Hyundai Tucson A Smartly Priced Powerful and Modern SUV
Hyundai, after a long generation gap, brought Tucson back to India. The SUV was first launched in the year 2005 and it was a vehicle that was much ahead of its time. Sadly, at that time it didn?t flourish well as the Indians were not ready to pay around Rs. 15 lakh on a compact SUV. But now the time has really changed and compact SUVs are dominating the market. Hyundai has already conquered the auto market with bestselling compact crossover Creta and they also have Santa Fe, so to fill up the gap, they brought back Tucson to India. Now, in its third generation, Tucson gets Fluidic styling which tones down a bit on the swoops and curves making it more pleasing to the eyes. The front fa�ade gets hexagonal grille with multiple chrome slats, sloping roofline, wraparound LED tail-lamps and swooping headlamps. Like all other Hyundai offerings, Tucson also gets premium cabin loaded with features. The dashboard is adorned with the large touchscreen display followed by two-zone climate control unit. Feature list also includes cruise control, powered tailgate, electrically foldable and retractable wing mirrors and push start button. Hyundai Tucson on safety scores a perfect 5-star rating in the Euro NCAP crash test. New Hyundai Tucson sources its power from 2.0L diesel mill that can churn the output of 182bhp and maximum torque of 400Nm. Its 2.0L petrol engine can generate power output of 153bhp and yields the peak torque of 192Nm. The carmaker has priced this vehicle smartly which not only undercuts Honda CR-V but also a viable option for people who want a more feature packed and powerful vehicle than Creta and Jeep Compass. The car is fully equipped with a generous amount of space and powerful engine underneath. So, it?s a modern and perfect all-rounder SUV for your daily city commute and odd weekend getaway.
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