Hyundai Tucson vs Subaru Crosstrek

2016 Hyundai Tucson SE vs 2016 Subaru Crosstrek 2.0i

Quality & Value Analysis

Base Price MSRP for 2016 Hyundai Tucson SE is $22,700, Base Price MSRP for 2016 Subaru Crosstrek 2.0i is $21,595.  Hyundai Tucson has an ALG Residual Value of 55% after 36 months and 44% after 60 months.  Subaru Crosstrek has an ALG Residual Value of 64% after 36 months and 46% after 60 months.  Tucson and Crosstrek both have a Fuel Economy of 23 city/26 highway.  Subaru Crosstrek is backed by a 36 Month / 36,000 Mile Basic Warranty and a 60 Month / 60,000 Mile Powertrain Warranty.  Hyundai Tucson is backed by a 60 Month / 60,000 Mile Basic Warranty and a 120 Month / 100,000 Mile Powertrain Warranty.

Performance & Engineering

Hyundai Tucson and Subaru Crosstrek both have a 2.0-Liter engine.  Crosstrek has 148 Horsepower @ 6,200rpm, and 145 Torque @ 4,200rpm.  Tucson has 164 Horsepower @ 6,200rpm, and 151 Torque @ 4,000rpm.  Hyundai Tucson holds 16.4 gallons of fuel, Subaru Crosstrek holds 15.9 gallons of fuel.  Both vehicles have Front and Rear Disc Brakes, Hill Start Assist, and Variable Assisted Steering.  Subaru has a turning diameter of 34.8, Hyundai has a turning diameter of 34.9.

Safety & Security

Hyundai Tucson received 5 stars on NHTSA's Front Driver Crash Test, Front Passenger Crash Test, Front Side Crash Test, Rear Side Crash Test, Overall Rating, Overall Frontal Crash Safety Rating, and Overall Side Crash Safety Rating.  Tucson received 4 stars on NHTSA's Side Pole Crash Safety Rating and Rollover Safety Rating.  Subaru Crosstrek received 5 stars on NHTSA's Front Side Crash Test, Rear Side Crash Test, Overall Rating, Overall Side Crash Safety Rating, Overall Side Barrier Crash Safety Rating, and Side Pole Crash Safety Rating.  Crosstrek recieved 4 stars on NHTSA's Front Driver Crash Test, Front Passenger Crash Test, Overall Frontal Crash Safety Rating, and Rollover Safety Rating. 

Tucson and Crosstrek both have Driver and Front Passenger Dual Stage Multiple threshold front airbags, Front Side Airbags, and Side Curtain Airbags.  They also both have Vehicle Stability Control System, Traction Control, ABS Brakes, Front Passenger Airbag Cutoff Sensor, Brake Assist, and Tire Pressure Monitor.

Comfort & Convenience

Subaru Crosstrek and Hyundai Tucson have many interior features including Air Condition, Power Windows, Power Door Locks, Cruise Control, Steering Wheel Mounted Controls for Audio and Cruise Control, Map Lights, Rearview Camera, Tilt Telescopic Adjustable Steering Column, Cargo Area Light, Driver's Side Vanity Mirror, Front Power Outlet, Rear Window Defroster, and Mutli-function Remote.  Crosstrek also has Power Remote Trunk/Tailgate Release.  Tucson also has Delayed Power Retention.

Crosstrek and Tucson both have AM/FM Radio Seek, Scan, CD MP3 Player.  Crosstrek has Surround Sound and 4 speakers.  Tucson has Speed Sensitive Volume, 6 speakers, and SiriusXM Satellite Radio.  Seating features of both vehicles include Front Adjustable Seat Height, Front Bucket Seats, and Fold-down Rear Seat.  Storage features of Crosstrek and Tucson include Beverage Holders, Cargo Area Tie Downs, Console Storage, and Door Pocket Storage.  Exterior features of both vehicles include Keyless Entry, Vehicle Theft Deterrent System, Folding Power Side Mirrors, Tinted Glass, Automatic Headlights, 17 Alloy Wheels and All-Season Tires.