The New Hyundai Tucson in dealerships around Australia.
Hyundai’s new Tucson SUV will be available nationwide from tomorrow August 1.
Replacing the Hyundai ix35, the slightly longer and wider 2015 Hyundai Tucson contains new features with pricing that starts from $27,990.
Some of the new inclusions across the Hyundai Tucson range comprise of proximity smart key and smart power tailgate, 7-speed dual-clutch transmission, LED headlights and static bending lights and reversing camera as standard.
Other safety features like lane assist and lane departure warning, rear cross traffic alert and autonomous emergency braking.
The Tucson is offered in four variants; the Active and ActiveX, both with a 2.0L petrol engine and the option of auto or manual; and the AWD Elite or Highlander, available in either a 1.6L turbo petrol with dual-clutch or a 2.0L turbo diesel auto priced from $38,240.
Apple CarPlay and the entry-level Hyundai Tucson Active will only be made available later in the year.
Interested in a new Hyundai Tucson? Check out our launch review of the new Hyundai small SUV here.