Compare Hyundai Tucson to the Honda CR-V

The Hyundai Tucson vs. The Honda CR-V: Finding the Right SUV for Drivers Near Findlay


Lots of drivers in our area, from Fostoria to Bluffton, OH, end up choosing a model from the crossover SUV class, and each unique car shopper has their own reasons for doing so. Some of the most adaptable vehicles on the road, crossovers mix room and capability while packing in features for safety, comfort, and convenience so that drivers are more prepared for any problems they encounter, but which is the best at helping you?

If just starting your search for a new crossover or are trying to choose the right one, use our comparison of two popular models, the Hyundai Tucson and the Honda CR-V, below to find which of the two better fits the type of vehicle you have in mind. Have any questions? Feel free to give us a call, and we can help you!

2018 Hyundai Tucson vs. 2018 Honda CR-V

  • $22,550 --Starting Price-- $24,250
  • 492 miles --Cruising Range on One Tank-- 462 miles
  • 181 horsepower --Max Horsepower-- 190 horsepower
  • 195 pound-feet --Max Torque-- 180 pound-feet
  • 2018 Top Safety Pick --IIHS Safety Rating-- 2018 Top Safety Pick
  • 5-Stars --NHTSA Crash Test Rating-- 5-Stars
  • Six --Trim Levels-- Four
  • 41.5 inches --Front Legroom-- 41.3 inches
  • 39.2 inches --Rear Headroom-- 39.2 inches
  • 54.5 inches --Rear Hip Room-- 49.5 inches
  • 34.9 feet --Turning Diameter-- 37.4 feet
  • 10 years/100,000 miles --Powertrain Warranty-- 5 years/60,000 miles


With a lower MSRP and less of jump in price from trim level to trim level, the value advantage of the Hyundai Tucson over the Honda CR-V is quite easy to see, but that value continues long after you've bought it. Powertrain and basic warranties ensure that damage that isn't your fault doesn't cost you, and these warranties with the Hyundai Tucson cover drivers for more miles and years than the similar warranties that come with the new Honda CR-V.



While the Honda CR-V does hold an advantage in horsepower, it is slight and not able to make up for the other areas where the Hyundai Tucson outperforms the CR-V, like how much torque it packs. Design specs, like a lighter build and tighter turning ability, make the power of the Tucson's engine more easily enjoyed while the dual-clutch automatic transmission delivers smoother acceleration and deceleration than the continuously variable transmission of the Honda CR-V can provide. Don't let the horsepower numbers fool you; the Hyundai Tucson is a better drive than the CR-V.


While sharing many similar features, the availability of these features sets the Hyundai Tucson ahead of the Honda CR-V regarding convenience and, again, value. For example, the Tucson comes standard with heated exterior mirrors, solar control glass, and cloth seats with stain-resistant technology, which North Baltimore car shoppers won't find in the base Honda CR-V, while features like roof rails that only come on the priciest CR-V trim come on every trim but the base model of the Tucson. Plus, the Hyundai Tucson offers features like heated rear seats, ventilated front seats, and headlights with a dynamic bending light system that are not available in the Honda CR-V no matter how much money you put down.

The Benefits of Buying a new Hyundai Tucson Are Even Easier to See With a Trip to Our Findlay Dealership!

Making sure our customers end up with a vehicle they'll enjoy for years is just part of the exceptional customer service we strive to deliver to everyone that walks into our dealership, so if you're interested in the Hyundai Tucson, give us a visit today to learn more about it and the other ways we can help car shoppers and owners!

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