The new Hyundai Tucson is due in showrooms in the coming months. Here's a small taste of what to expect.
While a new model isn't far away, the current Tucson's appeal lies in its no frills performance, fitness for purpose and good pricing.
Is the base diesel worth the $5300 jump over the petrol equivalent?
Fancy yourself a car enthusiast? While being an enthusiastic car owner and a good driver are both part of your overall street cred, a lot of it comes down to being able to talk the torque. And where many of us can come undone when showing off our automotive prowess is butchering the pronunciation of brand or model names as badly as Kim from Kath & Kim used to pronounce 'chardonnay' (she said 'kar-don-aye', for the record)...
Hyundai has boosted the Tucson Active X's safety credentials for 2020 with SmartSense as standard. But has a price rise cancelled the value benefit out?
The updated Hyundai Tucson Highlander is not only in its third generation but it's also a very polished contender in what is one of the most hotly-contested segments on the planet.
There's a lot to like about a front-wheel-drive Tucson with luxury levels of kit and a relatively reasonable price tag. But the naturally aspirated petrol engine with its six-speed auto transmission, well, that's another matter entirely.
The Tucson has been a big hit for Hyundai, but will a small change be enough for it to stay a sales success? Paul Maric finds out.
Hyundai has already shown an updated Tucson overseas, but there’s a way to go before the current model clocks off, presenting an opportunity to check out the Tucson Active X before it scores a refresh.
There's no doubt the Hyundai Tucson is a popular choice in the mid-size SUV segment, and the top-spec Highlander is the pick if you want all the fruit – and then some. But is it the best bang for buck?
Hyundai's 30 years in Australia is being celebrated with a special and limited edition Tucson, but is it worth it?