Prices announced for new Tucson
Unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, the new model – which replaces the ix35 – is built on a brand-new platform and brings advanced technologies and a wide range of powertrain options.
Prices start from £18,695 OTR for the entry-level S trim, up to £32,345 for the range-topping Premium SE model.
In all five trim levels will be offered with standard kit including DAB digital radio with MP3 compatibility, Bluetooth connectivity, with USB and AUX connections, 16-inch alloy wheels, air conditioning, and automatic headlights with dusk sensor.
The SE derivative, priced from £20,495, will bring 17-inch alloy wheels, rear parking sensors, heated front seats, Lane Keep Assist System (LKAS), projection headlights with static cornering lights, and dual zone climate control.
From £21,295, SE Nav buyers will gain Hyundai,s new-generation 8-inch touchscreen satellite navigation featuring: TMC, reversing camera, MapCare, Tom Tom Live Services and a shark fin antenna. SE Nav also comes with Hyundai,s innovative Speed Limit Information System (SLIF), which uses the front camera and information from the navigation system to identify road speed signs and display the speed limit in real time.
Moving up to the Premium equipment level adds 19-inch alloy wheels (excluding 1.7 CRDi Blue Drive which has 17-inch Alloy Wheels) leather upholstery, front parking sensors, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, automatic windscreen wipers with rain sensor, Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB), Blind Spot Detection (BSD), and heated rear seats (outer rear seats only). Prices for the Premium derivative start from £25,045.
The range-topping Premium SE model, available from £28,345, features: heated steering wheel, keyless smart entry with engine start/stop button, Smart Parking Assist System (SPAS – Automatic Transmission only), smart electric tailgate, LED headlights, panoramic sunroof with electric tilt and slide function, and ventilated front seats.