What features in a new car are most important to you?
There’s a lot to weigh up, including a ton of recent advancements you may not have even seen before in a mid-sized SUV. So for starters, we’ve put some of the Tucson’s most exciting features below, to give your heart rate a bit of a boost.
Every 2019 Hyundai Tucson comes standard with:
Bluetooth audio and phone streaming plus Android Auto and Apple CarPlay to streamline functions. All models also get steering wheel audio, phone and cruise controls, reversing camera, six airbags, LED daytime running lights and automatic headlights.
But wait there is still more, all models also get downhill brake control, hill-start assist and Hyundai Auto Link connectivity -- a smartphone app that connects via Bluetooth and provides tyre pressure monitoring, driving history, speed statistics, vehicle health checks and more.
All models have roof racks as standard, with a 100kg load limit, and they can easily tow a jet ski with 750kg of unbraked trailer capacity (1500kg braked for petrol models).
All models come with a full-size spare wheel, double-extending front sun visors and acoustically laminated windscreens, the latter helping keep the cabin fairly well isolated from outside noises.
Other key items to consider include:
Boot space is at 488 litres (expanding to 1478 litres), which stacks up favourably with the CX-5. Capped-price servicing costs are worth consideration, with 2.0-litre petrol models costing $275 per service for the first three years (the 1.6 turbo-petrol is $295 and the diesel $385 for the same period). It's cheaper than a CX-5 at $303 for example.*
“Tucson name is certainly starting to resonate with virtues such as quality and value for money, without cutting corners”, Feann Torr – published August 17, 2018.
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*Comparison details from article written By Feann Torr – published on Carsales August 17, 2018 https://www.carsales.com.au/editorial/details/hyundai-tucson-2019-review-114169/