Hyundai has officially announced the pricing list for the third generation of the Tucson in the United Kingdom.
According to the car manufacturer, the cheapest version of the crossover is available from 18, 695 GBP and it is the S. Standard items found on it include the 16-inch alloy wheels, the automatic headlights, the DAB radio, the air conditioning, the USB, AUX and Bluetooth, amongst others. Next in the lineup comes the SE, available from 20,495 GBP, adding the heated front seats, the rear parking sensors, the dual-zone climate control, the Lane Keep Assist, 17-inch wheels and so on.
The 2016 Hyundai Tucson SE is being followed by the SE Nav, coming in from 21,295 GBP. This is getting the SLIF (Speed Limit Information System), making use of the front camera and satellite navigation system to detect the road speed signs and to offer a real-time speed limit info. The model is also getting the 8-inch touch screen display with sat-nav, along with the shark fin antenna and a rearview camera. The Tucson Premium is following and it starts from 25,045 GBP, bringing the heated rear seats, the leather upholstery, autonomous emergency braking, blind spot detection, rear cross traffic alert, 19-inch wheels and others.
Last but not least, the Premium SE is coming in from 28,345 GBP adding the panoramic sunroof with electric slide and tilt, ventilated front seats, electric tailgate, heated steering wheel, keyless smart entry and more. Engine options include the 132 HP 1.6L GDi, the 116 HP 1.7l CRDi and the 136 HP & 185 HP 2.0l CRDi, connected to either a 6-speed manual, a 7-speed automatic or a 7-speed dual clutch. FWD is standard and AWD is optional. The model will be arriving at dealerships this September.