New Specs out for new Tucson in the UK

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Post by focusy »

The phev. Is well expensive now πŸ˜”πŸ˜”πŸ˜”πŸ˜”πŸ˜”

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DotDotDotDot wrote: ↑Wed Apr 10, 2024 6:10 pm
alan sh wrote: ↑Wed Apr 10, 2024 2:34 pm
I am only interested in the HEV with all the gadgets - so that is over Β£40K now.

What extra gadgets Alan? Tech Pack no longer exists as far as I can see at least from the spec list. The Ultimate HEV is pretty well Spec'd by default including surround view etc. You can have metallic paint and a different interior colour but I'm not seeing any extra gadgets you can add as extras. Have you seen something I've missed?
No, none, but the base price for the HEV is now over Β£40K, unless I have missed something

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Post by Pogleswood »

Having compared the spec’s of the UK version to the USA & Korean models their equivalent top spec cars have Head-up display, finger print reader for the standard digital key plus a few other minor differences colour & trim wise.
On the plus side Hyundai have at least attempted to keep the price increases and small as possible.
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Post by Deleted User 1711 »

Interesting, as the initial online hyundai news published last week for the European facelifts (image below) specifically mentioned the Head Up Display and the digital key (access via your phone rather than fingerprint sensor, same as Kona). The spec list published would intimate that these are not part of the UK spec as they are not specific line items, but saying that, the spec list does contain some contradictions. I guess we will see when the car hits the dealerships and/or the spec list gets updated/corrected.


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Post by Pogleswood »

From the specs I've looked at on various site's & YouTube it looks as though Head-up display is only available in left hand drive markets presumably the right hand drive markets are too small to warrant it or Hyundai are trying to keep costs down by not offering it.
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Post by Pogleswood »

The digital key will be available in the UK via an OTA later this year according to info buried within Hyundai's website
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Post by Davis63 »

DotDotDotDot wrote: ↑Wed Apr 10, 2024 11:05 am
Davis63 wrote: ↑Wed Apr 10, 2024 8:47 am I think the spec sheet shows metallic paint as a no cost option unless i misread it which could be the case.
Scroll down to the bottom of the spec sheet. Non metallic 'Engine red' paint is the standard no cost option (see last line of 'Exterior' section of spec sheet).
I've just revisited the spec sheet and indeed there is a contradiction. The page below would intimate that metallic is a no cost option. On the other pages it would suggest otherwise as its even stating the prices. I'm confused .....
Thanks, I didnt get that far down the list
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Post by Deleted User 1711 »

I've just been on the hyundai tucson configurater and at least for the NLineS it shows the following:


It's says Head Up Display ...

Also,if that's the OTR Price then you should get it under the Luxury Car Tax threshold by the time you have removed on the road costs. Ultimate wasn't appearing but I'll try again later.
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Post by slovell1965 »

Can't help noticing that all of the 2025 models have reduced power compared to the 2022 models. 230ps is now 215ps for the hybrid, and in the PHEV versions 265ps is now 252ps, shame as I llike the grunt that my current car gives me.
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Post by Ram_Murkuri »

I booked the N Line S and have it confirmed from the dealer in writing that both N Line S and Ultimate have the HUD and it shows up on the configurator as well. I am not sure if it is projector type or works via a separate foldable screen. Not a fan on the separate screen type. Also, the HUD doesnt support Google Maps so makes it less useful for me- as I dont use in-built maps. Feature is available, neverthless.
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