2022 Hyundai Tucson MPG

August 18th, 2022 by

2022 Hyundai Tucson driving on city street
Redesigned and ready for the Omaha, NE roads, the 2022 Hyundai Tucson has been a popular pick for its versatility and performance. Beyond the refreshed exterior design and interior layout, the MPG of the Tucson delivers money-saving efficiency for the Atlantic roads. The 2022 Hyundai Tucson MPG reaches up to 26 MPG City/33 MPG Highway* on its 2.5L engine and 38 MPG City/38 MPG Highway* on its 1.6L Hybrid engine. And with multiple engine options and trims available, you can easily customize your performance for any driving want and need. Research your options below, and schedule your test drive with Edwards Hyundai!

 

 

2022 Hyundai Tucson Engine Options

What can you expect from the MPG of each Tucson? The latest models are available in a staggering six configurations, which include three different hybrid options. The 2.5L GDI/MPI 4-cylinder engine is found on the Tucson SE, SEL, and Limited. This engine offers a Hyundai Tucson MPG 26 MPG City/33 MPG Highway* with 187 hp and 178 lb-ft of torque for well-balanced power in Missouri Valley.

What if you want to maximize the MPG of your Tucson? The 1.6L Turbocharged GDI Hybrid engine is found on the Tucson Hybrid Blue, Hybrid SEL Convenience, and Hybrid Limited. This engine offers 38 MPG City/38 MPG Highway* and produces 180hp and 195 lb-ft of torque.

2022 Hyundai Tucson MPG by Trim Level

The Hyundai Tucson gas mileage varies not just by your choice of engine, but also by your choice of trim level. This means you can fine-tune your performance, depending on whether you prefer more affordability or luxury on your commute. And while gas-powered models have front-wheel drive standard with optional all-wheel drive, all Hyundai Tucson Hybrid models come with the HTRAC® AWD system standard. Explore the Hyundai Tucson gas mileage ratings below:

    • Hyundai Tucson SE = 26 City/33 Highway/29 Combined MPG*
    • Hyundai Tucson SE w/ AWD = 24 City/29 Highway/26 Combined MPG*

 

    • Hyundai Tucson SEL = 26 City/33 Highway/29 Combined MPG*
    • Hyundai Tucson Value w/ AWD = 24 City/29 Highway/26 Combined MPG*

 

    • Hyundai Tucson Limited = 26 City/33 Highway/29 Combined MPG*
    • Hyundai Tucson Limited w/ AWD = 24 City/29 Highway/26 Combined MPG*

 

    • Hyundai Tucson Hybrid Blue w/ HTRAC® = 38 City/38 Highway/38 Combined MPG*

 

    • Hybrid SEL Convenience w/ HTRAC® = 37 City/36 Highway/37 Combined MPG*

 

  • Hyundai Hybrid Limited w/ HTRAC® = 37 City/36 Highway/37 Combined MPG*

Test Drive the 2022 Hyundai Tucson at Edwards Hyundai

We’ve gone through the Hyundai Tucson’s gas mileage and specs, but how does it feel behind the wheel? Get up close with our Tucson inventory at Edwards Hyundai and take your test drive in Council Bluffs today! Get to know the 2022 Hyundai Tucson interior and contact us with any questions.

 

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*2022 EPA-Estimated Fuel Economy.