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    GL (O) 2WD AT Petrol
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    Hyundai Tucson Key Specifications

    Price₹ 22.69 Lakh onwards
    Engine1995 to 1999 cc
    TransmissionAutomatic (Torque Converter)
    Fuel TypePetrol & Diesel
    Seating Capacity5 Seater

    Hyundai Tucson Summary

    Hyundai launched the updated Tucson in 2020. It was the first car in India to have Hyundai’s BlueLink connected car technology. The Tucson petrol is available in two variants - AT GL (O) 2WD and AT GLS 2WD while the diesel comes with three variants - AT GL (O) 2WD, AT GLS 2WD and AT GLS 4WD.

    The updated Tucson features Hyundai’s signature large cascade grille, all finished in chrome. Besides, the car gets LED projector headlamps with LED DRLs and static bending lamps while the rear end features LED combination taillamps. Additionally, there are front and rear parking sensors, a reverse parking camera, rear spoiler, welcome lamps, roof rails, 18-inch alloy wheels, etc. The Tucson is available in four paint options - Polar White, Typhoon Silver, Phantom Black and Starry Night.

    The Tucson gets leather upholstery for the seats, steering wheel, gear shift and door and front centre armrests. It also features black interiors. There is an eight-inch infotainment system that supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. It also now comes with BlueLink connected car technology with fifty features. Additionally, there is an eight-speaker Infinity sound system, multifunctional steering wheel - cruise control, audio, Bluetooth switches, a cooled glovebox, electric-assisted front seats, etc.

    The SUV is equipped with numerous safety and convenience features such as a four-wheel-drive system, an electric panoramic sunroof, smart electric assist tailgate, dual-zone temperature control, heated ORVMs, automatic headlamps and rain-sensing wipers, a wireless charging pad, standard six airbags, electronic stability control, vehicle stability management, hill start assist, downhill brake control, ISOFIX child seat mounts and advance cornering traction control.

    The Tucson is powered by a 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol engine which produces 148bhp and 192Nm of torque. It is mated to a six-speed automatic. Meanwhile a 2.0-litre four-cylinder diesel is coupled with an eight-speed automatic transmission that makes 180bhp and 400Nm of torque. 

    Hyundai Tucson Price

    Hyundai Tucson price starts at ₹ 22.69 Lakh and goes upto ₹ 27.47 Lakh. The price of Petrol version for Tucson ranges between ₹ 22.69 Lakh - ₹ 24.36 Lakh and the price of Diesel version for Tucson ranges between ₹ 24.74 Lakh - ₹ 27.47 Lakh.

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    Tucson GL (O) 2WD AT Petrol

    ₹ 22.69 Lakh
    1999 cc, Petrol, Automatic (Torque Converter)
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    Tucson GLS 2WD AT Petrol

    ₹ 24.36 Lakh
    1999 cc, Petrol, Automatic (Torque Converter)
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    Tucson GL (O) 2WD AT Diesel

    ₹ 24.74 Lakh
    1995 cc, Diesel, Automatic (Torque Converter)
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    Tucson GLS 2WD AT Diesel

    ₹ 26.08 Lakh
    1995 cc, Diesel, Automatic (Torque Converter)
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    Tucson GLS 4WD AT Diesel

    ₹ 27.47 Lakh
    1995 cc, Diesel, Automatic (Torque Converter)
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    CarWale's Take

    • Good Things
      • Powerful diesel engine
      • Spacious rear seat
      • Feature-loaded cabin
    • Could be Better
      • Bumpy ride quality
      • Expensive CKD pricing
      • Not exciting to drive

    Tucson Verdict

    The Hyundai Tucson makes for a great family car with impeccable fit and finish, but not one that will pull an enthusiast’s heartstrings. Now, with the introduction of the facelift, Tucson appeals to a wider audience with its updated design and packaging and makes for a great all-rounder. However, the CKD pricing is on the higher side, especially when compared to the Jeep Compass.

    Tucson Review

    We drove the new and updated Hyundai Tucson in the diesel automatic 4WD guise. Read on to find out how it fared

    Engines and Performance

    Right Front Three Quarter

    Making 182bhp at 4,000rpm and 400Nm at 1,750rpm, the 2.0-litre CRDi diesel engine puts out 11bhp and 50Nm more than what you get in the Jeep Compass Trailhawk. Bolted on to this four-cylinder oil burner is an electronic variable geometry turbocharger (e-VGT) and the motor comes paired to an eight-speed torque-converter automatic. We found this BS6-compliant oil burner to be refined and remarkably silent when idling. Let off the brake, and the Tucson gets going in a smooth and progressive manner. 

    Engine Shot

    On the move, you’d notice that the engine wants to hover around 1,500rpm at light to partial throttle inputs. And the gearbox shifts seamlessly between 1,750-2,000rpm to keep the motor spinning at an effortless pace. But, a slight dab on the throttle and the Tucson manages to pace forward without any noticeable lag.

    Right Front Three Quarter

    Similarly, for quick overtakes in the city, you need not plan your move as the gearbox is quick in kick-down as well. And if you want to get up to speed quickly, the engine races all the way up to 4,000rpm redline. It only gets vocal past 3,000rpm but you wouldn’t notice it, given the easy manner in which the Tucson reaches highway speeds. And the strong mid-range allows Tucson to maintain triple-digit speeds all day without straining the engine. Speaking of the gearbox, it was only a couple of times where it would hold on gear, making the engine sound snarly. But on usual usage, it won’t give any reason to complain.

    Dashboard Switches

    The Tucson also comes with three driving modes – Eco, Comfort, and Sport. These driving modes alter the throttle response and steering, where everything is subdued in Eco and vice a versa in Sport. That doesn’t mean the Eco mode is any slouch, it can still rev happily to 4,000rpm redline and can accelerate hard when required. But in the Sport mode, the throttle response feels eager while the gearbox now holds gears for longer. Even the steering weighs up in the Sport mode, making it feel engaging to drive. But you do hear the engine more in the Sport mode which is a good tradeoff for a fun-to-drive nature. Meanwhile, the Comfort mode is the middle ground and so you could leave the car in the Comfort for your everyday driving.

    Right Rear Three Quarter

    Ride and Handling

    Front View

    Hyundai seems to have struck the right chords with the ride quality of the Tucson. Riding on 225/55 R18 section tyres, the Tucson’s suspension set-up manages to absorb everything in its way without any fuss. Even at slow speeds, the irregularities are barely noticeable. We even put it through some crater-sized potholes which it treaded over without a sweat. And those sharp bumps and creases don’t send a thud inside the cabin either. As the speed increases, the Tucson manages to flatten out the undulations and highway road joints with ease. Moreover, the body movement in this five-seater SUV is well under control and doesn’t cause the passenger any discomfort.

    Left Side View

    As for the steering, we found it to be on the heavier side, especially at low speeds. But it does get better at higher speeds. And there’s also slight vagueness off the dead centre. But beyond that, the steering feels direct and responsive. It’s also quick, going less than two-and-a-half turns lock-to-lock. As for the brakes, they failed to impress due to their lack of bite and feel. We think the Tucson deserves a better set of brakes to make the best use of those 180 horses. 

    Left Rear Three Quarter

    Lastly, this top-spec Tucson comes with electronically-lockable 4x4 hardware which includes ‘automatic traction cornering control’. This simply controls the power sent to the rear wheels depending on the traction available on the road surface. We didn’t get a chance to try the off-roading prowess of the Tucson, so that’s something for the next time.

    Interior Space and Quality

    Dashboard

    Step inside – which is easy, not ‘walking-in’ easy, but fairly easy – and the Tucson’s all-black cabin looks familiar. Many elements here are shared with other Hyundai models. Nonetheless, the doors shut with an assuring thud and that gives you the feeling of an expensive Hyundai. Even fit and finish of materials used all around is top-notch and there are no complaints about that. There’s ample space up front, more than enough headroom for my height (I am 5’5), and even after an all-black treatment, the cabin feels airy. You get a good view outside which means visibility is another plus point. The large and comfortable seats offer ample support at all the right places. They are electrically adjustable too, but we think it needed more under-thigh support.

    Front Row Seats

    The leather-wrapped steering wheel feels the right size. It’s a practical cabin too, with more than ample usable space around the centre console, large door pads, and arm-rest storage. Even the centre console feels uncluttered and the buttons on it feel good to use as well. The floating touchscreen system uses the same interface as the one seen on the other Hyundai line-up, but the presence of physical buttons on either side add to its usability to a great extent.

    Rear Seats

    Moving on to the second-row seats, which again are easy to get into, and there’s more than sufficient legroom on offer. Here, the seats are comfortable with good support and the reclining backrest adds to it. There’s ample shoulder room for three to sit abreast and adequate headroom as well since you sit quite lower into the seat. All three passengers get adjustable headrest and middle one also has a provision of a three-point seatbelt.

    Bootspace

    Lastly, the massive boot space could carry a couple of large suitcases along with some smaller bags with ample room to spare for other knick-knacks. What’s more, the 60-40 split-seats can be folded down flat, should you want more space.

    Features and Safety

    Infotainment System

    Being a Hyundai, and the most expensive one at it, the new Tucson is loaded with all the bells and whistles you’d expect from an SUV in this segment. Its long list of features includes a full-size panoramic sunroof, dual-zone climate control, electrically adjustable front row seats, auto-dimming IRVM, cooled glovebox, wireless charger, and a tyre pressure monitoring system. Even the eight-speaker Infinity system sounds good. Adding to Hyundai’s BlueLink connected car tech are the various smartphone connectivity apps like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

    Sunroof/Moonroof

    On the safety front, the Tucson is equipped with dual front, side and curtain airbags, ABS and EBD with brake assist, hill start, and descent control. You also get convenient features like front and rear parking sensors with a reverse camera, but there’s no option of a 360-degree camera. It also misses out on cooled seats, which are sorely missed.

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    Tucson Colours

    Hyundai Tucson 2021 is available/sold in the following colours in India.

    Polar White
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    FAQs About Hyundai Tucson

    Q: What is the on road price of Tucson?

    The on-road price of Tucson in Delhi starts at ‎₹ 26.56 Lakh and goes upto ‎₹ 32.74 Lakh. The on road price is made up of ex-showroom price, RTO registration, road tax and insurance amount.

    Q: Which car is better between Tucson and C5 Aircross?

    Tucson price starts at ₹ 22.69 Lakh ex-showroom and It comes with 1999 cc engine. Whereas C5 Aircross price starts at ₹ 30.30 Lakh ex-showroom and It comes with 1997 cc engine. Compare the two models to identify the best car for you.

    Q: What is price of Tucson top model?

    Top model of Tucson is GLS 4WD AT Diesel and the ex-showroom for Tucson GLS 4WD AT Diesel is ₹ 27.47 Lakh.

    Hyundai Tucson User Reviews

    • Tucson GLS performance
      Buying experience is good and driving experience is fantastic and ultimate pickup. We like over all performance of the vehicle. After having so good pickup, still we are getting good mileage 16.5 average.
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      Riding this car feels that a big emperor entering the winning territory with victory . It feels me like a royal personality ( overall all exterior & interior is excellent with smooth soundless engine with high power torque riding this car on a long...
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    • Krishna
      Its was good and I have driven this tucson before model also and its has a great performance and low maintenance people I suggest to buy this car as it have a great 4 wheel drive experience.
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    • Great Family Car
      Car is very comfortable with great performance. But to attract buyers Price needs to be bit more competitive. As on Price is on the closer side to 30 lakh customer. I think any customer will be happy to pay up to 25 lakh on-road price for the diesel...
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    • Lovely tucson
      Good showroom staff Hyundai gives good quality driving experience was nice and their services and maintenance also nice the car Tucson is also very very nice am lucky for being a customer of hyundai
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    Hyundai Tucson Videos

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