2 airbags equipped Tucson scored 0 stars in the crash tests.
The 2022 Hyundai Tucson has been granted a 3-star safety rating by Latin NCAP. For the protection of adult and child occupants, the SUV received scores of 32.64 and 34.07 points, respectively.
According to the test report, the car provided good protection for the driver and passenger's head, neck, and chest. Protection for the driver and passenger’s knees was rated as marginal. Driver’s tibias showed adequate and good protection, whereas passenger’s tibias showed good protection. The footwell and bodyshell were rated as stable in the frontal impact test.
The Tucson offered good protection to the head, chest, abdomen and pelvis in the side impact test. In the side pole impact test, the protection provided to the head and pelvis was rated as good.
The child seat for the 3-year-old dummy was capable of preventing head exposure and offered good protection. Throughout the side impact test, the child restraint system (CRS) provided complete protection.
The Tucson received a pedestrian protection score of 23.23. The car displayed areas with high levels of protection, but the upper leg performance displayed regions with low levels of protection.
Six airbags, ESC, a speed assist system, a seat belt reminder, and ISOFIX were all included in the test vehicle.