Price of Hyundai’s New Tucson starts from £32,000

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Hyundai’s New Tucson is available to order and prices start from £32,000.

The car features a redesigned front with thin, angular lines in the radiator grille, with hidden “Parametric Jewel” daytime running lights. The new front bumper and skid plates extend from side to side to create a wider stance.

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.”

The interior focuses on spaciousness and practicality, with a redesigned dashboard and centre console.

New Tucson offers customers a range of powertrain options based around the 1.6-litre petrol SmartStream efficient turbocharged engine. The new Tucson range starts with the Advance 1.6T 6-speed manual, priced from £32,000.

The Premium 1.6T 6-speed manual (£34,500) builds on the Advanced trim level with the addition of 18” alloy wheels, metal TUCSON branded scuff plates, premium combination cloth and leather seat trim, electrically adjustable and heated front seats, rear heated seats, heated steering wheel, smart electric tailgate and rear window sun blinds.

The N Line trim level (£34,500) adds a number of external styling changes for a sporting aesthetic.

Customers can also choose the N Line S (£37,000), the Ultimate trim level which is built upon the styling of the Premium trim, with the addition of 19” alloy wheels and matrix LED headlamps. Interior equipment is also enhanced.

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