2020 Hyundai Tucson Facelift: Here’s What You Get In Each Variant

Limited to just two variants, let’s take a look at what the facelifted Tucson has to offer


Hyundai recently launched the facelifted Tucson SUV in India with prices ranging from Rs 22.30 lakh to Rs 27.03 lakh (ex-showroom). Aside from revised exteriors and updated features, the Tucson’s variant lineup has seen a major rejig. The Tucson is now offered in just two variants : GL (O) and GLS, as Hyundai has axed L and GL variants that were available before. Here’s what each variant offers:

GL (O)

Price Range: Rs 22.30 Lakh (petrol) and  Rs 24.35 Lakh (diesel)

The Tucson’s base GL (O) variant is adequately loaded in terms of equipment.  Exterior bits include projector headlamps with LED DRLs, LED tail lights,  18-inch alloy wheels, front and rear fog lamps, shark fin antenna, and roof rails. 

Inside, the GL variant gets a floating 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, BlueLink connected car technology, a panoramic sunroof, wireless phone charger, Infinity sound system, cruise control, powered front seats, keyless entry, auto headlamps and wipers, dual-zone climate control, and an electric panoramic sunroof. 

Safety kit on the GL (O) variant  includes six airbags, ABS with EBD, hill start assist, hill descent control, ESC, rear parking sensors with reverse parking camera, ISOFIX child seat anchors as well as a tyre pressure monitoring system.

Despite being the base variant, it doesn’t lose out on much compared to the GLS variant and will satisfy most the needs of almost all customers looking to buy a two-wheel drive Tucson. 


Price Range: Rs 23.52 Lakh (petrol) Rs 25.56 Lakh(diesel 2WD) and Rs 27.03 Lakh (diesel 4WD)

The creme de la creme of the Tucson lineup, the top-spec GLS variant boasts some additional features over the GL (O) variant. Here’s what it gets over the GL (O) variant:

  • Penta projector LED headlamps

  • LED static bending lamps

  • Supervision cluster ( more instrument cluster info)

  • Hands-free smart powered tailgate

  • Electric Parking Brake

  • Front parking sensors

  • 4WD drivetrain (diesel variants only)

  • Advanced Traction Cornering Control (ATCC) (4WD diesel variants only)

This variant is for those who want their Tucson to stand out with those extra features.It is also the only variant with an all-wheel-drive option.  

That said, if you’re eyeing a Tucson with a two-wheel drivetrain, we suggest you pick up the base-spec variant as it comes loaded with all the features one would require. The facelifted Hyundai Tucson takes on the likes of the  Jeep Compass and the Skoda Karoq and will also compete with the upcoming Citroen C5 Aircross and Volkswagen Tiguan. 

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