Hyundai has launched the new Tucson with 3 years unlimited warranty and roadside assistance. Apart from this, the company is also providing complimentary maintenance facility of 3 years or 30,000 kms. The most significant updates on the new Hyundai Tucson include a new design with ADAS Level-2 Autonomous Driving Technology.
Some of the key updates include a new grille with integrated LED DRL lights, triangular-shaped headlamps, new 18-inch dual tone alloy wheels, two-piece LED taillights, square wheel axles, redesigned rear windshield. Are included.
The interiors of the new Tucson have been given a completely new look. The cabin gets a new 4-spoke flat bottom steering wheel, full digital instrument cluster, 10.25-inch large touchscreen infotainment display and premium upholstery. After all these updates, now the Hyundai Tucson has become more advanced and full of features than before.
The new Hyundai Tucson uses the current model’s 2.0-litre petrol and diesel engines. It has been given the same 6-speed manual and 6-speed automatic gearbox as before. Let us tell you that the Hyundai Tucson is the company’s best-selling model in the global market.
Since its launch in 2004, the company has sold over 7 million units. The new Hyundai Tucson was launched in the US last year and is now gradually being launched in other markets as well.
Hyundai offers the new generation Tucson with a host of safety features including Smart Cruise Control, Blind-Spot Collision Avoidance System, Pedestrian Detection System. With the latest safety rating, the Hyundai Tucson joins the Korean carmaker’s Palisade and Nexo, which had achieved the top safety rating in the US.
The company is importing it into India through a Completely Knocked Down Unit (CKD), after which it is assembled at the local plant. Let us tell you that this month Hyundai has stopped the sale of Santro and Xcent Prime in India. According to media reports, the company had stopped production of both these models earlier this month. The reason for discontinuing the models is being told due to low sales and upcoming launch of new models.