Choosing the right crossover SUV can be a challenge, but we are here to help. In this comparison we will highlight the differences between the 2016 Buick Encore and 2016 Hyundai Tucson. It is our goal to show you the engine specs and interior features available in each vehicle, and walk you through the versatility of the 2016 Buick Encore. When you have to choose between the luxury and comfort that the 2016 Encore has to offer, and the sleek design of the 2016 Tucson, you can trust us to help you out.
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|2016 Buick Encore||VS||2016 Hyundai Tucson|
|1.4-Liter I-4||Base Engine||2.0-Liter I-4|
|28/34 Mpg City/Hwy||Fuel Economy||23/31 Mpg City/Hwy|
When you compare the exterior styling of the Encore and the Tucson, the waterfall grille and almond-shaped headlights on the Buick certainly stand out. The more simplistic design of the Tucson gives a more contemporary vibe, but the natural luxury of the Encore really shines in the detailed features. Under the hood of the Tucson, you'll find a base 2.0-liter I-4 engine that achieves just over 30 miles per gallon on the highway. The smaller base engine that comes with the Encore, a 1.4-liter I-4, wins in fuel efficiency with an impressive 28 miles per gallon in the city and 34 miles per gallon on the highway. When it comes to saving you money, and looking great while doing it, the 2016 Buick Encore takes the gold.
Looking to the interior, both vehicles feature comfortable seating for up to five passengers. The Encore, however, has standard leatherette seating trim throughout the interior, offering a more luxurious experience than that of the cloth-trimmed Tucson interior. Both vehicles have standard Bluetooth compatibility and folding rear seats to accommodate cargo instead of passengers. The Buick's flat-folding rear seats makes for even easier loading, while standard heated side mirrors give the Buick driver an easier time while on the road.