Brand New 2023 Hyundai Tucson uk deals

Compare brand new 2023 Hyundai Tucson prices and PCP deals with an average saving of £3024 from our dealers. Our 2023 Hyundai Tucson deals are quoted fully inclusive (On The Road) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises. Hyundai manufactures 21 model variants.

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Manual Petrol 1.6T-GDi 150 SS 5 1.6 150 156 £32540 Save £4307
DCT Petrol MHEV 1.6T-GDi MHEV 150 SS 5 1.6 150 148 £34350 Save £4611
Auto Petrol Hybrid 1.6h T-GDi 230 SS 5 1.6 230 131 £37060 Save £5347
Auto Petrol Hybrid 1.6T-GDi PiH 13.8kWh 265 SS 5 1.6 265 31 £40930 Save £5150
Manual Petrol 1.6T-GDi 150 SS 5 1.6 150 151 £30140 Save £3976
Manual Petrol 1.6T-GDi 150 SS 5 1.6 150 154 £31840 Save £4210
Manual Petrol 1.6T-GDi 150 SS 5 1.6 150 156 £34540 Save £4583
DCT Petrol MHEV 1.6T-GDi MHEV 150 SS 5 1.6 150 144 £31950 Save £4280
DCT Petrol MHEV 1.6T-GDi MHEV 150 SS 5 1.6 150 149 £36800 Save £4950
DCT Petrol MHEV 1.6T-GDi MHEV 150 SS 5 1.6 150 146 £33950 Save £4556
Auto Petrol Hybrid 1.6h T-GDi 230 SS 5 1.6 230 127 £34620 Save £4993
Auto Petrol Hybrid 1.6h T-GDi 230 SS 5 1.6 230 130 £36820 Save £5318
Auto Petrol Hybrid 1.6h T-GDi 230 SS 5 1.6 230 131 £39560 Save £5717
Manual Petrol 1.6T-GDi 150 SS 5 1.6 150 157 £34240 Save £4542
DCT Petrol MHEV 1.6T-GDi MHEV 150 SS 5 1.6 150 149 £36270 Save £4876
Auto Petrol Hybrid 1.6h T-GDi 230 SS 5 1.6 230 131 £38980 Save £5632
DCT Petrol MHEV 1.6T-GDi MHEV 180 SS 5 1.6 180 162 £39025 Save £5203
Auto Petrol Hybrid 1.6T-GDi PiH 13.8kWh 265 SS 5 1.6 265 31 £40930 Save £5150
Auto Petrol Hybrid 1.6T-GDi PiH 13.8kWh 265 SS 5 1.6 265 31 £43630 Save £5495
DCT Petrol MHEV 1.6T-GDi MHEV 180 SS 5 1.6 180 162 £38495 Save £5130
Auto Petrol Hybrid 1.6T-GDi PiH 13.8kWh 265 SS 5 1.6 265 31 £42850 Save £5395
Full length Hyundai Tucson video review with market value analysis

The Tucson used to be a budget-orientated choice in the mid-sized family SUV segment. No longer. There are four trim levels - 'SE Connect', 'Premium', 'N Line' and 'Ultimate' - and prices start at around £29,000.

Most Tucsons will be sold in the £30,000-£35,000 bracket that's becoming common for electrified crossovers in the mid-sized family SUV segment.

For the Plug-in hybrid variant, prices start at just over £39,000 for the base 'Premium' version, with a £2,700 extra fee for the plusher 'Ultimate' model.

With this fourth generation Tucson, Hyundai is aiming to move slightly away from comparisons with cheaper mid-sized crossovers like Nissan Qashqais and SEAT Atecas and closer to slightly larger, slightly pricier volume brand mid-size models like Volkswagen's Tiguan and the current Ford Kuga.

Doing that will involve not just sharper looks but a greater degree of technology - and that certainly been prioritised here. The twin 10.25-inch interior screens are one example of that, the central infotainment monitor not only including 'Android Auto' and 'Apple CarPlay' connectivity but also Google and Apple calendar integration, along with selectable user profiles.

There's also a 'last mile navigation' feature, meaning that if the driver won't be able to find a place to park actually precisely at his or her intended destination, further directions can be sent to their smartphone so that the final part of the journey can be finished on foot.

Live parking and traffic information is also included, thanks to up-to-the-minute Hyundai Bluelink telematics. And of course there are up-to-the-minute driver assistance safety features, including the company's latest 'Highway Drive Assist' semi-autonomous capability.

This can brake and accelerate the Tucson to keep it a pre-set distance from other motorists, using a 'Lane Follow Assist' system to keep the car in lane on major roads. There's even a 'Remote Smart Parking Assist' feature, allowing the car to be summoned from a parking spot via a button on the key..

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