For the Hyundai Tucson, changes are on the way for the 2013 model year in the form of more standard equipment – and who wouldn’t love that? For a small CUV that already stacks up well against the competition, Hyundai plans to sweeten the deal with consumers by adding things that they actually want – namely, premium features that you wouldn’t expect to find in a non-luxury vehicle in sub-$30,000 territory.
The Tucson GLS (the volume trim that sits between the base GL and premium Limited trim) receives the majority of the upgrades for 2013, which include:
- Heated front seats (GLS)
- Fog lights (GLS)
- Automatic headlight control (GLS)
- Proximity key with push-button start (Limited)
These subtle, yet valuable upgrades help strengthen Hyundai’s commitment to the philosophy of “Modern Premium” – giving customers more of what they really want. No official on-sale date has been given for the 2013 Tucson, but we’ll give you a more in-depth look at it once it arrives here at Mungenast Hyundai.
Source – Hyundai