2022 Hyundai Tucson vs 2021 Mazda CX5

SUVs Compared: 2022 Hyundai Tuscson vs 2021 Mazda CX5

In Canada, the compact crossover sector is the most prevalent passenger car segment. Canadians spend half of the year in a freezing environment, which is why these family-friendly SUVs providing comfort freedom have taken over the automotive market. Comparing the 2022 Hyundai Tucson and the 2021 Mazda CX5 side-to-side should make your cross-shopping experience a little easier and help with your decision. Check out our new inventory and new special for deals that don't disappoint.

When it comes to comfort, these two compact SUVs offer a suave and comfortable space to make daily driving or long and tedious road trips more enjoyable. The new Hyundai Tucson goes to great lengths with its emphasis on refined comfort. Everything has an amazingly premium layer of softness, from the finely grained dash top to the head restraints. The build quality is rock-solid, and the carpets are so thick that the passengers' feet can sink into them. And the Hyundai's specific newly designed steering wheel offers hand rests comfort that no other rivals provide. On the other hand, The CX-5 front and rear seats are well-cushioned and provide good support.

The 2021 Mazda CX-5 fits a good amount of safety features as standard but doesn't stand a chance with the heavy dose of the latest safety features equipped on the 2022 Hyundai Tucson safety system. So, for example, as you're standing outside, you can use Hyundai's Smart Park to slot your Tucson into a tight parking space using only your key fob. Contact us via email, phone, form or in-person. We will be there to help in the most convenient way for you.

The interior of the 2022 Tucson is a masterpiece with futuristic styling touches and fancy vibes. The fully digital touchscreen cluster, jewelled indicator stalks, and hidden air vents all add to the roomy feel of the cabin. With the new 2022 Tucson, you get more headroom and legroom throughout the three rows, and the same applies to the cargo space. The Mazda CX-5 interior sets itself apart with the cooled front seats feature.

The convenience features on both cars closely match, with the exception of the Remote Engine Start feature, the Tucson provides for its owner's optimal convenience. Other than that, the same thing can't be said when it comes to cost budgeting. The new 2022 Tucson cost ranges from $27,699 to $36,999 and 2021 Mazda CX-5 starts at $28,600 up to $43,550. This price gap remains all the way up to the fully loaded, top-of-the-line models. The Tucson N-Line with all-wheel drive costs around $36,999, compared to the CX-5 Signature Edition with all-wheel drive costs more than $40,000.

With three possible engine options, the 2022 Hyundai Tucson offers you possibilities that raise the bar of efficiency and performance. For the first time ever, you can choose your type of SUV: Gas, Hybrid and Plug-in hybrid. Paired with the available HTRAC All-Wheel Drive system, the 2022 Hyundai Tucson performance elevates to best handling, performance, and traction. With three specialized terrain settings, you can choose the traction level that best matches your driving circumstances. Choose from three different surfaces: snow, mud, or sand. Wherever the trail takes you, venture outside with confidence. The 2021 Mazda CX-5 sports sharp handling and a pleasing chassis balance, resulting in an overall composed ride.

Both SUVs have two powertrains with available All-Wheel Drive and Front-Wheel Drive. However, the Tucson offers an 8-speed automatic transmission engine and the CX-5 features a 6-speed automatic transmission engine.

Mazda CX-5 offers a three-year/ 80,000 km unlimited mileage warranty and a five-year/100,000-km powertrain warranty included with the CX-5. And the 2022 Hyundai Tucson Warranty comes with an enticing five-year/100,000-km comprehensive limited warranty and a five-year/100,000-km powertrain.