The Hyundai Tucson offers decent value for money, a long equipment list and roomy interior, but its ride and handling are lacklustre at bestread the full model review
Entry-level trim comes with a 7.0in touchscreen with DAB radio, Bluetooth Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as a reversing view camera, climate control and automatic headlights. It doesn’t feature sat-nav, but at least you can use your phone’s navigation app through the system. S Connect also comes with a great amount of safety kit as standard, so it’s the best-value trim in the line-up.
Engine:1.6 GDi Blue Drive
We have yet to drive this engine, but we expect you’ll need to work this entry-level naturally aspirated petrol very hard to make swift progress. It’s the cheapest way into the Tucson range, but CO2 emissions are high and claimed fuel economy is pretty poor. Available with a six-speed manual gearbox and two-wheel drive only, and you can’t have the top Premium SE trim.