Hyundai Tucson Price List
Hyundai Tucson price starts at Rs 18 Lakh and goes upto Rs 25.44 Lakh. Petrol Tucson price starts at Rs 18 Lakh. Diesel Tucson price starts at Rs 20 Lakh. Hyundai Tucson comes in 5 colours & 6 variants available in India
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Colors of Hyundai Tucson
- Star Dust
- Pure White
- Sleek Silver
- Phantom Black
- Wine Red
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Hyundai Tucson User Reviews
Needs more ground clearance
I like the new Hyundai Tucson greatly but have a problem with it also. While is stunning to look at, very comfortable to sit in and drive and is very well equipped. It is also powerful so overtaking is very easy. My only concern is that despite
being an SUV the new Tucson has very less ground clearance. And this is a problem for driving in Haryana has the roads are not so good in lots of places and I have hit the underbody of the car twice already. Wish Hyundai could do something to increase the ground clearance of this SUV, after all this is also very important for us customers.
A lovely soft roader
The Hyundai Tucson I believe is the pinnacle of the soft roader in India. Almost anyone who buys an SUV in India buys it for looks and road presence and on that department the Hyundai Tucson excels rather well. With its sharp design lines, smooth
curves all blended together with upmarket design cues such as chrome elements and snazzy alloys means that the Tucson grabs eyeballs wherever it goes. Hyundai also makes its SUVs drive like cars rather than SUVs. And this works very well as they are easier to drive in the city and on highways. Like every other Hyundai car the Tucson comes very well loaded with features and the cabin is very spacious too. All said and done, I’m enjoying the attention this car gets me and it’s very comfortable to drive too.
Hyundai Tucson Highlights
SUVs are all the rage here in India, with the demand for these vehicles growing across the segments. A lot of manufacturers are focusing primarily on SUVs in India, with all forms and sizes of various types being launched. After the first-generation Tucson was discontinued, Hyundai finally decided to fill in the gap between the Creta and Santa Fe with the third-generation Tucson.
The 2016 Tucson carries the brand's Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 design pretty well. At the front, the dominating hexagonal grille looks pretty massive, and is flanked by a pair of sleek, swept-back headlamps with dual-barrel LED lights incorporated in them. The lower half of the bumper looks quite edgy and sporty. Viewed from the side, the wheel arches are mildly flared, and there's a strong character line that rises upwards as it flows to the rear, giving it a muscular look. Even the 18-inch alloy wheels look neat. At the rear, the slim tail lamps and large tail gate look really attractive.
The Hyundai Tucson variants for the petrol and diesel models are as follows: Nu 2.0 2WD MT, 2.0 2WD GL AT, 2.0 2WD GL (O) AT, 2.0 2WD GLS AT and R 2.0 2WD MT, 2.0 2WD GL AT, 2.0 2WD GL (O) AT and 2.0 4WD GLS AT. Features include an 8.0-inch touchscreen unit, steering mounted audio controls, Bluetooth, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, voice recognition, aux-in connectivity, parking sensors, auto-opening boot and a leather-wrapped steering among other goodies. On the safety front, it is equipped with ABS with EBD, six airbags, ESC, downhill brake control and hill start and brake assist.
The cabin of the Tucson is somewhat similar to that of the Creta's. The black-and-beige dashboard looks nice, and the dials are easy to read. There's also a 4.2-inch colour screen that shows the trip computer reading and a few other details. Fit and finish of plastics are quite good, and the leather-wrapped steering feels nice to hold. Space on the inside is in abundance. Leg room at the rear is never an issue, and the seat backs can be reclined as well. Even the front seats offer ample cushioning and impressive under thigh support. Boot space, at 513 litres, is more than sufficient for a couple of suitcases.
Engine Specifications & Performance
The Hyundai Tucson is powered by two engine options: a 2.0-litre petrol engine that makes 153bhp and 192Nm of torque, and 2.0-litre diesel engine that produces 182bhp and 400Nm of torque. Both engines come with the option of either a 6-speed automatic or manual gearbox. The petrol engine is best suited for the city, and the engine does sound a bit loud at higher speeds. The diesel engine, on the other hand, is quite powerful and has torque in abundance in the lower rev range, and it sounds pretty refined too, while the gearbox is a slick unit. Ride quality is really good, and the steering is well-weighted.
The Hyundai Tucson's ARAI-certified fuel efficiency figure is rated at 18.42kmpl for the diesel model and 13.03kmpl for the petrol model.
Ex showroom Price
Hyundai Tucson ex showroom price in New Delhi for the Tucson base model price variant (Nu 2.0 2WD MT) is ₹ 18.64 lakh (approx.), while the 2.0 2WD GLS AT Hyundai Tucson petrol price is ₹ 23.61 lakh (approx.), ₹ 22.34 lakh (approx.) is the Hyundai Tucson price for the R 2.0 2WD GL AT variant, while the automatic 2.0 4WD GLS AT Hyundai Tucson top model price is pegged at ₹ 26.85 lakh (approx.). The cost of Hyundai Tucson variants can be found on autoX, but we encourage our readers to contact the nearest authorised Hyundai dealership for the latest Hyundai Tucson on road price in India, as they will be able to help with the entire Hyundai Tucson price list that will include the Hyundai Tucson on-road price and ex-showroom price.