Hyundai Tucson Car Lease
At its 2016 launch, the Tucson replaced the ix35 in the Hyundai range. It is smartly styled, well equipped, a refreshingly pleasant drive and serves as a real alternative to lease to the Ford Kuga , Renault Kadjar , Nissan Qashqai or Peugeot 3008.
The Tucson’s interior represents a big step forward in terms of fit and finish, and all versions of the car come with a decent amount of equipment, too.
In addition, the Tucson is a very practical car in a class where that’s a very important trait. Interior space is good, if a little lacking in cubbyholes, but the boot trumps many of the Tucson’s closest rivals for sheer luggage space.
There are four trim grades available on the current Tucson: S Connect, SE Nav, Premium and Premium SE.
Standard equipment on the range-entry S Connect includes a seven inch touchscreen display with smart device Integration, 16-inch alloys, dual zone climate control, front fogs, lane keep assist, rear camera and Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
There is an efficient and frugal range of petrol and diesel engines available, paired either with a manual or automatic gearbox, in two- or four-wheel drive configuration.
On the road, the Tucson is one of the best SUVs to drive. Its steering is a little vague and rather lifeless when cruising, but the Drive Mode Select system helps to add a bit of weight, particularly in Sport mode. The suspension is well damped and the Tucson rides well over most bumps.
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