If you’re looking for a family SUV that’s got a roomy interior, a long equipment list and offers decent value for money, the Hyundai Tucson is a good shout. It’s just that it can’t quite match the comfort of a Nissan Qashqai nor the sportiness of a Seat Ateca.get the best price
Trim: N Line
The Tucson N Line may be one step above SE Nav in terms of pricing, but it’s several steps when it comes to upmarket looks. Apart from different bumpers and grille, the N Line Tucson also gets black roof rails and a lane-keep assist is added to the array of standard safety systems.
Engine: 1.6 CRDi 48V MHD 136
This version is fitted with automatic gearbox and has a bit more power making it just about acceptable in terms of performance.