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Hyundai Tucson (2015–)

Last updated 12 July 2019

Length 4475 mm
Width 1850–2065 mm
Height 1645–1650 mm
Wheelbase 2670 mm
Boot Space 488–1503 L

Full specifications


The Tucson might be the smallest SUV in the Hyundai range, but you wouldn't think it when sitting inside the large and airy cabin. Indeed, the Tucson has a super interior, with lots of head and leg room for all passengers. What's more, most models get a flat 513-litre boot that can be extended to a useful 1503 litres by lowering the rear seats. Using the boot is easy with a low entry sill that prevents you from having to lift heavy items high to load up. 

Families will find the Tucson particularly useful, with lots of cabin space and storage. There are lots of areas to keep loose items, with deep door pockets, large cup holders and a handy set of hooks in the boot that lets you hang shopping bags without worrying about them falling over and scattering their contents all over the floor. 

The attention to detail is high, with a solid feel throughout the interior. As a result there's no worrying creaks or squeaks as you navigate bumpy roads. The dashboard layout is also neat and simple, with soft-touch materials covering the upper layer. However, the interior ambience is spoilt a little by dull and scratchy plastics that cover the lower dashboard and surround the climate controls and window switches.

The seats are comfortable though with good levels of support across the wide base and lower back. The cabin's long length also allows tall drivers to push the front seat quite far back, without hindering leg room in the rear. 

All Tucson models are well-equipped as standard with air conditioning, steering wheel audio and phone controls, DAB and electrically adjustable heated door mirrors. Hyundai expects the majority of Tucson models to be mid-range SE Nav trim and this gets some significant upgrades, with parking sensors, heated cloth seats and navigation - the latter operated by a large eight-inch colour touchscreen.

Standard Equipment:

S is the base trim and features 16-inch alloy wheels, body coloured door handles, mirrors and bumpers, rear spoiler with integrated LED brake light, LED daytime running lights, electric and heated door mirrors, cloth seats, air conditioning and automatic headlights with dusk sensor, Bluetooth, DAB, steering wheel audio and phone controls, luggage hooks and a tyre repair kit.

SE adds 17-inch alloy wheels, front fog lights, LED rear lights, rear parking sensors, heated front seats, driver's seat electric lumbar support, lane keep assist system (LKAS), projection headlights with static cornering lights, dual zone climate control, luggage net and a full-size alloy spare wheel.

SE Nav models get an eight-inch touchscreen satellite navigation system, reversing camera, Tom Tom Live services, shark fin antenna, speed limit information system (SLIF) which uses the front camera and information from the navigation system to identify road speed signs and display the speed limit in real time.

Premium adds 17-inch alloy wheels, leather upholstery, heated rear seats, front parking sensors, rear cross traffic alert, automatic windscreen wipers with rain sensor, autonomous emergency braking (AEB), blind spot detection (BSD) and heated rear seats (outer rear seats only).

Premium SE is the range topping model and includes a heated steering wheel, keyless smart entry with engine start/stop button, smart parking assist system (automatic transmission only), smart electric tailgate, LED headlights, panoramic sunroof with electric tilt and slide function and ventilated front seats.

List Price from £22,045
Buy new from £17,241
Contract hire from £186.00 per month

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