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2016 Hyundai Tucson vs 2016 Mazda CX-5

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FWD 4-Door SE

Style MPG City MPG Hwy Invoice MSRP
FWD 4-Door SE 23 31 $21,866 $22,700
FWD 4-Door w/Beige Int SE 23 31 $21,866 $22,700
AWD 4-Door SE 21 26 $23,189 $24,100
AWD 4-Door w/Beige Int SE 21 26 $23,189 $24,100
FWD 4-Door Eco 26 33 $23,115 $24,150
FWD 4-Door w/Beige Int Eco 26 33 $23,115 $24,150
AWD 4-Door Eco 25 31 $24,431 $25,550
AWD 4-Door w/Beige Int Eco 25 31 $24,431 $25,550
FWD 4-Door Sport 25 30 $24,995 $26,150
FWD 4-Door w/Beige Int Sport 25 30 $24,995 $26,150
AWD 4-Door Sport 24 28 $26,311 $27,550
AWD 4-Door w/Beige Int Sport 24 28 $26,311 $27,550
FWD 4-Door Limited 25 30 $28,371 $29,900
AWD 4-Door Limited 24 28 $29,680 $31,300

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FWD 4-Door Manual Sport

Style MPG City MPG Hwy Invoice MSRP
2016.5 FWD 4-Door Manual Sport 26 35 $21,183 $21,795
FWD 4-Door Manual Sport 26 35 $21,183 $21,795
FWD 4-Door Automatic Sport 26 33 $22,542 $23,195
2016.5 FWD 4-Door Automatic Sport 26 33 $22,930 $23,595
AWD 4-Door Automatic Sport 24 30 $23,754 $24,445
2016.5 AWD 4-Door Automatic Sport 24 30 $24,190 $24,895
2016.5 FWD 4-Door Automatic Touring 26 33 $24,500 $25,215
FWD 4-Door Automatic Touring 26 33 $24,500 $25,215
AWD 4-Door Automatic Touring 24 30 $25,716 $26,465
2016.5 AWD 4-Door Automatic Touring 24 30 $25,764 $26,515
FWD 4-Door Automatic Grand Touring 26 33 $27,416 $28,220
2016.5 FWD 4-Door Automatic Grand Touring 26 33 $27,759 $28,570
AWD 4-Door Automatic Grand Touring 24 30 $28,631 $29,470
2016.5 AWD 4-Door Automatic Grand Touring 24 30 $29,019 $29,870

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$21,866

$21,183

$22,700

$21,795

$378 / month

$363 / month

The 2016 Hyundai Tucson caters to drivers that put styling and features at the top of their crossover-SUV wish list. The 2016 Mazda CX-5 is one of the more athletic crossovers; high gas mileage and high style just add to the value.
  • Upscale exterior and interior design
  • Quiet cabin and refined ride
  • Innovative automatic liftgate at upper trim levels
  • Very good handling
  • Expressive good looks
  • Great front seats
  • Lots of hard plastic trim at lower trim levels
  • Uninspired acceleration
  • Less cargo space than competitors
  • Rear visibility isn't great
  • Acceleration is just average
23 mpg 26 mpg 31 mpg 35 mpg Small Sport Utility Vehicles 2WD Small Sport Utility Vehicles 2WD 54.5 53.7 5 5 57.1 57.5 39.2 39 55.5 55.5 41.5 41 102.2 103.8 55.6 55.2 38.2 39.3 39.6 40.1 6.4 8.5 176.2 178.7 64.8 65.7 63.8 62.5 105.1 106.3 72.8 72.4 63.3 62.4 31 34.1 61.9 64.8 31 34.1 - 41.3 - 57.1 - 34.6 - 38.7 NA NA 4-Wheel 4-Wheel Yes Yes 11.9 11.9 NA NA Yes Yes 12 11.7 16.4 14.8 34.9 36.7 Rack-Pinion Rack-Pinion P225/60HR17 P225/65HR17 NA NA P225/60HR17 P225/65HR17 Compact Compact NA NA NA NA 100 200 100 200 1000 2000 1000 2000 1000 2000 3325 3212 Aluminum Aluminum Steel Steel 17 X 7 17 X 7 Compact Compact Aluminum Aluminum 17 X 7 17 X 7 150 100 Regular Unleaded I-4 Regular Unleaded I-4 Gasoline Direct Injection Gasoline Direct Injection 151 @ 4000 150 @ 4000 NA NA 2.0 L/122 2.0 L/122 164 @ 6200 155 @ 6000 23 26 26 29 31 35 3.50 3.72 2.58 1.95 NA NA 1.37 1.03 Automatic w/OD Manual w/OD 0.78 0.68 4.16 3.70 3.51 4.71 1.77 1.30 6 6 Front Wheel Drive Front Wheel Drive 1.00 0.84 NA NA Sport Utility Sport Utility Hyundai Tucson Mazda CX-5 Multi-Link Multi-Link Multi-Link Multi-Link Strut Strut Strut Strut 6.8 6.1

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2016 Mazda CX-5 vs 2016 Hyundai Tucson

Compact crossovers sell like popcorn at a movie theatre and here we have an industry favorite versus the handsome new guy, the 2016 Mazda CX-5 versus its 2016 Hyundai Tucson counterpart.

Although it doesn’t sell nearly as much as the Honda CR-V (335,019 units sold in the U.S. in 2014) or the Toyota RAV4 (267,698), the Mazda CX-5 (99,122) has always been our top pick in the segment for its legitimately sporty driving dynamics and good looks. The Hyundai Tucson (47,306), on the other hand, sucked for a really long time, but it has been totally redesigned for the 2016 model year, and the revamp allows the CUV to properly fight it out with the segment’s best.

Is the Tucson’s makeover enough to steal our “favorite” vote away from the CX-5 for the compact crossover segment?

The Difference is in the Drive

After driving the two crossovers back to back, one thing become very clear: the Mazda is still the better car if driving fun and engagement is what you’re looking for. It feels more connected to the road, you get much more feedback from the direct and responsive steering wheel, and it just dives into corners with more enthusiasm than a crossover has a right to.

Unfortunately, engaging driving typically matters diddly squat to people shopping this segment. That’s a shame, because the CX-5 is the best in its segment for driving dynamics.

That’s not to say the Tucson is a bad performer, either, but you can really feel Mazda’s sporting heritage in the way the CX-5 drives. The Tucson, on the other hand, feels softer in the corners and the steering feels a bit disconnected, artificial, and over-boosted, all pretty typical traits in this segment. On the highway, you will find yourself over-correcting your steering in the Tucson because it is too light at high speeds, although the lightness helps when navigating tight areas like parking garages.

Because the Tucson is softer sprung though, it feels more comfortable and floaty over rough pavement, where a bit more roughness and NVH makes its way into the CX-5’s cabin.

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The CX-5 in our comparison is powered by a 2.5L four-cylinder engine with 184 hp and 185 lb-ft of torque, while the Tucson is powered by a 1.6L turbo four with 175 hp and 195 lb-ft of torque. The CX-5 has to haul around less weight though, because it weighs about 120 pounds less than the Tucson, a weight difference that can really be felt in how much more agile the CX-5 is. The big difference is that the CX-5 isn’t actually that fast and its engine isn’t all that inspiring, but it feels quick.

The Tucson pulls stronger and earlier on in the rev range, so its torque feels more useful, even with the extra weight. The turbo four is hooked to a seven-speed dual clutch transmission, which feels really well sorted at speed; it upshifts smoothly and quickly and downshifts are well timed. The only issue, and this is the same thing with most DCTs, is that at low speeds and from a stop, it has a tendency to judder and slip for a fraction of a second before it finds the right gear. The CX-5 has a traditional six-speed auto, so it doesn’t have this problem, but the car also doesn’t have a turbo, so you have to get the engine revving quite high to get the best from the engine.

Compare Specs

vs Vehicle 2016 Hyundai Tucson Advantage 2016 Mazda CX-5
Engine 1.6L turbo 4-cyl. - 2.5L 4-cyl.
Horsepower 175 CX-5 184
Torque 195 Tucson 185
Transmission 7-spd DCT - 6-spd auto
Fuel Economy 24 MPG City/30 MPG Highway Tucson 22 MPG City/ 31 MPG Highway
Fuel Economy (l/100kms) 9.9 City/8.4 HighwayTucson 9.8 City/ 7.9 Highway
Starting Price USD $22,700 CX-5 $21,795
Starting Price (CAD)$24,399 CX-5 $22,995
As Tested Price USD $31,300 CX-5 $29,470
As Tested Price (CAD) $38,571 CX-5 $36,920

The Tucson is rated at 24 mpg in the city and 28 on the highway, while the CX-5 is rated at 24 and 30. Real-world testing on an identical drive route came back with a combined 29.4 mpg for the Hyundai and 27.4 for the Mazda.

Interior Game Strong

Both interiors here are clean, logical and functional, but the Hyundai feels more plush and a bit more luxurious and refined. The Mazda does have better switchgear and more interesting finishes, though, and it feels particularly German the way they satisfyingly click into place. The cream colored leather in the CX-5 is also lovely, but I’m not sure how practical it would be.

I prefer the Tucson’s infotainment setup: The touchscreen is responsive and very user friendly. The Mazda uses a touchscreen and a rotary dial knob, an added step because the touchscreen is further away from the driver, which makes it slightly less intuitive to use. It is faster to complete tasks like pair a phone via Bluetooth, enter a navigation destination or find a radio station with the Tucson because of the touchscreen and the fact that its operating system uses fewer menus.

At this price point, the Tucson is very well equipped with a giant panoramic sunroof, heated steering wheel, heated front and back seats and blind spot monitoring. From that list, the CX-5 only has blind spot monitoring and heated front seats, but adds adaptive cruise control, and lane departure warning.

How Good are They at Being SUVs?

If you want an SUV, it’s either because you need some off-road capability or you need to haul stuff. The two crossovers here are very different in these two respects as well.

The Tucson is better at the off-roading part, as it comes with various off-road driving modes, hill descent control, and a locking differential, which helps when you need more traction. Both cars are equipped with AWD at this price point, but the Tucson holds the edge for being more capable off road. These cars will never see anything worse than a cottage road or bad weather, but the Tucson has a big advantage here.

In terms of hauling stuff, the Tucson has a slightly smaller trunk, with 31 cubic feet of cargo space behind the rear seats and 61.9 cu. ft. with rear seats folded down. The Mazda has the advantage here with 34.1 cu. ft. feet of cargo space and 64.8 cu. ft. with the rear seats folded flat.

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It is also easier to flip down the seats in the Mazda, because it uses handy levers found in the trunk that allow you to flip down the whole back or just sections of it. The Hyundai’s seats are slightly more difficult to flip down, but the car does have an automatic opening and closing rear hatch, which the Mazda does not. The Hyundai also has a lower load height and a seemingly wider hatch opening, which will make it easier to get stuff in and out of there.

The Verdict: 2016 Mazda CX-5 vs 2016 Hyundai Tucson

These two crossovers are easily the best-looking ones in the segment. Both designs are cohesive and smart, without being too flashy or overly aggressive. The Mazda used to be the best looking, but even its stylish lines are beginning to look a bit dated when compared to the Tucson’s fresher face, especially when it’s painted in this beautiful metallic blue.

If a sporty, more engaging drive is what you want, then the Mazda CX-5 is the crossover you should be looking at, but the Tucson really impressed us during this comparison, and it wins for being so well-rounded and good at just about everything where it really matters. At this topline price point, the Tucson is slightly more expensive, but is very well equipped and has a few more useful features than the CX-5.

Hyundai’s makeover of the Tucson is hugely significant, because it simply makes it one of the best cars in its segment. We have always loved the CX-5, but the Hyundai does everything slightly better, and can confidently take the CUV crown from our perennial favorite, which is a huge compliment.

2015 Hyundai Tucson

LOVE IT
  • Clean, cohesive design
  • User-friendly infotainment setup
  • Well equipped, more versatile off-road
LEAVE IT
  • Weight
  • Vague/light steering
  • Less cargo space

2016 Mazda CX-5

LOVE IT
  • Pretty design
  • Sporty handling
  • Fun to drive
  • More cargo friendly
LEAVE IT
  • Not as refined feeling
  • Not as fast

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Hyundai Santa Fe vs Mazda CX-5

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MSRP$41,300

Invoice$38,782

Average Price Paid$38,084

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2018 Mazda CX-5

Grand Touring AWD

MSRP$30,945

Invoice$29,752

Average Price Paid$29,504

4,521 listings nationwide

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CarGurus Instant Market Value$32,491

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  • Look and Feel 6
  • Performance 6
  • Form & Function 8
  • Technology 9
  • Safety 9
  • Cost-Effectiveness 10

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Specs

Powertrain Engine SafetyNHTSA Crash Test ResultsComfort and ConvenienceInteriorPayload and TowingExterior
2018 Hyundai Santa Fe

Limited Ultimate AWD

2018 Mazda CX-5

Grand Touring AWD

6-Speed Automatic 6-Speed Automatic
Drivetrain

AWD

AWD

Fuel Economy, City

17 MPG

24 MPG

Fuel Economy, Highway

22 MPG

30 MPG

Fuel Tank Volume 18.8 gal 15.3 gal
Fuel Type

Gasoline

Gasoline

Power

290 hp @ 6,400 RPM

187 hp @ 6,000 RPM

Torque

252 lb-ft @ 5,200 RPM

186 lb-ft @ 4,000 RPM

Cylinders

6 cylinders

4 cylinders

Compression Ratio

11.5:1

13:1

Displacement

3,300 cc

2,500 cc

Bore x Stroke

3.62 in x 3.3 in

3.5 in x 3.94 in

ABS Brakes Standard Standard
Driver Airbag Standard Standard
Passenger Airbag Standard Standard
Front Side Airbags Standard Standard
Curtain Airbags Standard Standard
Overall 4 stars 5 stars
Front Crash Overall 4 stars 5 stars
Front Crash Driver 4 stars 5 stars
Front Crash Passenger 4 stars 5 stars
Side Crash Overall 5 stars 5 stars
Side Barrier Driver 5 stars 5 stars
Side Barrier Passenger 5 stars 4 stars
Side Pole Driver 5 stars 5 stars
Sunroof/Moonroof Standard Standard
Leather Seats Standard --
Air Conditioning Standard Standard
CD Player Standard --
Radio Standard Standard
Power Windows Standard Standard
Power Door Locks Standard Standard
Driver Power Seats Standard Standard
Passenger Power Seats Standard Standard
Maximum Seating 6 seats 5 seats
Front Legroom 41.3 in 41 in
Back Legroom 40.4 in 39.6 in
Cargo Volume 13.5 cu ft 30.9 cu ft
Maximum Payload 1,453 lbs 976 lbs
Maximum Towing Capacity 5,000 lbs 2,000 lbs
Length 193.1 in 179.1 in
Width 74.2 in 72.5 in
Height 66.5 in 66.1 in
Wheelbase 110.2 in 106.2 in

Available Options

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Exterior Colors

  • Becketts Black
  • Circuit Silver
  • Iron Frost
  • Java Espresso
  • Monaco White
  • Night Sky Pearl
  • Regal Red Pearl
  • Storm Blue

Option Packages

  • Limited Ultimate Tech Package 04
2018 Mazda CX-5

Grand Touring AWD

Exterior Colors

  • Deep Crystal Blue Mica
  • Eternal Blue Mica
  • Jet Black Mica
  • Machine Gray Metallic
  • Machine Gray Metallic Paint
  • Snowflake White Pearl Mica
  • Sonic Silver Metallic
  • Soul Red Crystal Metallic
  • Soul Red Crystal Metallic Paint

Option Packages

  • Front & Rear Bumper Trim Package
  • Mazda Mobile Start
  • Premium Package

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2015 Hyundai Tucson vs 2015 Mazda CX-5

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FWD 4-Door GLS

Style MPG City MPG Hwy Invoice MSRP
FWD 4-Door GLS 23 29 $20,821 $21,650
AWD 4-Door GLS 21 25 $22,235 $23,150
FWD 4-Door SE 21 28 $22,772 $23,700
AWD 4-Door PZEV SE 20 25 $24,198 $25,200
AWD 4-Door SE 20 25 $24,198 $25,200
FWD 4-Door Limited 21 28 $25,121 $26,450
AWD 4-Door Limited 20 25 $26,531 $27,950
AWD 4-Door PZEV Limited 20 25 $26,531 $27,950

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FWD 4-Door Manual Sport

Style MPG City MPG Hwy Invoice MSRP
FWD 4-Door Manual Sport 26 35 $20,939 $21,545
FWD 4-Door Automatic Sport 26 32 $22,298 $22,945
AWD 4-Door Automatic Sport 25 31 $23,706 $24,395
FWD 4-Door Automatic Touring 25 32 $24,258 $24,965
AWD 4-Door Automatic Touring 24 30 $25,472 $26,215
FWD 4-Door Automatic Grand Touring 25 32 $27,176 $27,970
AWD 4-Door Automatic Grand Touring 24 30 $28,387 $29,220

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$20,821

$20,939

$21,650

$21,545

$361 / month

$359 / month

The 2015 Hyundai Tucson is a stylish choice in the compact crossover segment, with solid but unexciting powertrains and a strong feature set. The 2015 Mazda CX-5 is an athletic, fuel-efficient, well-designed small crossover.
  • Strong, efficient engines
  • Improved ride and handling
  • Decent interior space
  • Excellent steering and handling
  • Smart, sporty styling
  • Base Sport model decently equipped
  • Steering feels artificial
  • Not very quick
  • Undesirable leather upholstery
  • Rearward vision
  • Ride can be busy on some surfaces
  • Dated, sluggish navigation interface
23 mpg 26 mpg 29 mpg 35 mpg Small Sport Utility Vehicles 2WD Small Sport Utility Vehicles 2WD 38.7 39.3 39.4 40.1 53.4 53.7 101.9 103.8 57.1 57.5 39.1 39 55.1 55.5 5 5 41.2 41 55.5 55.2 71.7 72.4 62.4 62.4 6.7 8.5 173.2 178.7 65.2 65.7 62.4 62.5 103.9 106.3 25.7 34.1 25.7 34.1 55.8 64.8 - 41.3 - 57.1 - 34.6 - 38.7 11.8 11.7 NA NA 4-Wheel 4-Wheel Yes Yes 10.3 11.9 NA NA Yes Yes 15.3 14.8 Rack-Pinion Rack-Pinion 34.7 36.7 NA NA NA NA P225/60HR17 P225/65HR17 NA NA P225/60HR17 P225/65HR17 Compact Compact 1000 2000 1000 2000 1000 2000 100 200 100 200 3232 3223 17 X 6.5 17 X 7 Aluminum Aluminum Steel Steel 17 X 6.5 17 X 7 Compact Compact Aluminum Aluminum 110 100 600 - 151 @ 4000 150 @ 4000 NA NA 2.0 L/122 2.0 L/122 164 @ 6200 155 @ 6000 Regular Unleaded I-4 Regular Unleaded I-4 Gasoline Direct Injection Gasoline Direct Injection 23 26 25 29 29 35 0.78 0.68 4.16 3.70 3.51 4.71 1.77 1.30 6 6 Front Wheel Drive Front Wheel Drive 1.00 0.84 NA NA 3.50 3.72 2.58 1.95 NA NA 1.37 1.03 Automatic w/OD Manual w/OD Hyundai Tucson Mazda CX-5 Sport Utility Sport Utility Multi-Link Multi-Link Multi-Link Multi-Link Strut Strut Strut Strut 7.1 6.1 - 7.0

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