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Hyundai's fresh Tucson here

2008-09-23 12:53
Hyundai’s Tucson has been updated with a subtle exterior restyling and some interior refining.

Colour coded bumpers to selected colours of the 2-litre manual version and new inner headlamp lenses in clear finish are the slight exterior styling updated.  

Interior changes include an updated instrument cluster, a forward tilting headrest, single height adjuster for the front seats, and redesigned cup holders that feature better grip and reduce vibration.

Standard features on the Tucson include ABS & EBD, cruise control, power steering and central locking, electric windows, trip computer, luggage net, roof carrier, climate control, front loading CD & MP3 player, dual airbags, leather upholstery and alloy wheels.

The 2.0 CRDi and 2.7 V6 models feature all-wheel drive.  In normal driving torque is transferred primarily to the front wheels where the torque is split in 80/20 front to rear.

As the front wheel traction decreases, the power sent to the rear wheels will increase for better traction stability. When the 4WD lock button is pressed, the 4WD will engage permanently, as long as the vehicle speed is less than 30 km/h.

The new look Tucson also features Hyundai’s 5 year/150 000km full manufacturer’s warranty, as well as a 3 year/60 000km full maintenance plan.

Prices start from R226 900


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