Tucson and Sportage share similarities in power, drivetrains, and dimensions
Both have a standard 2.5L I-4 engine and an eight-speed automatic transmission
Sportage X-Pro has all-terrain tires, while Tucson has better approach/breakover/departure angles
Passenger comfort and space are equal in both models
Sportage has a more appealing interior design and slightly better road manners
Both models have hybrid and plug-in hybrid versions with better fuel economy and performance
Overall, the Sportage has an edge over the Tucson in terms of interior design and road manners.
Tucson PHEV and Sportage X-Line PHEV offer up to 261 hp and can travel on electricity alone for up to 34 miles