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    Hyundai Tucson Price

    Hyundai Tucson price for the base model starts at Rs. 29.02 Lakh and the top model price goes upto Rs. 35.94 Lakh (Avg. ex-showroom). Tucson price for 8 variants is listed below.

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    1999 cc, Petrol, Automatic (TC), 154 bhp
    Rs. 29.02 Lakh
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    1999 cc, Petrol, Automatic (TC), 154 bhp
    Rs. 31.52 Lakh
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    1997 cc, Diesel, Automatic (TC), 184 bhp
    Rs. 31.55 Lakh
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    Rs. 31.67 Lakh
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    Rs. 34.25 Lakh
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    Rs. 34.40 Lakh
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    Rs. 35.79 Lakh
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    Rs. 35.94 Lakh
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    Hyundai Tucson Car Specifications

    PriceRs. 29.02 Lakh onwards
    Engine1997 to 1999 cc
    Fuel TypePetrol & Diesel
    TransmissionAutomatic
    Seating Capacity5 Seater

    Hyundai Tucson Summary

    Price

    Hyundai Tucson price ranges between Rs. 29.02 Lakh - Rs. 35.94 Lakh depending on the variant selected.

    When was the Hyundai Tucson launched?

    The updated Hyundai Tucson was launched on 1 April, 2023.

    What variants does the Hyundai Tucson get?

    The Tucson can be had in two variants – Platinum and Signature.

    What features are available in the Hyundai Tucson?

    Exterior:

    On the outside, the new Hyundai Tucson gets an all-new design with a dark chrome front grille, integrated LED DRLs, LED headlamps mounted in a triangular cluster on either side of the new bumper, contrast-coloured skid plates, and new 18-inch dual-tone alloy wheels. It also receives roof rails, an integrated spoiler that hides the rear windshield, a toothy design for the LED taillights, a rear Hyundai logo on the windshield, and an LED light bar running the length of the boot lid.

    Interior:

    The interior of the fourth-gen Hyundai Tucson comes equipped with dual 10.25-inch screens each for an infotainment system and digital instrument cluster.  Moreover, it also gets BlueLink connectivity, ventilated and heated front seats, a panoramic sunroof, wireless charging, and cruise control. Apart from this, the Tucson also sports dual-zone climate control, ADAS, drive modes, multi-terrain modes, electrically adjustable front seats with height adjustment, and a powered tailgate.

    What are the engine, performance, and specifications of the Hyundai Tucson?

    The fourth-gen Hyundai Tucson is powered by 2.0-litre petrol and diesel engines. The former, which is paired with a six-speed automatic unit, produces 154bhp and 192Nm of torque, while the latter, which sends power to the wheels via an eight-speed automatic unit, is tuned to produce 184bhp and 416Nm of torque. A 4WD system will be limited to the top-spec diesel variant of the SUV. This engine is now RDE and BS6 Phase 2-compliant.

    Is the Hyundai Tucson a safe car?

    Hyundai has not tested the Tucson for any safety ratings yet.

    What are the rivals to the Hyundai Tucson?

    The rivals to the Hyundai Tucson include the Jeep Compass, Citroen C5 Aircross, and the Volkswagen Tiguan.

    Last update on: 18 August, 2023.


    How is the Hyundai Tucson car?

    • Pros

      • A high rider with modern styling that looks attractive.
      • Beautiful and modern cabin with excellent quality levels.
      • Has a comprehensive list of comfort and safety features.
      • Refined motors that are quicker than they feel behind the wheel.
      • Hyundai has a strong dealership, workshop and spares network.
    • Cons

      • Although well-conceived, its asking price is steep.
      • Seven-seat option would have boosted its value quotient.
      • Tucson nameplate hasn't enticed India over the years.

    Hyundai Tucson 2023 Verdict

    Overall Score

    8

    / 10

    The new Hyundai Tucson might come across as expensive, but then it also offers a lot more than its competition.

    Hyundai Tucson Car Review

    The latest Tucson aims to offer everything a buyer can expect from a premium SUV. So how good is the new Tucson? Let’s take a look.

    What is it?

    8

    / 10
    Front View

    The Hyundai Tucson has been around for a long time now and even though it hasn’t been a big seller, Hyundai has made sure it is constantly updated. Hyundai still believes that there is a market for a premium five-seater SUV and even more so now with consumers looking to spend their hard-earned money. The latest Tucson aims to offer everything a buyer can expect from a premium SUV. So how good is the new Tucson? Let’s take a look.  

    What’s new inside and what's on the feature list?

    8

    / 10
    Dashboard

    If the exteriors weren’t enough, the Tucson’s interiors are just phenomenal. The low-slung dashboard not only allows for a clear view of the road but is also designed beautifully. It’s an amazing amalgamation of straight lines and curves along with top-notch quality. The dual-tone dashboard gets piano black and aluminium inserts that look and feel rich. There is also a cloth-like insert running across the dash that adds to the premium factor. The highlight of the dashboard is the vent-like design that blends into the massive infotainment system. Now, these aren’t just for show but are actually vents for letting out diffused air. The 10.25-inch infotainment system and the aircon controls make it look like a giant screen. 

    Instrument Cluster

    Even the 10.25-inch digital cluster sits below the dashboard line and looks fantastic. Details are something that Hyundai has worked very hard on and it shows, giving the interiors of the Tucson a very premium feel. Even the seats get details like a metallic insert which looks great. Apart from looking good, the seats are also large and comfortable and offer excellent support. 

    Rear Seats

    The same applies to the rear bench too and the Tucson is as spacious as a five-seater can be. Even the boot at 540 litres is huge and can accommodate even more once the seats are folded with just the tug of a lever. On the features front, the Tucson is loaded and how. The 10.25-inch touch screen infotainment system is linked to a banging Bose audio system and gets wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. You also get a Home-to-Car Alexa and google voice assistant, multi-air mode, powered driver seat along with heating and ventilation for the front seats, panoramic sunroof, powered tailgate, wireless phone charging, and sixty-plus connected car features.  On the safety front, along with level 2 ADAS, the Tucson also gets six airbags, ESC, Hill decent and assist control, a 360-degree camera, and more.  

    Sunroof/Moonroof

    What’s it like to drive?

    7.5

    / 10
    Left Front Three Quarter

    The Hyundai Tucson will be available with two engine choices, a 2-litre petrol or a 2-litre diesel with us driving the latter. The R 2.0 engine is carried over albeit with a small bump in power. The Tucson now makes 185BHP and 416Nm of torque. Power is transmitted to all four wheels in the all-wheel drive variant or the front wheels in the two-wheel drive variant via the same 8-speed, torque converter gearbox. Now Hyundai diesels have always been a little noisy on the outside, but the Tucson sounds pretty quiet and it feels even more refined from the inside. 

    Left Rear Three Quarter

    On the move, the two-litre engine is extremely linear. I was expecting a sudden surge in power but there was none. Just a clean sweep of the tacho across the powerband. The Tucson is quicker than it feels with the refinement and linear power delivery masking all the drama. It gets to three-digit speeds very quickly and one has to show restraint on the right foot or end up paying a speeding fine. The eight-speed gearbox also works well but at times it does hesitate while upshifting especially when one is really burying the throttle. While you can use the gearbox in tip-tronic mode, we’re surprised Hyundai hasn’t offered paddle shifters in the Tucson. But driving in everyday conditions, the 416Nm of torque means there is power in abundance for all situations. Overtaking is as easy as pie and the Tucson sits comfortably, cruising at triple-digit speeds. The linear power delivery means it’s extremely easy to drive in town too and you don’t end up almost rear-ending the vehicle in front when the turbo spools up.  The Tucson also gets drive modes and three traction modes. The traction modes work well with the HTRAC all-wheel drive system which gives the Tucson the capability to explore the roads less travelled as well.  Since this was a first drive we had very limited time to explore the Tucson’s ride and handling. 

    Right Side View

    The Tucson does not boast a fancy suspension set-up. McPherson struts and a multi-link with coil spring make up the Tucson’s suspension. At slow speeds, the Tucson feels very compliant and takes in bumps very well, however, try going faster over the bad sections and the suspension gets noisy and the thuds do filter in. This isn’t your body-on-ladder SUV that is made to pummel the potholes into submission. The Tucson’s handling comes across as predictable and being a monocoque set-up, the it is made to munch the blacktop. It feels extremely stable at high speeds and the long sweeping corners are something that the Tucson enjoys. The steering feels light in normal mode but becomes considerably heavy when one switches into sport mode. While there isn’t much feel, the steering instils more than enough confidence to drive the Tucson hard. We will get a better idea of the Tucson’s ride and handling when we get it for a proper road test. The Tucson also gets a level 2 ADAS suite which includes forward collision avoidance, adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist, and more.

    How does it compare and what’s the price?

    7

    / 10
    Left Front Three Quarter

    First, let’s take a look at what the new Tucson compares against. For a while, Tucson has had no direct competition, but its closest competitors are the higher variants of the Jeep Compass and the Citroen C5 Aircross which comes in diesel only. Prices for the new Tucson start at Rs. 27.70 lakh for the petrol AT platinum variant while the top-end diesel AT signature variant is priced at Rs. 32.87 lakh. And finally, the 4WD variant which you see here comes in the top Signature variant only and is priced at Rs. 34.39 lakh which is slightly higher than the Volkswagen Tiguan. We think the Tucson’s toughest battle will be to convince buyers that this Hyundai despite the premium pricing offers everything one could ask for in a premium SUV and that Hyundai is just as capable as any other premium manufacturer out there to dish out top-notch luxury offerings.  

    Left Rear Three Quarter

    The new Hyundai Tucson might come across as expensive, but then it also offers a lot more than its competition. It looks fantastic, the interiors are spacious and boast top-notch quality, it’s loaded with features and also is the only car with level 2 ADAS amongst its peers. Also unlike, the C5 Aircross which only comes with a diesel option and the Tiguan which only gets a petrol engine, the Tucson provides both options.  All in all, the new Tucson comes across as a fantastic product from Hyundai, offering everything one can expect from a premium SUV in this price bracket and more. 

    Pictures by Kaustubh Gandhi

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    Hyundai Tucson User Reviews

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    (46 Ratings) 25 Reviews
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      Riding in the car was so premium like a luxury car. The interior was so premium, and the outside was subtle and classy. On-road performance was so good, the majestic beauty with good ground clearance and a nominal mileage in those premium futuristic cars.
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    • Good looking and performing
      The Tucson's broad lineup provides compact-SUV buyers with an abundance of choices, including some that elevate it with surprisingly luxurious touches. I have the old model but that is also really good serves me well
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    • Petrol Tuscon review
      Excellent car to drive. Handling is good. Steering is light for city traffic but you do get confidence at higher speed. The ADAS features are a big boon. Petrol felt a bit underpowered.
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    • Hyundai Tucson 2020: Less features at high price
      I purchased Tucson 2020 Petrol AT top end model in April 2022. This facelift version of Tucson which Hyundai had launched in 2019 lacks major features which are available in less priced Creta and Venue. This car is a very costly car and lacks seat ventillation, 360 degree camera and ADAS features. The mileage is in single digits. The newer model of Tucson is also very highly prices compared to a MG Hector which comes in with tons of features at a much lesser price. My recommendation is not to buy Tucson (New/old) and go for MG Hector instead.
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      Excellent SUV from Hyundai. Futuristic styling and amazing performance (diesel). I wished there were some more options for exterior colours. The price is on the higher side too. That's the biggest downside of India.
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    FAQs About Hyundai Tucson

    Price
    Q: What is the on road price of Hyundai Tucson base model?
    The on-road price of Hyundai Tucson base model is Rs. 29.02 Lakh which includes a registration cost of Rs. 302180, insurance premium of Rs. 143353 and additional charges of Rs. 2000.

    Q: What is the on road price of Hyundai Tucson top model?
    The on-road price of Hyundai Tucson top model is Rs. 35.94 Lakh which includes a registration cost of Rs. 474275, insurance premium of Rs. 170054 and additional charges of Rs. 2000.

    Performance
    Q: What is the real world mileage of Hyundai Tucson?
    The CarWale expert's tested mileage of Hyundai Tucson is 11.55 kmpl in city and 17.3 kmpl on highways.

    Specifications
    Q: What is the seating capacity in Hyundai Tucson?
    Hyundai Tucson has a seating capacity of 5 people.

    Q: What are the dimensions of Hyundai Tucson?
    The dimensions of Hyundai Tucson include its length of 4630 mm, width of 1865 mm and height of 1665 mm. The wheelbase of the Hyundai Tucson is 2755 mm.

    Features
    Q: Is Hyundai Tucson available in 4x4 variant?
    Yes, 2 out of 8 variants of Hyundai Tucson come with four wheel drive option.

    Safety
    Q: How many airbags does Hyundai Tucson get?
    The top Model of Hyundai Tucson has 6 airbags. The Tucson has driver, front passenger, 2 curtain, driver side and front passenger side airbags.

    Q: Does Hyundai Tucson get ABS?
    Yes, all variants of Hyundai Tucson have ABS. ABS is a great accident prevention technology, allowing drivers to steer while braking hard.

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