From launch, the full-Hybrid version of this mid-sized SUV was priced in the £32,500 to £37,500 bracket, offered only in front-driven form and available across five trim levels - 'SE Connect', 'N Line', 'N Line S', 'Premium' and top 'Ultimate'. This model's two key rivals are Honda's CR-V and Toyota's RAV4: those two models these days only come in self-charging full-Hybrid form.
All Tucson HEV models include lots of kit. Tick off roof rails, auto headlamps and wipers, LED tail lights, cruise control, Hyundai's 'Drive Mode Select' drive mode system, rear parking sensors, rear privacy glass and an alarm. Plus a wide range of camera safety features too. Standard cabin items include a rear view camera and dual zone climate control, plus you can also tick off an auto-dimming rear view mirror and powered lumbar support for the driver's seat. Along of course with plenty of media tech. The standard GPS system works on a 10.25-inch 'Touchscreen Satellite Navigation' display screen that includes Hyundai's Mapcare and 'LIVE' traffic services.
In addition, there's the usual 'Apple CarPlay' and 'Android Auto' smartphone-mirroring features; a DAB audio system with a couple of front and rear speakers, plus two tweeters; and a 'Bluelink' connectivity section, offering a calendar, weather info and a vehicle diagnostics menu. Through the leather-stitched multi-function steering wheel, you view a 'Supervision Instrument Cluster Screen', also 10.25-inch in size, that can be customised with individual drive mode layouts and various informational features. Features specific to the base 'SE Connect'-grade of trim include 17-inch alloy wheels and Halogen projector headlamps.