Hyundai's facelifted Tucson - the brand's best-seller - is priced from £21,845 in entry-level S Connect 1.6 GDI specification.
The pricing puts slightly lower than entry-level diesel versions of the Seat Ateca and Skoda Karoq, which £22,970 and £22,950 respectively. The new 48-volt hybrid version of the Tucson is available exclusively with a 2.0-litre engine in Premium and Premium SE specs, and starts at £32,945. The range-topping Premium SE 48V car is £34,945.
The brand pulled the wraps off its refreshed Tucson earlier this year in New York, where Toyota also unveiled its Tucson rival, the 2018 RAV4, Hyundai’s best-selling model gets a revised engine line-up with the aforementioned hybrid and new 1.6-litre diesel variants, more safety features and a lightly tweaked design.
The new car comes with a choice of two petrol and two diesel engines, with each certified to Euro 6c emissions standard and claimed to offer lower CO2 output and better fuel economy as a result.