The modelRead full review
Obviously, this is an early drive with many unknowns – because Hyundai hasn’t divulged all the details yet. We’ve also only driven what’s expected to be the top-spec trim and engine combination. However, the signs look very good if you’re after a spacious family SUV with the option of a punchy but frugal hybrid petrol engine. There are more comfortable and better-handling family SUVs, though.get the best price
The trimSee full equipment
Premium trim comes with 18in alloy wheels, keyless entry, electrically operated front seats, heated front and rear seats, leather trim, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, front and rear parking sensors, a Krell eight-speaker stereo, wireless phone charging, blind-spot warning and auto lights and wipers. It's quite pricey, though.
The engineSee full engine specs
Unfortunately, this mild-hybrid diesel engine feels out of puff at higher speed. The more powerful version is a much better bet
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