|Hyundai Tucson IV||
2020 - SUV|
Power: from 116 to 261 Hp | Dimensions: 4630 x 1865 x 1666 mm
|Hyundai Tucson III (facelift 2019, China)||
2019 - 2020 SUV|
Power: 130 Hp | Dimensions: 4545 x 1850 x 1670 mm
|Hyundai Tucson III (facelift 2018)||
2018 - 2020 SUV|
Power: from 115 to 185 Hp | Dimensions: 4480 x 1850 x 1655 mm
|Hyundai Tucson III||
2015 - 2018 SUV|
Power: from 116 to 185 Hp | Dimensions: 4475 x 1850 x 1656 mm
|Hyundai Tucson II||
|Hyundai Tucson I||
2004 - 2010 SUV|
Power: from 112 to 173 Hp | Dimensions: 4325 x 1830 x 1730 mm
The combined fuel consumption of first-gen Hyundai Tucson varies from 9l/100km to 10l/100km depending on engine’s modification. The third generation of the vehicle offers fuel efficiency of 4.7l/100km to 7.6l/100km, that depend on motor’s type. The data concerning facelift version from 2018 is still very poor – we only have information that the 1,6-litre petrol engine is offered with consumption from 7,2l/100km to 7,9l/100km. The bigger motor’s fuel efficiency is still unknown.
Hundai Tucson has two generations. First one is known as Hyundai Tucson I (produced from 2004 to 2010), then the next-gen Tucson III is in production from 2015 to 2018), and there is a facelift og the Tucson III in 2018. The second generation is missing, because actually it was released under another model name – Hyundai ix35
In 2018 Hyundai released a facelift version of the third Tucson’s generation. It offers a range of six engine modifications, some of them with option for AWD, DCT or Automatic gearbox.
Combining upscale materials with a first-class look, the new Tucson is a real high-end SUV. Interior space for passengers is noteworthy. The cabin is quiet too, keeping road and wind noise to a minimum. Hyundai lets the Tucson’s semi-luxurious qualities shine, consciously putting the sporty side of things on the backburner. A lot of automotive sites rank Hyundai Tucson at their top 10 SUV list. So, we can definitely say that this is very good car to buy.