The latest 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 updated the Tucson's exterior design with their signature cascading grille, new headlights and fog lights. The wheel designs have been revamped, with new dimensions available, ranging from 16 inches on basic models to 19 inches on the premium SE model.


Hyundai has kept the sophisticated and modern feel of the previous Tucson's interior but received a modest makeover with a more stripped back design and 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.

Safety and Technology

The Tucson comes with a range of safety features including autonomous emergency braking and lane keep assist that will help maximise your safety through active monitoring and support. Along with these safety features, there is a range of different technologies, such as wireless phone charging, rear camera parking and cruise control that can help make your journeys more enjoyable.

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