Hyundai Tucson Review

Manufactured by a South Korean automobile manufacturer Hyundai, the Hyundai Tucson is a mini crossover SUV which came into production in the year 2004. The first generation of Hyundai Tucson started in 2004 and ended in 2009. Similarly, the second generation was produced from 2009-2015. And the third generation was launched on 3rd of March at Geneva Motor Show and possesses some noticeable changes.

The new Hyundai Tucson features highly strung outer look along with modern inner part which is much more commodious in comparison with its predecessors. Besides, the car comes with new properties like Lane Departure Warning System, Blind Spot Detection, Rear Cross-traffic Alert, Lane Change Assist, Backup Warning Sensors and Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB). The car too features Hyundai Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 design which was introduced in 2015.  Furthermore, Laxmi Intercontinental is the authorized dealer of Hyundai which has been looking after the sales and service of it’s cars.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 8,196,000 [For Tucson GLS Low Trim MT (Petrol)],

Rs. 9,196,000 [For Tucson GLS Low Trim (Diesel)],

Rs. 9,296,000 [For Tucson GLS High Trim (Petrol)],

Rs. 10,296,000 [For Tucson GLS High Trim (Diesel)]

Specifications

Dimension:

 Body Type
 SUV
 Basic Weight
 2080 kg ~ 2100 kg
 Length
 4475 mm
 Height
 1655 mm
 Wheelbase
 2670 mm
 Front Track
 NA
 Rear Track
 NA
 Ground Clearance
 172 mm

 

Engine:

Fuel Tank
 62 liters
 Cylinders
 4
 Valves Per Cylinder
 4
 Displacement
 1999 cc
 Max Power
 152 bhp @ 6200 RPM
 Max Torque
 192.2 Nm @ 4000 RPM

 

Dynamics:

Front Brakes
 Ventilated Disk, Floating – Caliper Brakes with Pads Wear Warning Devices
Rear Brakes
 Solid Disc – Floating – Caliper Brakes with Pads Wear Warning Devices
Front Wheels
 NA
Rear Wheels
 NA
Front Suspensions
 McPherson Strut Type
Rear Suspensions
 Multi-link

 

Transmission:

 Transmission
 Manual
 Number of Gears
 6

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