Hyundai Tucson

  • 22.57 - 27.35 Lakh
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    0 - 18 kmpl
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Hyundai Tucson Key Specifications

  • Price

    22.57 Lakh onwards


    1995 to 1999 cc



    Fuel Type

    Petrol, Diesel

    Seating Capacity

    5 Seater

Quick Facts about Hyundai Tucson

Hyundai Tucson, a SUV, is available from 22.57 Lakh to 27.35 Lakh in India. Hyundai offers the latest Tucson in 5 versions in India. The base model GL (O) 2WD AT Petrol starts at 22.57 Lakh in Delhi and the top model GLS 4WD AT Diesel is priced at 27.35 Lakh in Delhi. If you are looking for 5 seater car then you should consider Tucson.

Tucson comes in 3 Diesel version(s), 2 Petrol version(s).

Petrol version comes with 1999cc engine capacity and automatic transmission mode(s). It generates 150hp power at 6200 rpm.

Diesel version comes with 1995cc engine capacity and automatic transmission mode(s). It generates 182hp power at 4000 rpm.

Hyundai Tucson comes in 4 colors which include Phantom Black, Starry Night, Typhoon Silver , Polar White.

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Hyundai Tucson Price List (By Variant)


GL (O) 2WD AT Petrol

1999 cc | Automatic
22.57 Lakh Check On Road Price

GLS 2WD AT Petrol

1999 cc | Automatic | 14 - 16 kmpl
24.25 Lakh Check On Road Price

GL (O) 2WD AT Diesel

1995 cc | Automatic | 16 - 18 kmpl
24.62 Lakh Check On Road Price

GLS 2WD AT Diesel

1995 cc | Automatic | 16 - 18 kmpl
25.96 Lakh Check On Road Price

GLS 4WD AT Diesel

1995 cc | Automatic | 16 - 18 kmpl
27.35 Lakh Check On Road Price

Hyundai Tucson Price in Popular Cities

25.97 - 31.52 Lakh
26.65 - 32.75 Lakh
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27.05 - 33.26 Lakh
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About Hyundai Tucson


Hyundai launched its updated compact crossover SUV, the Tucson in 2020. The car is now BS6 compliant, and it also gets some new features. The Tucson is available in four exterior colour alternatives - Polar White, Typhoon Silver, Phantom Black and Starry Night. Its diesel variant also comes with a four-wheel-drive system.



The SUV gets a large cascading grille and it also features LED projector headlights with integrated LED daytime running lights and static bending lamps while it comes with LED taillights and roof spoiler at the rear end. Moreover, there are additional features such as 18-inch alloy wheels, front and rear parking sensors with a reverse parking camera, roof rails, welcome lamp, a panoramic sunroof, an electric tailgate with a height adjustment function, heated outside rear-view mirrors, auto headlights and wipers and more.


It features a premium black cabin with leather upholstery for the seats, gearshift, central armrest, door armrests and the steering wheel. The Tucson is also offered with an eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Hyundai BlueLink connected car tech. The system supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Besides, there is an eight-speaker Infinity sound system too. Furthermore, it gets dual-zone climate control, cruise control, six airbags, ISOFIX child seat mounts, a wireless charging pad, USB ports, etc.


Engine and transmission

The Tucson comes with a 2.0-litre inline four-cylinder diesel engine paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission that makes 180bhp and 400Nm of torque while a 2.0-litre inline four-cylinder petrol engine produces 148bhp and 192Nm of torque and it is mated to a six-speed automatic.


Hyundai Tucson Expert Review

Santosh Nair
by Santosh Nair
Article's Main Image

Why would I buy it?

  • Handsome looks, feature-rich cabin
  • Diesel performance, the option of 4x4
  • Hyundai after sales and service

Why would I avoid it?

  • Expensive
  • Some rivals offer more aspirational value
  • Misses out on some features

Engine and Performance

Right Front Three Quarter

Just so that you know where I’m going with this, the 182bhp/400Nm 2.0-litre diesel in here makes 11bhp/50Nm more than the Jeep Compass Trailhawk. All that power is channelled into the four wheels through an eight-speed torque-converter automatic transmission. It’s a remarkably refined motor that’s not just silent whilst idling, but also on the go. Likewise, slow speed driving activities off the mark are actioned smoothly and progressively.

Left Side View

With a light foot, the gearbox shifts seamlessly between the 1,750-2,000rpm mark to serve ample grunt for most situations. And a slight dab on the pedal is all that’s required to get the Tucson charging ahead without any lag of sorts. Even quick overtakes need no planning whatsoever as the downshifts in kick-down are quick too. Likewise, the thick spread of torque throughout ensures that the Tucson can easily sustain highway speeds all day long.

Right Rear Three Quarter

Now, through the three pre-set drive modes, namely Eco, Comfort, and Sport, this Hyundai’s throttle and steering response can be altered. As one would guess, the engine responses are quite subdued in Eco mode to make it more frugal, and in Sport mode, the motor becomes sprightly and excited to stir up the related responses. It’s also in the Sport-mode that the transmission clings on to gears for longer.

Ride Quality and Handling

Right Side View

Even the steering weighs up in the Sport mode, making it more engaging to drive. But it feels a tad too heavy at lower speeds, to begin with. Plus, like with most Hyundais, the slight vagueness off the dead centre finds its way here too. Otherwise, it’s a fairly direct and quick one, this. Ride quality-wise, the Tucson’s suspension setup gulps almost everything that comes its way, regardless of the speed, with hardly any noise either. 

Left Rear Three Quarter

Body control, too, at speed is well within acceptable limits. And a large chunk of it has the ‘automatic traction cornering control’ to thank for. It controls the power sent to the rear wheels depending on the traction available on the road surface. Nonetheless, despite riding on grippy 225-section tyres, we expected more bite from the brakes.

Comfort, Convenience, and Features


Tucson’s all-black cabin is a familiar place to be; a consequence of the brand’s styling trickling down and the numerous elements that are shared with its siblings. But what stands out here are the doors shutting with a reassuring thud, the premium materials, and the outstanding fit and finish. With so much space at hand, even the all-black interiors can’t make this cabin any less airy! Other plus points include excellent visibility, good ergonomics, and lots of practical storage areas.

Front Row Seats

As for the eight-inch floating touchscreen infotainment system, while the interface seems similar to other Hyundais, we certainly took to its physical control buttons like a hand in glove because we’re strong advocates of maintaining driver attention on the road. As regards the electrically adjustable front seats, they are what every OEM aims for; large, comfortable, and immensely supportive. This makes our job easier too! Even the rear reclining bench is not only supportive and comfy, but offers lots of leg-, head-, and shoulder-room; so seating three here is effortless. 

Rear Seats

When it comes to the boot, the massive enclosure can take in a few large suitcases and some soft bags. But if in need of more, simply tumbling the 60-40 split-seats for some auxiliary space works just fine. This brings us to Tucson’s features list which includes an auto-dimming roof mirror, dual-zone climate control, a cooled glovebox, panoramic sunroof, and wireless charging. There’s an eight-speaker Infinity system that not only sounds good but offers BlueLink connected car tech along with Apple CarPlay/Android Auto connectivity. But what’s surprising is the unfathomable absence of cooled seats!

Bootspace Rear Split Seat Folded

Safety Features

Driver Side Airbag

In terms of safety features, the Tucson is equipped with dual front, side, and curtain airbags, ABS and EBD with brake assist, electronic stability control, vehicle stability management, hill start, and descent control. You also get convenient ones like front and rear parking sensors with a rear camera, tyre pressure monitoring system, middle occupant three-point seatbelt, and ISOFIX child seat anchors.


Left Front Three Quarter

Set eyes on the Tucson and you know it’s a Hyundai; a big one at that. Call me a car racist! Now, the front end especially, looks tall and sharply etched with sleek headlamps and loads of thick chrome highlighting the angular design lines. That aside, the side and rear profile are much subtler owing to the less aggressive curves, but the strong shoulder line and edgy alloy wheel shape fight back to make it look contemporary. Meanwhile, the rear, with a seemingly wide track and bulging shoulders, inadvertently gives away a rugged butch stance.

Left Rear Three Quarter


Right Front Three Quarter

Well, the Hyundai Tucson retailing between Rs 26.65 lakh and Rs 32.75 lakh (OTR Mumbai) is quite frankly the only problem it faces. You see, our market does not associate Hyundai to be a maker of expensive cars. This is despite there being very little to find fault with. Let me elaborate. The Tucson is handsome (in a Korean way off course), it has a good street presence, is feature-loaded, has a spacious cabin, benefits from a potent drivetrain, and is relatively dynamic too. To top it off, Hyundais also boast of a proven after sales and service network. So then, would I choose it over the Jeep Compass, Citroen C5, or maybe even the Volkswagen T-Roc and Tiguan AllSpace? Hell, no!

Pictures by Kaustubh Gandhi

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Tucson User Reviews

Giri Prasad
05th January 2014, 02:20 IST
1 Star Rating 2 Star Rating 3 Star Rating 4 Star Rating 5 Star Rating

Good: all of them

Bad: no

Tucson FAQs

The on-road price of the Hyundai Tucson in Delhi starts at 25.97 Lakh for the petrol engine. Meanwhile, the top end model with the petrol engine (Tucson GLS 2WD AT Petrol) is priced at 27.97 Lakh.

The on-road price of the Hyundai Tucson in Delhi starts at 28.46 Lakh for the diesel engine. Meanwhile, the top end model with the diesel engine (Tucson GLS 4WD AT Diesel) is priced at 31.52 Lakh.

Hyundai Tucson is a 5 seater with 5 doors.

Yes. Sunroof is available in 4 Tucson versions.

Tucson GL (O) 2WD AT Petrol - starts at 22.57 Lakh,

Tucson GLS 2WD AT Petrol - starts at 24.25 Lakh,

Tucson GL (O) 2WD AT Diesel - starts at 24.62 Lakh,

Tucson GLS 4WD AT Diesel - starts at 27.35 Lakh

No. 4x4 drive option is not available in any of the 5 versions of the Hyundai Tucson

Hyundai Tucson Colours

Phantom Black
Polar White
Starry Night
Typhoon Silver

Tucson Specifications

Note: Specifications for Tucson GL (O) 2WD AT Diesel (Diesel) have been mentioned

Dimensions, Capacities & Details
Length (mm)
Wheelbase (mm)
Boot Space (L)
Width (mm)
Turning Radius (m)
Fuel Capacity (L)
Height (mm)
Ground Clearance (mm)
Phantom Black, Polar White, Starry Night, Typhoon Silver
Seating Capacity
Displacement (cc)
Peak Power
182 BHP
@4000 RPM
Peak Torque
400 NM
@1750 RPM
Key Features
Air Conditioner Air Conditioner
Climate control Climate control
Central locking Central locking
CD player CD player
Power steering Power steering
Power windows Power windows
Electrically Adjustable Driver Seat Electrically Adjustable Driver Seat
Steering Mounted Controls Steering Mounted Controls
Steering Adjustment Steering Adjustment
Rear AC vent Rear AC vent
Remote Controlled Boot Remote Controlled Boot
Rear wiper Rear wiper
Leather seats Leather seats
Electrically Adjustable Mirrors Electrically Adjustable Mirrors

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