Hyundai Tucson

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The Hyundai Tucson is a car that’s had a reincarnation. It originally went on sale back in 2004 and lasted until 2009, at which point it was replaced by the Hyundai ix35.

  • Hyundai Tucson (15-20)
  • Hyundai Tucson (04-09)

The Hyundai Tucson is a car that’s had a reincarnation. It originally went on sale back in 2004 and lasted until 2009, at which point it was replaced by the Hyundai ix35.

A compact SUV with a relatively low list price, it was a surprise to many to find a car that was also remarkably capable off-road as well as being easy enough to drive on the road.

Just before going off sale in 2009 the car was mildly facelifted and a two-wheel drive version was introduced for the best in low running costs.

It appealed to many buyers simply because it received the same thing every new Hyundai does: the firm’s five-year, unlimited-mileage warranty. This comes with annual heath checks and roadside assistances for the same period of time. 

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Most Popular New and Used Model Reviews

Hyundai Tucson SUV 2021 on

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Hyundai Tucson SUV 2021 on

New price range:
£28,495 - £41,975

Hyundai Tucson Estate 2015 - 2020

4 out of 5
Hyundai Tucson Estate 2015 - 2020

New price range:
£23,150 - £36,625

Used price range:
£7,274 - £28,419

  • Stylish design
  • Comfortable
  • Quiet
  • Diesels cheap to run
  • Petrols don’t make sense
  • Some rivals more practical

Hyundai Tucson Estate 2004 - 2009

3 out of 5
Hyundai Tucson Estate 2004 - 2009

New price range:
£14,385 - £20,492

Used price range:
£485 - £3,404

Well equipped, five-year warranty, decent off road ability, strong diesel engine
Awkward looks, dated and drab interior, firm ride, not very economical

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