Mazda CX-50 vs Hyundai Tucson in Winnipeg, MB

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Choosing between the Mazda CX-50 and Hyundai Tucson is tough. Both are top contenders in compact SUVs. This article compares their interiors, exteriors, performance, tech, and safety.

Mazda CX-50 Feature Hyundai Tucson
$39,300 Starting Price (MSRP)* $43,999
Skyactiv-G 2.5-litre DOHC 16-valve four-cylinder engine Engine (litre) Smartstream 1.6-litre Turbocharged Hybrid engine
Four cylinders Cylinder Configuration Four cylinders
187 Horsepower 187
186 Torque 178
9.7 Fuel Economy (City) 6.3
7.9 Fuel Economy (Highway) 6.6
8.9 Fuel Economy Combined 6.4
4,70 Exterior Length mm 4,630
1,920 Exterior body width mm 1,865
1,058 Front legroom mm 1.052
1,012 Rear legroom mm 1,050
981 Front headroom mm 1,019
952 Rear headroom mm 1,002
1,419 Front shoulder room mm 1,464
1,361 Rear shoulder room mm 1,422

Interior and Exterior Styling Comparison

The Mazda CX-50 shows rugged elegance with a bold design: a long hood, short overhangs, and strong wheel arches. It blends sportiness with sophistication. Hyundai Tucson opts for a futuristic look: a distinct grille, sharp lines, and angular LED headlights.

Inside, the CX-50 offers a refined, driver-focused cabin. Quality materials and thoughtful design elements, like leather upholstery and heated seats, create luxury. Ample headroom, legroom, and shoulder room ensure comfort for all passengers.

The CX-50 boasts 981 mm of headroom in front and 952 mm in the rear; legroom measures 1,058 mm in front and 1,012 mm in the rear. Cargo space is generous, up to 1,595 litres, with rear seats down.

Tucson's interior is modern, with a minimalist design and a focus on technology. Similar comfort levels: front headroom 1,019 mm, rear headroom 1,002 mm, front legroom 1,052 mm, rear legroom 1,050 mm.

Cargo capacity is 2,119 litres with rear seats folded, slightly more than the CX-50. Stylish alloy wheels adorn both: the CX-50 offers 17-inch to 20-inch options, and Tucson 17-inch to 19-inch. Mazda's sleek lines contrast Hyundai's sharp, geometric patterns, catering to different tastes.

Performance Features Comparison

The Mazda CX-50 offers two engine options: a 2.5-litre with 187 horsepower and 186 lb-ft of torque and a turbocharged 2.5-litre with up to 227 horsepower and 310 lb-ft of torque. The Hyundai Tucson has a 2.5-litre engine with 187 horsepower and 178 lb-ft of torque.

It also offers hybrid and plug-in hybrid options, with the latter having a total output of 261 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque. Both cars come with automatic transmissions and all-wheel drive for better traction.

Technology Features Comparison

The Mazda CX-50 packs tech with a 10.30-inch display, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and an eight-speaker sound system. Easy controls and clear graphics amp up the user experience.

Meanwhile, the Hyundai Tucson offers a 4.20-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto. It adds a digital instrument cluster, wireless charging, and a six-speaker audio system. Its sleek interface ensures smooth connectivity.

Safety Features Comparison

Safety is a top priority for the Mazda CX-50 and Hyundai Tucson. The CX-50 has i-Activsense with adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and more. It also has front and rear parking sensors and a camera. 

The Hyundai Tucson features Hyundai SmartSense with forward collision-avoidance assist and blind-spot collision-avoidance assist. It has a parking camera and smart parking assist too.

Choose the Best in Winnipeg at Crown Mazda Today

Choosing between the Mazda CX-50 and Hyundai Tucson boils down to personal preference. Both excel, catering to diverse needs. Visit Crown Mazda to reserve your Mazda today. We'll help you find the perfect fit.

All pricing is based on Ontario MSRP and does not include taxes and fees. Dealer pricing may differ. Prices are subject to change anytime without notice.

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