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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
Apart from different bumpers, grille, bigger 19in alloy wheel and sports suspension (both of which hurt the ride) the N Line gets heated front seats, leather/ suede trim, front and rear parking sensors, keyless entry and traffic sign recognition.
The engineSee full engine specs
Our pick of the range is the turbocharged 1.6 T-GDi 177 petrol, which produces 175bhp, pulls strongly from 1500rpm and revs cleanly to its red line. It will cover 0-62mph in 9.2sec with a six-speed manual gearbox, or 8.9sec if you plump for the seven-speed automatic. That's about the same acceleration as a Skoda Karoq 1.5 TSI 150, and a touch sprightlier than the Peugeot 3008 1.2 Puretech 130.
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