A quick look at Hyundai Tucson


On November 14, Hyundai launched its latest SUV, Hyundai Tucson in the country. Since then, the company dealers have been busy attending calls and queries for the same vehicle which was once not received well, in 2005, when it made its first entry here. HYUNDAI has managed to win Indian Car of the Year Award consecutively for three years as a testament to the company’s hard work towards excellence.

Back then, when Tucson entered the Indian Market, there were not much followers as India was not yet ready for the trend of crossovers or a premium SUV from a brand as HYUNDAI. But the sustained commitment of the company towards delivering vehicles with better designs and performance seems to have won hearts of most Indians which is clearly evident from the Tucson bookings since its launch.Tucson has earned 200 plus bookings in few days’ time.

About Hyundai Tucson


HYUNDA came up with this third generation model skipping the previous one probably to grab the best of response with a completely new design. Hyundai Tucson revolves on the brand’s Fluidic Sculpture design and very much looks like a miniature of Santa FE at the first glance. The exterior of this premium SUV displays the aggressive stance that’s expected of this particular segment. Huge three slat grille with chrome borders that extend towards the double barrel projector headlamps highlighted by the long DLRs (Daytime Running Lamps) and a muscular bonnet adorn the front fascia. Matte finished silver scuff plates are generously provided on the front and rear bumpers as well as along the side skirts. The rear is very much in sync with the front as the tail lamps and LED brake lights look much similar to the headlamps pattern, accompanied by twin chrome exhaust pipes adding more sportiness to the vehicle.


The cabin looks gracefully furnished with a beige and black tone on its interiors, leather (top end variants) or fabric (base variants) upholstery, well-crafted dashboard, steering wheel with controls and many more impressive features like keyless entry, 10 way power adjustable driver seat and climate control. Rear appears more spacious and seats provide good thigh support with reclination. An 8 inch touch screen infotainment system with Apple Car Play and Android Auto connectivity, 6 speaker audio system, electronic tail gate control, electric parking brake and digital compass(on select variants), cruise control are few innovative features in the All New Hyundai Tucson.


Hyundai Tucson is available in both Petrol and Diesel trims. The four cylinder 2L Petrol engine delivers power of 152bhp and 192Nm of peak torque while the four cylinder 2L Turbo Diesel engine generates 182bhp and 400Nm of peak torque. Both trims are available in 6 speed manual and automatic gearbox. The NVH (Noise/Vibration/Harness) levels are maintained well especially noted on the Diesel trim. The presence of foam padding on its front fenders requires special mention as it has helped reduce the noise and vibrations inside the Tucson.


Hyundai never compromises on the safety standards while designing a vehicle, perhaps this could be one of the reasons why they won many accolades in all these years. Tucson comes with 2 airbags (standard) and 6 air bags (top variant), ABS and EBD (electronic brake force distribution), hill assist control, vehicle assist management and many more features.


Hyundai Tucson is priced at Rs. 18.99 to 21.79 lakh for the Petrol variant and Rs. 21.59 to 24.99 lakh for the Diesel variant (Both ex-showroom Delhi). It has been comfortably placed between Creta and Hyundai Santa Fe in terms of pricing.

Hyundai Tucson is definitely a value for money SUV that offers good cabin space, comfort and performance at its best. The success meter has already started ticking for this vehicle with more than 200 bookings in last couple of days. Unlike before, Hyundai seems to pull it off this time in launching Hyundai Tucson

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Honda WR-V ready to hit Indian roads on March 16th, 2017

Honda WR-V (Winsome Runabout Vehicle), the sub compact crossover was unveiled at the 2016 Sao Paulo Motor Show in Brazil. Now, Honda is about to launch the same here in the country on March 16th, 2017. As WR-V rolls here, India will earn the name for being the first country to produce and launch it in the world. Previously named as the Jazz Twist, this crossover is based on the company’s best seller Honda Jazz but is slightly longer and taller than the latter.

Mercedes Benz India announces plans to bring hybrid & electric car

As the Indian Government has been taking quicker and necessary steps to curb the growing pollution in the country, the automobile market too seems to be rapidly making moves alongside. This year, Indian Government planned to skip the implementation of BS-V norms altogether and is about to leap from BS-IV to VI in next four years, i.e. stricter emission norms by 2020.

Jeep Compass expected to be priced around 25 lakh

August 1st witnessed the launch of the iconic Jeep Grand Cherokee in India. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles which brought the brand to India as CBU (Completely Built Up) units with a heavy price tag had promised that they will soon launch a Made in India SUV at their new facility (JV with Tata) in Ranjangaon, Pune.

Isuzu MU-X launched in India at a starting price of Rs.23.99 lakh

MU-X, A new SUV from Isuzu Motors India was launched in India on Thursday replacing the MU-7 from their Indian line-up. This robust utility vehicle comes in two variants- a 4x2 variant priced at Rs.23.99 lakh and 4x4 variant at Rs.25.99 lakh (Both Ex-showroom Delhi). The MU-X shares its platform with the new-generation D-Max and rivals against the likes of Toyota Fortuner and Ford Endeavour. The MU-X had conquered the global market until March 2017 after which a facelifted version of the same was launched there. The facelift MU-X will reach India in another year or so, depending on how good the Indian markets welcome this model here.

2017 Maruti Dzire- Bookings open at Rs.11,000 token amount

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“The legend returns” is what they are saying. 20 years back, many families in India stepped into a lifestyle where cars were a necessity than a luxury. That’s when Hyundai Santro was launched, needless to say it attracted all nuclear families, with its tall-boy design and added features, something that was unseen in cars that came from the Maruti stable.

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