The full details on the 2016 Australian Hyundai Tucson have been released by the carmaker as the vehicle will arrive in showrooms on the 1st of August.
The 2016 Hyundai Tucson starts from 27, 900 AUD on the Active trim level, with a 2.0 liter MPi engine, two-wheel drive and a 6-speed manual, but for an automatic version, customers will have to pay 30,490 AUD. Next in the lineup comes the Tucson ActiveX 2.0 GDi petrol 2WD, equipped with a 6-speed manual, costing 30,490 AUD. Again, for the 6-speed automatic, customers will have to pay more, 32,990 AUD. The Tucson Elite comes next and it is being offered with the 2.0 MPi petrol 2WD six-speed automatic from 35,240 AUD.
For the 1.6 T-GDi petrol AWD 7-speed DCT automatic, customers will have to pay 38,240 AUD and the 2.0 CRDi diesel AWD with a 6-speed auto costs 40,240 AUD. The range-topping Tucson Highlander can be yours from 43,490 AUD for the 1.6 T-GDi petrol AWD seven-speed DCT automatic and from 45,490 AUD for the 2.0 CRDi diesel AWD. Standard features found across the Active range are yet to be announced but we do know that the version following it, the ActiveX, is being offered with 18-inch alloy wheels, ESC, 6 airbags, rearview camera, LED DRLs, rear park assist, automatic dusk sensing headlights, front fog lights, leather wrapped seats, premium steering wheel and gear knob, 7.0-inch touch screen audio, roof rails, cruise control and more.