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2020 Hyundai Tucson pricing and specs: AEB now standard range-wide

Hyundai Australia has announced details of the upgraded 2020 Tucson line-up, headlined by the range-wide inclusion of the company’s SmartSense package – provided you’re driving an automatic...

Hyundai Tucson Style Pack launches from $29,150

Hyundai Australia has announced a new Style Pack for the mid-sized Tucson SUV, which rolls out in showrooms this month. Essentially an accessories package, the Style Pack adds $1000 to the price of the entry-level Tucson Go, though Hyundai claims it contains over $3300 of extra value...

Hyundai Tucson N Line revealed - UPDATE

Hyundai Europe has revealed the Tucson N Line, complete with sport-themed cosmetic and trim enhancements. The first SUV to get an N Line variant, the Tucson gets redesigned bumpers, a new dark mesh pattern front grille with dark chrome surrounds, 19-inch alloy wheels, gloss black mirrors and rear spoiler, black-bezel headlights, model-specific LED daytime-running lights and darkened window frames for a more 'dynamic look'...

Hyundai, Kia recall 534,000 vehicles in the US for fire risk, Australia unaffected

Korean manufacturers Hyundai and Kia have expanded a safety recall in the United States over concerns of engine fires, across several older-generation model lines...

Hyundai Tucson N-Line teased

Hyundai is preparing to expand its N-Line trim in Europe, giving the warmed-over i30 a Tucson-based brother. The new Tucson N-Line looks likely to launch at the Geneva motor show next month, with a range "of motorsport-influenced details inside and out". Based on what we've seen, the car will get a more aggressive front-end treatment and unique alloy wheels, along with N-Line badging on its flanks...

Hyundai Tucson N coming with 253kW - report

Hyundai is reportedly preparing a hi-po N version of its popular Tucson to rival the likes of the Cupra Ateca. According to the UK's Auto Express, 'insiders' claim the Tucson N will pump out over 250kW and hit triple figures in 'under six seconds'...

Hyundai Tucson Special Edition announced

Hyundai Australia has released the Tucson Special Edition, which slots between the Elite and flagship Highlander in the mid-sized SUV line-up. Based on the Elite specification, the Special Edition adds several equipment items normally reserved for the Highlander, including 19-inch alloy wheels shod in Continental ContiSportContact 5 rubber, a 360-degree camera system, front parking sensors, trailer stability assist, an electrochromic rear-view mirror, solar control glass, and a black cloth headliner...

2018 Honda CR-V v Hyundai Tucson v Kia Sportage v Mazda CX-5 v Subaru Forester

Mid-2018 marked another milestone moment in Australian new-car sales. The mid-sized SUV displaced the small car as Australia’s favourite vehicle type in June. It happened again in August, September and October. It was perhaps only inevitable after SUVs started outselling passenger cars in 2017...

CarAdvice podcast 116: Chatting with Molly Taylor, and... did you order a Ranger Raptor?

Mandy Turner, Paul Maric and Mike Stevens join you this week. We encourage you to reach out to us at podcast@caradvice.com, and Matt did just that. He found a 2003 Proton Jumbuck with a Mitsubishi Lancer GSR 4G93t 1.8Lt turbo engine under the bonnet for sale. Check out the photos at the bottom of this article...

2019 Hyundai Tucson pricing and specs

Hyundai Australia has detailed pricing and specifications for the updated 2019 Tucson line-up, which brings fresh looks, new infotainment and the availability of active safety features across the range. As before, the Tucson range consist of four trim levels, though the base Active has been renamed Go, in line with the i30 hatchback's range opener...

2019 Hyundai Tucson to offer 48V mild-hybrid option – UPDATE

UPDATE (8/6/18): Hyundai Australia has issued a statement regarding the Tucson 48V hybrid. See bottom of article for details. Hyundai Motor Europe has confirmed it will offer a new 48V mild-hybrid system in diesel versions of the facelifted 2019 Tucson from later this year. Following sister brand Kia and the facelifted Sportage, the related Tucson will benefit from a 0...