Driving Hyundai Tucson 2019 in the Philippines is More About The Looks

The new turbodiesel 1.6 engines and the tablet-type infotainment screen are also coming

The success on the market has seen the rise of the Hyundai Tucson since its debut when it has taken the place of the already successful iX35.

Apparently the SUV mania was already taken four years ago and the Korean C-SUV has known how to ride it.

But now half-generation and after more than 55 thousand copies sold in other markets, it is time to redo the trick, both from the aesthetic point of view and especially from the motorist taking advantage of the entry of Euro6 dTemp, in fact three new engines diesel: a 1.6 l 115 and 135 V and a 2.0 l 185 bhp that uses the new mild hybrid technology .

As mentioned aesthetically, some strategic highlights are evident especially in the front where LED lights and the Cascading Grille arrive, the identity mark of the Hyundai SUV family, the new bumpers and the new tailgate on the back and the lights that have been slightly restyled.

New body colors and new designs for the 16 '', 17 '' and 19 '' rims are added as well as the new 18 '' wheels.

Changes are seen also internally with the adoption of new softer materials to the touch, the new screen of the floating infotainment and with the arrival of two new driver assistance systems : the Smart Cruise Control with the Stop & Go function and the Around Wiew Monitor which refers to the images from the top on the new central screen.



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