With a fantastic design and advanced technologies, the
Hyundai Tucson redefines the the brand’s C-SUV offering by making a strong and
bold statement wherever your adventure takes you. Styled for luxury and
engineered for quality, it’ll power through everything, including your
While the All-New Tucson adopts an SUV profile and strong proportions, the design team have worked to ensure a sleek and agile look.
The front of the All-New Tucson is dominated by the Hyundai signature hexagonal front grille, which connects with the LED headlamps to create a distinctive face. The front bumper features a wing-shaped appearance, which incorporates the LED daytime running lights, giving the car a unique style and provides a visual reference to its wide track.
As well as introducing new soft-touch, high-quality materials across cabin surfaces, the interior has undergone extensive ergonomic testing to ensure ease of use and a pleasant experience. The modern simplicity of the centre console is underlined by its horizontal orientation, and there is an optional ‘Wine Red’ leather to bring further sophistication to the cabin (dependent on market specification).
The All-New Tucson is built on a completely new platform which features generous interior dimensions. Clever packaging ensures an excellent exterior-to-interior dimension ratio, optimising the space that is afforded to passengers and luggage. Comfortable and airy inside, All-New Tucson delivers a substantial 513 litres of luggage capacity with all the seats up.
|Combined Fuel Consumption|
mpg / (l100)km
|Combined CO2 Mass Emissions|
|Max Engine Power |
(KW/PS) @ RPM
|1.6 GDi 132PS Petrol Blue Drive 2WD Manual||44.8 (6.3)||147||97 / 132 @ 6,300||6|
|1.7 CRDi 116PS Diesel Blue Drive 2WD Manual||61.7 (4.6)||119||85 /116 @ 4,000||6|
|1.7 CRDi 141PS Diesel Blue Drive DCT 2WD Automatic||57.6 (4.9)||129||104 /141 @ 4,000||7|
|2.0 CRDi 136PS Diesel Blue Drive 2WD Manual||58.9 (4.8)||127||100 / 136 @ 2,750~4,000||6|
|2.0 CRDi 136PS Diesel 4WD Manual||54.3 (5.2)||139||100 / 136 @ 2,750~4,000||6|
|2.0 CRDi 136PS Diesel 4WD Automatic||47.1 (6.0)||156||100 / 136 @ 2,750~4,000||6|
|2.0 CRDi 185PS Diesel 4WD Manual||47.9 (5.9)||154||136 / 185 @ 4,000||6|
|2.0 CRDi 185PS Diesel 4WD Automatic||43.5 (6.5)||170||136 / 185 @ 4,000||6|
All engines have been enhanced to offer improved driveability and fuel efficiency, as well as meeting Euro6 emission standards. The Hyundai Tucson is available with one of the widest powertrain ranges in its class.
These include two gasoline engines: 135 PS (1.6-litre GDI) or 176 PS (1.6-litre T-GDI) – plus three diesel options: 115 PS (1.7-litre), 136 PS (2.0-litre standard power) or 184 PS (2.0-litre high power). The new turbocharged 176 PS 1.6-litre T-GDI engine can be paired with either a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission (7DCT) or a six-speed manual. (Engine options may differ between European markets).
Tucson is more than a match for the conditions outside, even when you’d rather stay indoors. With technologies designed to handle the worst, you’ll enjoy an exhilarating drive whatever the weather may be.
When the going gets tough, Tucson really gets going. The optional 4WD on the selected models has an intuitive two-mode system so that when a potential loss of traction is detected, up to 50% of torque is transferred to the rear wheels. Torque distribution can be locked at 50:50 when experiencing tricky weather conditions such as ice and snow, so you’ll soon be embracing the testing environment.
Convenience features offered with the Hyundai Tucson include heated and ventilated front seats, with longer seating cushions for enhanced support and comfort. A smart powered tailgate (which opens at the approach of the key-holder) and Smart Parking Assist System (SPAS) with parallel and bay parking function both increase everyday usability.
The new-generation navigation system is more than three times faster than the previous version fitted in other Hyundai models and comes with a seven-year free subscription to TomTom LIVE services (subject to market specification).
For the more adventurous, Downhill Brake Control automatically applies the right amount of brake pressure to maintain a safe and steady descent, while Hill-start Assist briefly holds the brakes to avoid rolling backwards.
Finally, the Electronic Stability Programme helps stabilise the vehicle during cornering manoeuvres by selectively applying any one of the vehicle's brakes to assist the driver with keeping the vehicle on the intended path. You might not be ready for the British weather but the Tucson certainly is.
Where safety features are concerned, the introduction of new technologies ensures that the Tucson is one of the best equipped vehicles in its segment. These include an Autonomous Emergency Braking system – with three operation modes: pedestrian, city and inter-urban – which triggers automatic braking whenever it detects an unsafe closing speed with a person or vehicle in front, and operates from low to high speeds.
|Tucson S||Tucson SE||Tucson SE Nav||Tucson Premium||Tucson Premium SE|
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