When it comes to fuel efficiency, cargo space, and interior features, the 2019 Hyundai Tucson edges out the Kia Sportage, even at a lower price. Interested in learning more about the differences between these two vehicles? Learn more in this Hyundai Tucson vs. Kia Sportage comparison from Patrick Hyundai in Schaumburg!
Looking at their stats, the 2019 Hyudai Tucson for sale and the Kia Sportage appear to be nearly identical vehicles. But the details begin adding up when you consider their fuel efficiency and MSRP. The Tucson and Sportage start at $23,200 and $23,990, respectively, while the former achieves 26 mpg combined on the highway and in the city, and the latter also earns 26 mpg combined. For those commuting frequently from Arlington Heights, this mileage combined with the affordable MSRP of the Tucson add up to significant savings.
In the current model year, interior features make a big difference. Here again, the Tucson is superior to the Sportage. Namely, the Hyundai features standard mobile integration for iPhone and Android devices, while the Sportage only offers these features as an option. Paired with a more spacious cargo volume – 31.0 cubic feet for the Tucson and 30.7 cubic feet for the Sportage – it’s easy to see how Tucson makes it easier to keep connected with life outside its four doors.
While the print reads better for Tucson than it does Sportage, you’ll see clearly how the Tucson’s overall experience of lower ownership cost and more noticeably comfortable interior makes it a superior driver. Contact us, set up a test drive in Schaumburg, and find out for yourself. Our team of knowledgeable salespeople, friendly finance professionals, and experienced service technicians work together to put Chicagoland drivers in vehicles they love every day. We can do the same for you!