The Hyundai Tucson, Kia Ceed and Sportage have all had makeovers this year and are available for purchase soon! Check them out and see what's changed.
The all-new Hyundai Tucson SUV has arrived and is better than ever. With an upgrade in design and improved safety and technology features, available in four trim levels (S Connect, SE Nav, Premium and Premium SE), the new Tucson can accommodate for everybody’s needs.
Hyundai has kept the sophisticated and modern feel of the Tucson, but the interior has been given a modest makeover with a more contemporary and modern design with a new and improved dashboard, which is now a floating display. The new touchscreen display audio system comes with dab, Apple Car Play and Android Auto.
The Tucson comes in a range of different engines and transmissions, with the entry-level engines being a 114bhp 1.6-litre diesel unit and a 1.6 petrol. One up from this is the 134 bhp diesel version of the same engine. The Tucson also comes with a 182bhp 2.0-litre engine, which is classed as a mild hybrid due to its small 48v lithium ion battery. The most powerful and quickest in the range is the 1.6 turbocharged petrol engine that is also available.
Kia is rebooting their c’eed and its not just the apostrophe that they are changing. The new Ceed is broader and lower which has allowed the boot space to increase to 395 litres. Kia has suggested that the Ceed is now more ‘ergonomic’ than before and uses higher quality materials. The car is available with 15, 16 or 17-inch alloy wheels and comes in a range of 12 paint finishes.
Keeping up with the best in its class, the new Ceed boasts a premium cabin with durable, high-quality materials and smart finishes. A DAB radio, USB and AUX ports and air conditioning are standard across the range, while the Ceed 3 adds a 7-inch touchscreen navigation system to ensure your journey from A to B is smooth and straightforward.
The Kia Ceed is available with a range of petrol and diesel engines, all designed to offer the best performance and efficiency. For those who do more city driving the 1.4-litre petrol unit provides excellent flexibility and low emissions, supported on GT-Line S models by start/stop to maximise economy. For those who spend more time on the motorway, the 1.6 CRDi diesel is a reliable and robust option, delivering 134bhp and 72.4mpg on a combined cycle.
The Kia Sportage has been refreshed this year and has gone and got itself a facelift. With 21 variants and six trim options to choose from, you can make the Sportage your own. The design changes are subtle with new bumpers, new fog light housings and the ‘tiger nose’ grille is slightly different too. A wide range of different trim levels offers various styling options, ensuring every drive turns heads. Choose from 16-19-inch alloy wheels, LED or bi-xenon headlamps and add a panoramic roof for the ultimate airy cabin on the GT Line S variant.
Inside the new Kia Sportage, the high-quality materials and luxurious finishes are immediately apparent and guarantee that every journey will impress. Whether you’re heading to the shops or off the beaten track, you’ll stay connected and entertained thanks to a DAB radio and Bluetooth with music streaming. Higher specs, meanwhile, add an 8-inch touchscreen navigation system, heated steering wheel and ventilated front seats for optimum comfort.
The new Sportage is available with a range of high-performance, low-emission diesel engines. If the economy is your priority, opt for the 1.7-litre CRDi unit, which returns up to 61.4mpg while offering an ample 139bhp for effortless driving. If it’s performance you want, the 2.0-litreCRDioption delivers a powerful 182bhp, making acceleration swift and towing simple.
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