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updated Tucson

Hyundai Tucson N Line, 2024, front
Hyundai Tucson N Line, 2024, rear

HYUNDAI has announced pricing and specifications for its updated Tucson SUV with the new line up costing from £32,000.

The 24 model range - which comprises turbocharged petrol variants, self-charging hybrids and plug-in hybrids - will top out from £45,875.

A revised design includes a redesigned front with thin, angular lines in the radiator grille and hidden "Parametric Jewel" daytime running lights while new-look front bumper and skid plates create a wider stance.

At the rear, the skid plates are integrated into the bumper moulding and enlarged horizontally, while all models get new alloy wheel designs.

The interior of the new Tucson has a redesigned dashboard with a new horizontal crash pad design, physical heating and ventilation controls and a redesigned centre console with buttons for regularly used functions.

Automatic and hybrid powertrains feature a wireless charging pad housed in the centre armrest.

Changes have also been made to the 12.3-inch driver's supervision instrument cluster and the sat nav system which comes with natural language voice recognition and realâtime navigation as well as over-the-air updates.

The new Tucson continues to offer a range of powertrain options based around the 1.6-litre petrol SmartStream efficient turbocharged engine which is available as a six-speed manual with 2WD, electrified 48-volt Mild Hybrid with seven-speed dual clutch transmission with 2WD or 4WD, Hybrid 6 speed automatic transmission in 2WD or 4WD or Plug-in Hybrid with six speed automatic transmission in 2WD or 4WD.

Premium specification models are priced from £34,500, the same as N Line specification N Line S grade starts from £37,000 and includes electrically adjustable, heated and ventilated front seats, rear heated seats, a heated steering wheel and matrix LED headlamps.

Top specification Ultimate trim costs from £37,000 and adds driver's seat position memory function, ventilated front seats and the option of Black, Moss Grey or Cypress Green leather seat trim.

Safety additions include the surround view monitor, blind spot view monitor, parking distance warning with front, side and rear detection zones, and parking collision avoidance assist on DCT and Hybrid powertrains.

Ashley Andrew, president of Hyundai and Genesis UK, said: "Tucson has been a phenomenally successful model for Hyundai, with private buyers and company car choosers alike making it their SUV of choice. The significant interior and exterior updates for the refreshed Tucson will ensure that its popularity continues."

All new Tucson models come with Hyundai's industry leading five year unlimited mileage warranty, roadside assistance package, a five year annual health check, and 12 year anti corrosion warranty.


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