Hyundai Motor India plans to dispatch a entry level SUV in the first half of 2019 as it hopes to reinforce its nearness in the quickly developing segment. The organization, which on Monday launched all new Tucson with an introductory cost going between Rs 18.99 lakh and Rs 24.99 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), has effectively three SUV models in its portfolio, including Creta and Santa Fe.
|Introductory Price (ex-showroom, Delhi)|
|2WD MT||₹ 18,99,000||₹ 21,59,000|
|2WD AT GL||₹ 21,79,000||₹ 23,48,000|
|2WD AT GLS||NA||₹ 24,99,000|
New Hyundai Tucson 2016 Dimensions
|Fuel Tank||62 Litre|
Hyundai Tucson 2016 Specifications and Mileage
|Engines||2.0-Litre Petrol||2.0-Litre Diesel|
|Displacement||1,999 cc||1,995 cc|
|Max Power||153bhp @ 6200 rpm||182bhp @ 4000 rpm|
|Max Torque||192Nm @ 4000 rpm||400Nm @ 1750-2750 rpm|
|Transmission||6-Speed MT & 6-Speed AT||6-Speed MT & 6-Speed AT|
|Fuel Efficiency||MT: 13.03 km/l
AT: 12.95 km/l
|MT: 18.42 km/l
AT: 16.38 km/l
“We aim to launch an entry level SUV in the first half of 2019. It will be below Creta. So, we will have four SUVs in our product range,” Hyundai Motor India Ltd MD & CEO YK Koo told reporters.
“The launch of third generation all new Tucson will create a benchmark by giving Hyundai experience to the aspirational Indian customers,” Koo said.
“Hyundai has strong portfolio of electric and hybrid vehicles. We are planning to unveil a hybrid product during the 2018 Auto Expo,” he added.