The Hyundai Tucson N Line SUV presented this year will cost from £26,000, according to the automaker.
The Hyundai Tucson N Line will go on sale in the UK on Friday, May 31, 2019. It offers a sporty look and bettered driving characteristics without sacrificing comfort and efficiency.
Don’t confuse the N Line versions with the full-fledged high-performance N modifications. Rather, they are good sport stylizations.
So, the Tucson N Line’s range, in general, is a little better than usually: it includes a 1.6-liter 175-hp gasoline engine and a 1.6-liter diesel 134-hp diesel one. The latter is mated with a mild-hybrid system.
In the first case, the SUV will cost from £25,995, in the second – from £27,760.
The Tucson N Line differs from the regular Tucson by a new front bumper with enlarged air intakes, a dark chrome grille, blacked out lights, black 19-inch alloy wheels and black accents on the roof, a spoiler and door mirrors. There are other sports elements.
The interior features red contrast stitching, the front seat trimmed with artificial leather and suede, aluminum pedals, glossy black trim. A premium audio system comes standard.