Hyundai shows off its new Tucson with looks, smarts and technology beyond anything we’ve seen from the Korean car maker, and it’s arriving here next year. Hyundai’s SUV transformation continues, with the Korean car maker revealing its new fourth-generation Tucson, the brand’s most popular SUV and now it’s the most
Hyundai will unveil its new fourth-gen Tucson in one week, already touting its capabilities. Hyundai has shown off a camo-clad version of its new Tucson testing in Europe with a trailer in tow. The new generation model will be fully revealed soon and land in Australia in 2021. The design
Hyundai isn’t wasting time doing all it can to be number one. It costs a lot of money to make a minor change on a vehicle and so the extreme makeover for the fourth-generation Tucson signals the fierce determination and resources Hyundai is dedicating to topple top-selling Japanese SUVs like
Hyundai’s new Tucson is reportedly ready to reveal next month, and N models are under testing. Reports out of South Korea this month have begun talking up proposed power outputs of the upcoming Tucson N-Line and a high-performance Tucson N, which will follow a full 2021 Tucson reveal next month.
A significant change in styling and upmarket appointments is expected from the next-gen Hyundai Tucson.
The refreshed 2020 Hyundai Tucson has arrived in Australia with a new Active variant while the range has been trimmed to four models.
The Hyundai Tucson N Line has been revealed in Europe, joining the i30 as the latest vehicle from Hyundai to get the “dynamic trim” treatment – no word on whether it’ll come to Australia.
The Hyundai Tucson N-Line has been teased ahead of its reveal at the Geneva Motor Show in March, along with news the SUV would get a 48V mild-hybrid powertrain too.
Isaac Bober’s 2019 Hyundai Tucson Active X review with price, specs, performance, ride and handling, ownership, safety, verdict and score.
Dean Mellor’s 2019 Hyundai Tucson Review With Pricing, Specs, Performance, Ride And Handling, Safety, Verdict And Score.
The 2019 Hyundai Tucson is on-sale this month with a new-look front-end, a new entry-level variant, active safety available across the range and a driveaway price starting from $27,990.
The refreshed 2019 Hyundai Tucson has been revealed ahead of its arrival in Australia towards the end of this year.
The refreshed Hyundai Tucson is on-sale now boasting a beefier 2.0L engine and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity.
Isaac Bober’s 2016 Hyundai Tucson Highlander review with pricing, specs, ride and handling, safety, verdict and score.
Hyundai has announced it’s working with Biscotto Engineering on a 500kW 2016 Hyundai Tucson to be revealed at SEMA 2015 in November.