Hyundai Tucson 2020 review: Highlander petrol
The Hyundai Tucson Highlander is the top end of town for the Korean company's mid-size stalwart. When it launched a few years ago, it was the pacesetter – is still in the game?
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The Aspire sits in the middle of the Outlander range and lists for $41,490 for the front-wheel drive or add another $2500 for the all-wheel drive.
Standard features on the Aspire include, 20-inch alloys wheels, heated front seats, microsuede/synthetic leather seat trim, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, 360-degree monitor, power driver seat, and a head up display. There’s also a 9.0-inch media display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, dual-zone front row climate control, front and rear parking sensors, adaptive cruise control, a reversing camera, electric parking brake, push-button start, privacy glass, automatic headlights with auto high beam, leather steering wheel, a proximity key, roof rails, a wireless phone charger, rain sensing wipers, and LED headlights and running lights.
The Outlander has a 2.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engine making 135kW and 245Nm.
The 2022 Outlander has yet to be given an ANCAP safety rating, but it does come with a raft of safety features such as forward AEB, lane keeping assistance and blind spot warning on all grades. The LS grade and above gains reverse AEB and rear cross traffic alert, too.
Please note that airbags do not extend to cover passengers in the third row.