Two powertrain options for the new Tucson.There is no manual option available. However, automatic transmissions are available for the sole petrol and diesel engine options. Both are four-cylinder, two-litre engines that Hyundai offers in a variety of other vehicles across the globe. The petrol mill is a 1,999cc unit that produces 192Nm of torque and 156 PS of peak power. The Hyundai new Tucson’s naturally aspirated engine is mated to a 6-speed torque converter automatic transmission. On the other hand, the diesel engine feels more powerful. Not only does the 1,997cc engine have a better output of 186 PS and 416Nm of torque. But also the 8-speed automatic torque converter complements the engine’s inherent lively performance, providing quicker shifts more appropriate gear selection, and low-end torque.
QualityThe ride quality in the new Hyundai Tucson is a touch of blend with regard to execution. It is designed to be flexible, so it does a good job of absorbing road breaks and potholes. The 235/60 R18 MRF Wanderer tyres provide excellent grip and aid in enhancing ride quality. Space is saved thanks to the spare under the boot floor. The controlling wheel weighs up at high rates yet is light and simple to use in the city. All-wheel drive with snow, mud, and sand terrain mode selection and a 4WD lock were also available on the diesel model with the highest trim level, the “Signature.” The Eco, Normal, Sport, and Smart drive modes are accessible via a selector button on the centre console. Sport mode is one in particular that appears to convey any perceptible contrast in on-street execution. In conclusion, the new Tucson is no exception to Hyundai’s strategy of providing greater value for the majority of its vehicles. The top trim not only gets a lot of automated features in the cabin, but it also gets a lot of ADAS features, making it a Level 2 autonomous vehicle. In addition, the conditions in India will make use of many of the key functions.
- Lane keeping and following assist
- forward collision warning and avoidance
- adaptive cruise control, blind-spot warning and so forth.