The new Hyundai Tucson prices and specification have been revealed - and it's an impressive contract hire SUV.
The Hyundai Tucson has proved to be a popular SUV choice for those wanting to lease a quality vehicle.
Now the all-new offering will take the vehicle to new heights.
Hyundai has unveiled three high-spec models and prices for the Tucson start at £28,495.
That entry price point means that checking out any car leasing deals for the Hyundai Tucson would be worthwhile for a good deal.
The new SUV carries the carmaker's new design language and there are two electrified powertrains, plus a 1.6-litre turbocharged petrol engine to choose from.
The new models will be in our showrooms from January and the Tucson is the firm's bestselling SUV around the world.
The entry-level contract hire Tucson offers the 1.6-litre engine producing 150 PS, plus there's a mild hybrid choice and the top model has a hybrid powertrain producing 230 PS.
The SE Connect trim features privacy glass, alloy wheels, leather steering wheel and body-coloured bumpers.
There's also heated and folding door mirrors, cruise control and dual-zone air conditioning.
And because of the size of the car, Hyundai has also added a rear-view camera and rear parking sensors.
This is also a safe car with a range of safety features including a detection system for cars, pedestrians and bicycles, along with intelligent speed limit assist and multi-collision braking.
The infotainment system is used with a 10.25-inch display and there's also a digital instrument cluster too.
The connected car services include a routing system, satnav and a user profile feature - so drivers can personalise their own settings.
The Hyundai Tucson Premium has larger alloy wheels, ambient interior lighting, a heated steering wheel, keyless entry and smart adaptive cruise control.
There's also a top-end audio system and a wireless smartphone charging pad.
The additional safety kit for the Premium trim includes blind spot collision avoidance, forward collision avoidance and a rear cross traffic alert system.
The range-topper is the Ultimate which makes for a great car leasing opportunity and includes leather seats, three-zone climate control, a panoramic sunroof and a smart electric tailgate.
There are nine paint colours to choose from and the plug-in hybrid versions will be available early next year.
There's also a peace of mind motoring when leasing the Hyundai Tucson since the firm offers a five-year unlimited mileage warranty, 12-years of anti-corrosion warranty and a five-year annual health check.
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