundai Motor India on Tuesday reported a 13.98 per cent decline in total sales at 53,159 units in February 2022. The company had sold 61,800 units in the same month last year, Hyundai Motor India Ltd said in a statement.

Where does Hyundai rank in reliability? ›

Hyundai scored a 95.7% on the 2019 WhatCar reliability survey and is again ranked as a top 10 most-reliable global automaker.

What kind of transmission does the 2022 Hyundai Tucson have? ›

Starting in 2022, Hyundai Tucson upgraded its transmission to an 8-speed automatic transmission paired with a new single engine option for all trims except for Hyundai Tucson Hybrid Blue. The 2.5-liter inline-4 gasoline engine can generate 187 hp at 6,100 rpm and 178 lb-ft of torque at 4,000 rpm.

Is Hyundai Tucson comfortable? ›

The Hyundai Tucson delivers a lot of value for the money, providing a comfortable ride and helpful technology features. We also like its upscale-feeling cabin and roomy cargo space. Unfortunately it's dogged by a sluggish engine that has trouble keeping pace when the traffic speeds up.

Are Hyundai Santa Fe's reliable? ›

Consumer Reports gave 2017-2019 Hyundai Santa Fe models high-reliability scores of five out of five. The 2020 Hyundai Santa Fe received a three out of five reliability rating while CR awarded the 2021 model a four out of five dependability rating.

Is Hyundai as reliable as Toyota? ›

While they're both pretty good and take a huge lead over other contemporary brands, Toyota slightly nudges Hyundai for top-most reliability. Across most consumer surveys and long-term reviews, Toyota has slightly fewer problems per vehicle compared to Hyundai.

Are Hyundai's as reliable as Hondas? ›

Hyundai vehicles are more dependable than Honda cars, with all of its vehicles earning at least 3.5 out of 5 in the U.S. News reliability ratings. In contrast, only 3 Honda vehicles have received 3.0 out of 5 in the ratings. Hyundai offers more warranty than Honda, partly to woo more customers.

Which is higher end Kia or Hyundai? ›

Both brands stand behind their products and offer quality that's matched by few in the business. For 2021, Kia ranked third in the J.D. Power U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study*, ahead of brands like Toyota, Chevrolet, and even Mercedes-Benz. Kia even finished ahead of both Hyundai and their Genesis luxury subsidiary.

Which is better the Hyundai Tucson or Santa Fe? ›

The Hyundai Santa Fe lineup offers greater horsepower capability, while the Hyundai Tucson models offer a better-estimated highway fuel economy. The Hyundai Santa Fe has more passenger area, but the Hyundai Tucson has more cargo room than the Hyundai Santa Fe.

Is CVT better than automatic transmission? ›

Advantages of CVT

Depending on the vehicle and the driver, a CVT can provide a smoother driving experience when comparing it to a traditional automatic. According to Carfax, one of the most significant advantages to having a CVT is that they are often more fuel-efficient than a regular automatic.

Is Hyundai Tucson underpowered? ›

Though it handles well and offers a quiet, smooth-riding driving experience, Tucson is not particularly exciting and its base engine underpowered.

Where is the Hyundai Tucson made? ›

But surprisingly, every new Hyundai Tucson officially rolls off the assembly line at the Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama Plant in Montgomery, Alabama.

Is Hyundai Tucson fuel efficient? ›

Not only is the new Hyundai Tucson stylish and powerful, but it also remains incredibly efficient. In fact, the 2022 Hyundai Tucson MPG is 26 MPG City/33 MPG Highway* on its 2.5L engine Learn more about the Tucson fuel efficiency and Tucson trim levels with the experts at Suntrup Hyundai South below!

Does Hyundai Tucson have remote start? ›

The 2021 Hyundai Tucson doesn't offer the traditional push-button remote start via key fob like many other vehicles on the market. Instead, remote start is offered through the Blue Link® Connected Car System, which is complimentary for your first three years.

How long does Hyundai engine last? ›

Hyundai engines typically last up to 300,000 miles on average. If you drive an average 15,000 miles yearly, that equates to up to 20 years of engine life! One Hyundai owner reported that their engine went over 400,000 miles before needing serious repairs.

Does 2022 Hyundai Santa Fe have transmission problems? ›

That's because of the 2022 Hyundai Santa Fe's reliability could be better. It suffers from ongoing transmission problems, which get just a 3/5 for the 2021 model. In addition to having transmission problems, Santa Fe owners have reported having to replace the transmission computer.

Where is Hyundai made? ›

Hyundai operates the world's largest integrated automobile manufacturing facility in Ulsan, South Korea which has an annual production capacity of 1.6 million units. The company employs about 75,000 people worldwide.

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