Hyundai has unveiled the 2022 Tucson XRT, which is a more rugged looking version of the Tucson. The Tucson XRT builds on the SEL model with the Convenience package and is available with front- or all-wheel drive.
On the outside the Tucson XRT looks the part with its unique front and rear fascias, side cladding, black mirrors and unique black 19-inch wheels. It also gets dark window surrounds, roof cross rails, a tow hitch and approach lighting. Inside it gets black cloth seats with a black headliner.
There aren’t any mechanical upgrades, so the XRT is just there to add make the Tucson look more rugged. The XRT is only available with the 2.5-liter four-cylinder, which means you can’t get it with the better hybrid powertrain.
Pricing starts at $32,625 for the front-wheel drive Tucson XRT, and the all-wheel drive version is priced at $34,125, including the $1,225 destination charge.