Photo of 2018 Tucson courtesy of Hyundai.
Two years after undergoing a full redesign for 2016, the 2018 Hyundai Tucson adds new features such as updated trim levels and infotainment options, the automaker announced.
Hyundai will drop the Tucson Eco trim that offered 32 mpg in highway driving in front-wheel-drive mode. Hyundai has also dropped the Night trim.
The 2018 Tucson adds a new 7-inch touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay that slots in between the 5-inch and 8-inch screens. The 7-inch screen has been paired with the SEL trim, which was formerly known as the SE Popular Equipment package. The SE Plus trim has been renamed as SEL Plus.