Hyundai Tucson Tire Pressure


You can find 31 different trims for the Hyundai Tucson and their corresponding recommended tire pressures.

The years available stretch from 2005 through to 2019 with the tire types underneath the yearly headings.

Yearly Tire Pressures

2019

Hyundai Tucson's built in 2019 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
225/55R18 98V 35 PSI 35 PSI
225/60R17 99H 35 PSI 35 PSI
245/45R19 98W 35 PSI 35 PSI

2018

Hyundai Tucson's built in 2018 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
225/60R17 99H 35 PSI 35 PSI
245/45R19 98H 35 PSI 35 PSI

2017

Hyundai Tucson's built in 2017 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
225/60R17 99H 35 PSI 35 PSI
245/45R19 98H 35 PSI 35 PSI

2016

Hyundai Tucson's built in 2016 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
225/60R17 99H 35 PSI 35 PSI
245/45R19 98H 35 PSI 35 PSI

2015

Hyundai Tucson's built in 2015 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
225/55R18 98H 34 PSI 34 PSI
225/60R17 99H 35 PSI 35 PSI

2014

Hyundai Tucson's built in 2014 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
225/55R18 98H 34 PSI 34 PSI
225/60R17 99H 35 PSI 35 PSI

2013

Hyundai Tucson's built in 2013 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
225/55R18 98H 33 PSI 33 PSI
225/60R17 99H 33 PSI 33 PSI

2012

Hyundai Tucson's built in 2012 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
225/55R18 98H 33 PSI 33 PSI
225/60R17 99H 33 PSI 33 PSI

2011

Hyundai Tucson's built in 2011 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
225/55R18 98H 33 PSI 33 PSI
225/60R17 99H 33 PSI 33 PSI

2010

Hyundai Tucson's built in 2010 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
225/55R18 98H 33 PSI 33 PSI
225/60R17 99H 33 PSI 33 PSI

2009

Hyundai Tucson's built in 2009 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
P215/65R16 96T 30 PSI 30 PSI
P235/60R16 99T 30 PSI 30 PSI

2008

Hyundai Tucson's built in 2008 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
P215/65R16 96T 30 PSI 30 PSI
P235/60R16 99T 30 PSI 30 PSI

2007

Hyundai Tucson's built in 2007 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
P215/65R16 96T 30 PSI 30 PSI
P235/60R16 99T 30 PSI 30 PSI

2006

Hyundai Tucson's built in 2006 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
P215/65R16 96T 30 PSI 30 PSI
P235/60R16 99T 30 PSI 30 PSI

2005

Hyundai Tucson's built in 2005 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
P215/65R16 96T 30 PSI 30 PSI
P235/60R16 99T 30 PSI 30 PSI

Hyundai Tucson

Hyundai Tucson Image

The Tucson is a mid-size crossover SUV which was manufactured by Hyundai.

It was Hyundai’s second crossover SUV (after the Santa Fe), and was released in 2004 – it was also rebadged and sold as the Kia Sportage right away too.

Since its launch, the Tucson has been available in three main trims: GLS, CDX (later renamed SE), and Sport.

It was designed to offer a modern and distinctive exterior appearance, with a 5-door hatchback design inspired by coup├ęs of the past.

The Tucson’s interior is designed simply and in an easy way to use with its spacious cargo area (with a loading length of 1,550mm, it can take in a large amount of luggage), the Tucson fits perfectly into Hyundai’s ‘Focused on U’ philosophy.

It offers innovative technology like the BlueLink App that provides you with your very own personal concierge, or a rearview monitor that makes for a safety experience unlike any other.

Sporting good looks and impressive performance, the Hyundai Tucson provides comfortable accommodations for up to five individuals.

Fuel economy is at the forefront of the Tucson’s abilities, which is made possible by it’s V6 engine.

Modern Tucsons come equipped with cloth seats and steering wheel as well as a slim optitron instrumentation display which keeps you informed of your vehicle’s status and provides navigation aid.