The Hyundai Tucson has a fantastic reliability record and a top-notch warranty offer, plus it has roomy rear seats. But rivals are much better to drive, with quieter and cleaner engines, and are plusher inside, too. Overall, the Tucson’s weaknesses prevent it from challenging the best cars in the class.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 TGDi 177
We are yet to try out this variant
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