Hyundai Puts a Price Tag on the Latest Tucson, Here's How Much the Updated Crossover Costs

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Hyundai has announced the specifications and pricing for the latest iteration Tucson in the United Kingdom. The 2024 compact crossover is available in five trim levels, with internal combustion, self-charging hybrid and plug-in hybrid power, and it is already up for grabs.
The lineup starts from £32,000 ($40,328) with the base Advance, almost £5,000 (¬$6,300) pricier than the rivaling Nissan Qashqai. This model comes with 17-inch alloys, LED front and rear lighting units, parking sensors at both ends, rear privacy windows, and keyless entry. Inside, it has cloth upholstery, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, customizable lighting, USB-C sockets, and a few other bits and bobs.

From £34,500 ($43,479), the Premium becomes available with its branded metal scuff plates, 18-inch alloys, heated front and rear seats, cloth, and leather upholstery, heated steering wheel, electric tailgate, rear window sun blinds, a Krell audio system, a wireless charging pad, etc. It also gets a junction turning function for the forward collision avoidance assist, and on the DCT (dual-clutch) and Hybrid models, adaptive cruise control with stop&go and highway drive assist.

Further up the range, we find the N Line variant of the 2024 (2025 in North America) Hyundai Tucson, sporting a few exterior updates, body-colored wheel arches, and exclusive 19-inch wheels. The Korean automaker says that this grade also gets N Line seats in textile faux suede, red accents, a red ring around the push-start button, and a few other things. Pricing starts at £34,500 ($43,479) for this variant, identical to the Premium.

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Priced from £37,000 ($46,630), the N Line S builds on the normal N Line. It adds matrix LED headlights, a panoramic sunroof with tilt and slide functions, heated and ventilated seats at the front, heated rear seats, a Krell premium audio, and heated steering wheel. In the safety department, the DCT and Hybrid feature blind spot monitor, surround view monitor, park distance warning, and parking collision avoidance assist.

Rounding off the crossover's facelifted iteration lineup is the Ultimate trim level. It kicks off at £37,000 ($46,630), builds on the Premium, and adds matrix LED headlights, 19-inch alloys, memory function for the driver's seat, ventilated front seats, optional leather in Black, Moss Gray or Cypress Green, and several safety gizmos identical to the ones found on the N Line S.

Base models get a 1.6L gasoline engine with turbocharging, a six-speed manual transmission, and front-wheel drive. The mild-hybrid seven-speed auto is available with front and all-wheel drive. The Hybrid uses a six-speed automatic transmission and FWD and AWD, and so does the Plug-in Hybrid. Options vary depending on the selected trim level. As we already told you, the South Korean car manufacturer has already opened the order books for the facelifted Tucson in the United Kingdom yesterday (April 3, 2024).
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