The Hyundai Tucson is the Korean brand's latest try. It's the successor to the ix35, and takes a new name (or at least re-adopts the name used until 2009) because Hyundai didn't want it to be saddled with the baggage associated with the laudable, but not especially likeable, car that went before it.
Where the ix35 stood out for being spacious, well priced and laden with standard equipment, the Tucson is designed to add a level of lustre to the equation, from its more expressive styling to its more luxurious, tech-laden interior.
Hyundai is also offering a wide line-up of models to try and attract as many people as possible: buyers can pick from petrol and diesel engines, some of which are available with four-wheel drive and automatic gearboxes. plus there are five spec levels, ranging from entry-level S to flagship Premium SE.
Read on over the next few pages for everything you need to know if you're considering a Hyundai Tucson, including which engine, trim and options to go for.