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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
Hyundai haven’t released trim and equipment levels as yet.
The engineSee full engine specs
This has the same 148bhp and 0-62mph of 10.3sec as the entry-level petrol version (which is the only one without hybrid tech and only comes with a manual gearbox), but adds 48-volt mild hybrid technology (badged MHEV) for added efficiency and the option of a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox.
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