See How the Hyundai Tucson Compares to the Competition in Conroe, TX!

We want customers in Texas to enjoy total satisfaction and confidence with their next SUV, knowing you chose the absolute best buy for your dollar. The new Hyundai Tucson represents one of many high-quality Hyundai crossovers, with a safe and family-friendly drive, along with a smooth driveability and an affordable starting price for many budgets. In the interest of fairness, let us tell you more about the new Tucson by comparing it to a couple similar crossovers from competing brands: the Nissan Rogue and the Kia Sportage. Once you render a decision on the Hyundai Tucson, come test drive this new crossover here at Wiesner Hyundai in Conroe, TX. Customers will find us located less than a 45-minute drive outside Houston!

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Hyunai Tucson vs Nissan Rogue

  • Price: The Tucson begins at a more comfortable starting point in price, with an MSRP almost $2,000 less than its top completion from Nissan, the Rogue.
  • Convenience: In order to keep interior noise more pleasant, the Hyundai Tucson comes standard with speed-sensitive volume control, helping to maintain a calming radio noise in the cities and on the highway outside Spring. You will not find this feature on the Nissan Rogue.
  • Warranty: The Tucson comes backed by some generous warranty coverage from Hyundai USA, including a 60-month/60,000-mile (whichever occurs first) Basic Warranty and a 120-month/100,000-mile Powertrain Limited Warranty. The basic warranty from Nissan covers the Rogue for a 36-month/36,000-mile period with powertrain coverage lasting for 60 months or 60,000 miles.
  • Interior Space: If you seek something roomy and comfortable for the kids to enjoy, you just might enjoy the Tucson which provides more second-row hip room and leg room than the Nissan Rogue, despite the higher passenger volume of the latter crossover.
  • Capability: Despite the higher horsepower of the Nissan Rogue and its engine, this crossover falls short in capability, with a carrying payload of only 900 lbs. and a maximum towing capacity of 1,102 lbs. By contrast, the Tucson can tow up to 1,500 lbs. with a carrying payload of 1,146 lbs.

Hyundai Tucson vs Kia Sportage

  • Interior Space: The Hyundai Tucson provides a more flexible interior capacity for passengers, with a passenger volume of 102 cubic feet over the 99 cubic feet of passenger volume provided through the Sportage. This leads to more head and leg room for all five passengers to enjoy on the drive to Huntsville.
  • Conveniences: Looking for some extra features available for your daily drive? The Hyundai Tucson presents many attractive options with standard speed-sensitive value control and remote fuel-door release as well as available features like a roof rack. You might not find many of these features on base trim levels of the Kia Sportage.
  • Warranty: Should you run into trouble driving on adverse road conditions in The Woodlands, Hyundai provides corrosion perforation protection to the body of the vehicle for 84 months and unlimited miles. The corrosion perforation protection from Kia protects the Sportage for 60 months or 100,000 miles, whichever occurs first, making the warranty from Kia more comprehensive over time.
  • Ratings: The Hyundai Tucson earned the most prestigious Top Safety Pick+ accolade by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, both for its crash prevention and damage mitigation features. Meanwhile, the Kia Sportage stands as one of very few Kia models to miss out on Top Safety Pick status by IIHS for its lower ratings in Headlight strength.

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