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Pricing and specification announced for the new Hyundai Tucson

Hyundai is coming back with its original Tucson that replaces the current ix35 – available on lease now which you can register your interest!

All new Hyundai TucsonThe new Tucson looks a lot like a Santa-FE, although it’s a slightly smaller version. As the SUV market is growing rapidly in recent years, Hyundai is getting up-to-date with its SUV range, with its most popular Santa FE and another best-seller the ix35. Tucson will look to develop the success with its striking design and enhanced technology as said by Tony Whitehorn, CEO of the Hyundai UK.

Compare this to the ix35, the Tucson is 65mm longer, 20mm shorter and 30mm wider. Tucson is the mid-size SUV offering greater interior space so the boot space has been dropped by 78 litres.

Here, we have gathered technical specifications for the Hyundai Tucson against its competitors. The Tucson is of similar size to the Renault Kadjar and is just a bit bigger than the Nissan Qashqai.


Current Hyundai ix35

New Hyundai Tucson

Nissan Qashqai

Renault Kadjar


Overall length

4410 millimetres

4475 millimetres

4377 millimetres

4449 millimetres

Overall width

1820 millimetres

1850 millimetres

1806 millimetres

1836 millimetres


2640 millimetres

2670 millimetres

2646 millimetres

2646 millimetres


1665 millimetres

1645 millimetres

1590 millimetres

1607 millimetres


Fuel tank capacity

58 litres

62 litres

55 litres

55 litres

Luggage space (with seats up)

591 litres

513 litres

430 litres

472 litres

Luggage space (with seats down)

1436 litres

1503 litres

1585 litres

1478 litres 


The all-new Tucson will be available in five ranges of EU6 compliant engines including two petrols and three diesels. The petrol units come with a 1.6 litre engines in a choice of two 130 and 175 brake horse powers. The diesel unit comes with 1.7 litre with 114 brake horse power, and 2.0 litre with the choice of 134 and 183 brake horse power.

Here are the engine details:




Top speed

Acceleration from 0-62 miles per hour

Combined fuel consumption

CO2 emissions

1.6 litre GDI 132PS



113 mph

11.5 seconds

44.8 mpg

147 g/km

1.6 litre T-GDI 177PS



114 mph

9.5 seconds

37.2 mpg

177 g/km



112 mph

9.1 seconds

37.7 mpg

175 g/km




Top speed

Acceleration from 0-62 miles per hour

Combined fuel consumption

CO2 emissions

UII 1.7-litre 116 PS ISG



109 mph

13.7 seconds

61.7 mpg

119 g/km

R 2.0-litre (Standard) 136 PS ISG



116 mph

10.6 seconds

58.9 mpg

127 g/km



114 mph

10.9 seconds

54.3 mpg

139 g/km



114 mph

12 seconds

46.3 mpg

160 g/km

R 2.0-litre (HIGH) 185 PS



125 mph

9.9 seconds

47.9 mpg

154 g/km



125 mph

9.5 seconds

43.5 mpg

170 g/km

 (Note: mph refers as miles per hour, mpg = miles per gallon, g/km = grams per kilometre)


Ø  The Tucson will be available in four choices of trims: S, SE, SE Nav, Premium and Premium SE. The “S” is the entry level model priced from £18,695 that comes with 16” alloy wheels, air conditioning, automatic headlights, DAB radio, Bluetooth and USB connectivity as standard.

Ø  The “SE” model is priced from £20,495 and benefits from 17 inch alloy wheels, heated front seats, rear parking sensors, lane keep assist system and dual zone climate control.

Ø  The “SE Nav” trim sounds more practical for business drivers as it comes with reversing camera, 8 inch touchscreen satellite navigation and speed limit information systems.

Ø  The “Premium” level comes with 19 inch alloy wheels, leather upholstery, automatic windscreen wipers, autonomous emergency braking, blind spot detection, heated rear seats, front parking sensors and rear cross traffic alert.

Ø  The range topper “Premium SE” benefits from keyless smart entry, parking assist systems, smart electric tailgate, LED headlights, ventilated front seats, heated steering wheel and a panoramic sunroof with electric tilt and side function.

Hyundai Tucson certainly sounds impressive, just a few months left with the vehicle set to be available to order now business and personal contract hire.

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