The modelRead full review
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
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
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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