Till date, 7 genuine users have shared their reviews on Hyundai Tucson. Of which, 6 Users are happy with the Hyundai car whereas 1 Users feel otherwise, while 0 Users choose to remain neutral.
Look and Style: Definitely the best-looking car in its class. The new fluidic design embraced by Hyundai for even Elantra and Sonata is clearly a cut above the rest. Right from the front headlamps to the sides and to the rear lamps is a wonderful symphony of design excellence. The interiors take you to a totally another level and clearly stands out vis a vis other cars in its class like City, Vento, Fiesta and now Scala. Comfort: Absolutely comfortable. Superb ride quality be it while drivin
FULL OF LIFE Whether you are running errands around the city or planning a getaway out of town, the 2017 Tucson is more than just a mode of transportation; it’s your sidekick to living life. The compact size helps make parking in tight city spaces effortless, the spacious interior can hold up to 1,752 litres of your cargo for epic trips, and the two available engines offer exceptional fuel efficiency. With styling led by our Frankfurt, Germany design centre, the European origins of t
Hyundai has re-introduced the Tucson in India in an all-new avatar.The all-new Tucson has been launched carrying a introductory price tag of Rs 18.99 lakh for the base petrol variant, and Rs 24.99 lakh for the top-spec diesel variant (ex-showroom, Delhi). Design and Styling Everyone has their baggage and for the Tucson, it’s the awkward styling of both its predecessors – the 1st gen that was sold in India and the 2nd gen a.k.a the ix35 that wasn’t. One look at this new SUV, though, and you
Remember the first Hyundai Tucson? You probably won’t. It went away as quietly as it came and in the five years it was around, Hyundai managed to sell only a piffling 1,810 units. The Tucson was one of Hyundai’s rare flops, not because most people struggled to pronounce the name right (it’s not ‘Tuck-son’ but ‘Too-sawn’ after the city in Arizona) but because it was the right product at the wrong time and possibly at the wrong price. The Tucson, the only diesel soft-roader when it was launched in
This is the third-generation of the Tucson that was unveiled globally for the first time in February 2015. Like its other siblings, it is also based on the company's Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 (FS2.0) design philosophy, which has been well appreciated in our country. The new Tucson looks quite similar to the Santa Fe and shows off its similar muscular and modern appearance. While the fascia sports Hyundai’s signature hexagonal grille and swept back LED head-lamps with LED DRLs, the side profile w
how can hyundai price tucson in such a manner, how can u spend 22 lakh exshowroom on suv which has some basic features missing. top end variants do not come with manual trasmission, this is pathetic. HYUNDAI need to rethink about pricing tucson.
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Look and Style : Great. Comfort : Good Pickup: Good Mileage: Good 13-14 Kmpl (I drove on the h
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Look and Style: Excellent. This is its best feature, style and looks make it adorable. Comfort: Goo
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