The first-generation Hyundai Tucson was released in 2004 sharing the same platform with its sibling the Hyundai Elantra. The second generation was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2009. The third generation debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in 2015 presenting two concepts: a diesel-powered plug-in hybrid model and a diesel-powered hybrid electric type.
Locally, the all-new Hyundai Tucson was presented in April 2015 and is currently offered in four variants.
Its front flaunts the iconic hexagonal grille with chrome highlights paired with modern-looking projector-type headlamps.
Its athletic body, measuring 4,480mm long, 1,850mm wide, and 1,160mm tall is designed with the right amount of character lines and curves. Top of the line variants are equipped with roof rails, mudguard, electric folding outside rear view mirror, and front fog lamps.
The design of its rear is subtle and it features an efficient pair of LED tail lights and reflectors.
Standard variants are fitted with a set of 17-inch alloy wheels while high-end versions come with 18-inch alloy wheels.
Standard to all variants is the beige and black color scheme, lamps on the center, and luggage area, storage box affixed with cup holders, and a trip computer featuring displays for fuel consumption, distance to empty, vehicle speed, trip distance, and elapsed time.
Top of the line variants are affixed with a driver’s seat with lumbar support and can be powered-adjusted in eight ways depending on their preference.
The rear seats covered in fabric offer a good space for three passengers.
This crossover is built with either a seven-inch or a 3.5 Mono TFT floating audio display that can be connected through USB, AUX, and Bluetooth.
Safety is guaranteed as it comes with dual front airbags, an anti-lock braking system, electronic stability control, and rear parking assist system.
This reliable SUV is built with an engineered and tested body structure equipped with a McPherson Strut suspension at the front and multi-link type at the rear.
There are two engine choices for the Hyundai Tucson: a 2.0-liter MPi gasoline engine paired with a six-speed automatic or six-speed manual transmission that produces 152hp with a torque of 192Nm and a 2.0 eVGT diesel engine matched with an eight-speed automatic transmission that generates 182hp and torque of 402 Nm.
Manual | Gasoline | 5 seats
Automatic | Gasoline | 5 seats
Automatic | Diesel | 5 seats
Automatic | Diesel | 5 seats
When it comes to the price, a brand new Hyundai Tucson could cost you ₱ 1,885,000 for the top-of-the-line Hyundai Tucson GLS 2.0 CRDi FWD AT or at least ₱ 1,368,000 for the entry-level Hyundai Tucson GL 2.0 FWD MT. Still too pricey? Philkotse.com also offers a wide range of second hand Tucson cars for sale by either private sellers or car dealers across the country.
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Car price: ₱1,308,000
Car price: ₱1,310,000