Hyandai Creta 1.6 Vs Hyandai Tucson 1.6 Turbo

Asked by May 15, 2017 at 10:45 PM about the 2016 Hyundai Tucson

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Which of these two Hyandai compact SUVs is
safer? Both are in my price range.
The Hyandai Creta 1.6, *6 airbags, push start and
keyless entry or the Tucson 1.6 Turbo, *2 airbags,
keyless entry, key start. Seems like a rhetorical
question but wanted to ask the experts!

4 Answers

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Check the reviews on both those vehicles. Personally I would never buy a Hyundia, Mitsubishi, Kia, or Subaru used, new only, and then only drive it for about 80K and unload it.

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@tennisshoes Thanks for the reply. Will keep that 80K in mind! Both will be new from the Hyandai dealership, the reviews for the Tucson crash Safety are 10/10 but not seeing any reviews for the 2 airbag 1.6 turbo model, or much about the Creta, far less for comparison reviews A few car lovers told me the Tucson even with the 2 airbags would be safer than the Creta 6 air bags, due to the body and size. But skeptical!

96,875

I would stick with Tucson, it's been around a lot longer than the Creta. Thanks for the best answer points.

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You think the Tucson because of its size and frame even with 2 airbags may still be safer than the Creta with 6 airbags? Ill also try emailing Hyundai to get their advice. So many people are advising Tucson regardless. Want to be absolutely sure hense asking everywhere. Thanks! @tennisshoes

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