2015 Hyundai Tucson 2.0 CRDi review
Source : 2015 Hyundai Tucson 2.0 CRDi review
Hyundai’s brand new crossover has great potential as well as a winning character that will should have Nissan as well as Ford worried The first go in a diesel-powered variation of the brand new Tucson, Hyundai’s impressive follow-up to the already favorite ix35.Alongside the 1.6-litre T-GDi we’ve already sampled, the higher-powered 2.0-litre CRDi can be the only engine not carried over wholesale coming from its predecessor. Hyundai did in fact previously sell an earlier variant of the 182bhp four-cylinder unit,although ended up ditching This kind of during the ix35’s life cycle.Tweaked to comply with Euro 6 emissions obligations, the punchier motor right now returns to fill out the top of the Tucson range.Clearly This kind of offers a bit more grunt, being about a second quicker to 62mph than its 134bhp sibling, although genuinely This kind of can be as much about Hyundai’s ambitions for the Tucson as anything else: there’s no equivalent to the engine from the Nissan Qashqai, although there can be one from the larger Ford Kuga, as well as the firm plainly sees This kind of product’s customers as fodder for the Tucson, too.No surprise, then, that will just as the Kuga tops out at beyond £30k in 2.0-litre TDCi Titanium X Sport trim, so does the 182bhp, AWD variation of the Tucson’s Premium SE spec – albeit by not quite so much at £30,845 using a six-speed manual gearbox.For that will you get plenty, including the premium niceties such as cooling-fan front seats, panoramic sunroof, heated steering wheel, powered tailgate as well as the keyless start with which Hyundai likes to festoon its high-priced mainstream offerings.
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