Hyundai Tucson is expected to debut in India by July 2020. Hyundai Tucson will get a rich interior and will be powered by a BS6-compliant 2.0-liter powerplant. New features include a connected car technology with a Krell powered sound system. The diesel unit will get an 8-speed automatic transmission instead of a 6-speed AT in the pre-facelift model. Petrol engine power is 152PS and the output of the diesel is 185PS.
Hyundai Tucson’s 2.0-liter diesel engine is expected to have a mild-hybrid setup. Based on the pre-GST taxes, the ex-showroom prices are already revised and gone down.
The starting price of Hyundai Tucson is 18.17 Lakhs, and 20.09 Lakhs as opposed to pre-GST. There will be a reduction of 1.92 Lakhs as well. SUV’s top variant stands at around 2.5 Lakhs cheaper with a cost of around 23.98 Lakhs. Prices are revised and revamped across variants.
It will continue to rival the Honda CR-V, VW Tiguan, MG Hector, and Jeep Compass when launched. The upcoming Haval F7 will also go up against the facelifted Tucson. Hyundai Tucson is a rival of CR-v, MG Hector, VW Tiguan when it will be launched. The starting price of Tucson starts at Rs. 18.13 Lakhs for these three variants. Also, insurances are marginally higher as the tax rates are revised as of now and stands at 18%.