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  • Q. Is a basic model petrol 2WD Tucson good enough?
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    Zigwheels | 7 months ago

    Talking about the petrol unit is the same as on the Elantra but puts out 155PS of power – 3PS more than the Elantra. Moreover, the thing you’d probably enjoy the most is the ride quality. It’s very well judged for our roads, its suppleness and 172mm of ground making light work of craters and bumps on our route. Ride at the rear does feel a bit stiff but that helps in keeping body roll within acceptable levels. But regardless of all the drama outside, it’s always nice and quiet inside the cabin. Hyundai has employed numerous measures such as enhanced sound deadening materials and strengthened body stiffness to ensure noise from engine and road stays muted. On the whole, the Tucson despite its size feels like a supremely easy “car” to drive all day long. Do take the test drive of the car in order to clear all your doubts.

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  • Q. How is the performance of 2wd petrol manual variant of tucson?
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    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    The naturally aspirated 2.0-litre engine is the same unit you would find under the dapper bonnet of the Hyundai Elantra. However, it has been returned slightly to suit the characteristics of an SUV like the Tucson. It produces 155PS (Elantra = 152PS) and 192Nm of torque, and is available with a choice of either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic. It is calm and composed, and barely makes a noise on startup and idle. Get going, and the engine impresses with clean power delivery all the way up to 4,000rpm. The clutch is light, and bites in early which will make city driving a breeze. There’s enough low end grunt to not warrant downshifts every now and then too. It performs reasonably well on the highways if you like cruising comfortably. That said, you will have to keep the motor on the boil at all times to have fun with it. The 172mm of ground clearance goes a long way in tackling the bumps and potholes our roads are best known for. Ride is supple and cushiony at the front, which keeps the cabin isolated from broken roads. The rear feels slightly stiff in comparison, but it still makes for a nice place to be in. In case you plan on being chauffeur driven in the Tucson, you will be comfortable. Hyundai has also worked extensively on making sure ambient noises don’t stray into the cabin by using enhanced sound deadening materials.

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  • Q. Is a basic model petrol 2WD Tucson good enough?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 7 months ago

    Talking about the petrol unit is the same as on the Elantra but puts out 155PS of power – 3PS more than the Elantra. Moreover, the thing you’d probably enjoy the most is the ride quality. It’s very well judged for our roads, its suppleness and 172mm of ground making light work of craters and bumps on our route. Ride at the rear does feel a bit stiff but that helps in keeping body roll within acceptable levels. But regardless of all the drama outside, it’s always nice and quiet inside the cabin. Hyundai has employed numerous measures such as enhanced sound deadening materials and strengthened body stiffness to ensure noise from engine and road stays muted. On the whole, the Tucson despite its size feels like a supremely easy “car” to drive all day long. Do take the test drive of the car in order to clear all your doubts.

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  • Q. How is the performance of 2wd petrol manual variant of tucson?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    The naturally aspirated 2.0-litre engine is the same unit you would find under the dapper bonnet of the Hyundai Elantra. However, it has been returned slightly to suit the characteristics of an SUV like the Tucson. It produces 155PS (Elantra = 152PS) and 192Nm of torque, and is available with a choice of either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic. It is calm and composed, and barely makes a noise on startup and idle. Get going, and the engine impresses with clean power delivery all the way up to 4,000rpm. The clutch is light, and bites in early which will make city driving a breeze. There’s enough low end grunt to not warrant downshifts every now and then too. It performs reasonably well on the highways if you like cruising comfortably. That said, you will have to keep the motor on the boil at all times to have fun with it. The 172mm of ground clearance goes a long way in tackling the bumps and potholes our roads are best known for. Ride is supple and cushiony at the front, which keeps the cabin isolated from broken roads. The rear feels slightly stiff in comparison, but it still makes for a nice place to be in. In case you plan on being chauffeur driven in the Tucson, you will be comfortable. Hyundai has also worked extensively on making sure ambient noises don’t stray into the cabin by using enhanced sound deadening materials.

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    Hyundai Tucson Price & Variants FAQs

    Q. Is Hyundai Tucson available through CSD canteen?
    A. Yes, Hyundai Tucson is available through CSD canteen.
    Q. What are the diesel variants of Hyundai Tucson?
    Hyundai Tucson is available in 4 Diesel variants, out of which 3 are automatic and 1 are manual. The base Diesel variant Tucson 2.0 e-VGT 2WD MT starts at Rs. 20.80 lakh. and the top-end Diesel variant Tucson 2.0 e-VGT 4WD AT GLS is priced at Rs. 26.97 lakh.
    Q. What are the petrol variants of Hyundai Tucson?
    Hyundai Tucson is available in 4 Petrol variants, out of which 3 are automatic and 1 are manual. The base Petrol variant Tucson 2.0 Dual VTVT 2WD MT starts at Rs. 18.77 lakh. and the top-end Petrol variant Tucson 2.0 Dual VTVT 2WD AT GLS is priced at Rs. 23.74 lakh.
    Q. What are the automatic variants of Hyundai Tucson?
    Hyundai Tucson is available in 6 Automatic variants, out of which 3 are diesel and 3 are petrol. The base Automatic variant Tucson 2.0 Dual VTVT 2WD AT GL starts at Rs. 21.87 lakh. and the top-end Automatic variant Tucson 2.0 e-VGT 4WD AT GLS is priced at Rs. 26.97 lakh.
    Q. What are the manual variants of Hyundai Tucson?
    Hyundai Tucson is available in 2 Manual variants, out of which 1 are diesel and 1 are petrol. The base Manual variant Tucson 2.0 Dual VTVT 2WD MT starts at Rs. 18.77 lakh. and the top-end Manual variant Tucson 2.0 e-VGT 2WD MT is priced at Rs. 20.80 lakh.
    Q. What are the top variants of Hyundai Tucson?
    A. Hyundai Tucson is available in 8 variants:
    2.0 Dual VTVT 2WD MT : Rs. 18.77 lakh
    2.0 e-VGT 2WD MT : Rs. 20.80 lakh
    2.0 Dual VTVT 2WD AT GL : Rs. 21.87 lakh
    2.0 Dual VTVT 2WD AT GL Opt : Rs. 22.47 lakh
    2.0 e-VGT 2WD AT GL : Rs. 23.64 lakh
    2.0 Dual VTVT 2WD AT GLS : Rs. 23.74 lakh
    2.0 e-VGT 2WD AT GL Opt : Rs. 24.24 lakh
    2.0 e-VGT 4WD AT GLS : Rs. 26.97 lakh
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