Hyundai Tucson

If ever there were a tale of two cars from different sides of the track, the Hyundai Tucson is it.

Unimpressive as a frumpy, underwhelming SUV that launched in 2004 before being retired in 2009 in favour of the ix35, it burst back into the Australian market in 2015 as a handsome mid-size sports utility that has stormed up the sales charts. Sold in Australia from $28,590 to $47,450 for versions that include petrol and diesel engines and front- and all-wheel drivetrains, the Tucson mid-size SUV - whether in base Tucson Active (FWD) trim or high-class Tucson HIGHLANDER R-SERIES (AWD) spec - has garnered rave reviews from the CarsGuide team for its practicality and on-road performance.

Hyundai Tucson Reviews

Editor's Pick

Hyundai Tucson 2017 review

In 2015, Hyundai dropped a bomb in the medium SUV market with the all-new Tucson. Replacing the flawed but much-loved (and much-bought) ix35, the new Tucson arrived to market as the complete package. Read more

2017

Hyundai Tucson 2018 review: Active X family test

We moved into our new house two years ago now, and you know how you do a big wardrobe clean-out every time you move?Read more

Hyundai Tucson Active 2017 review: long term

Richard Berry is spending six months living with the entry-level Active version of the Tucson SUV.Read more

Hyundai Tucson Highlander CRDi diesel auto 2017 review

Peter Anderson road tests and reviews the Hyundai Tucson Highlander CRDi diesel auto with specs, fuel consumption and verdict.Read more

2016

Hyundai Tucson Active X 2016 review: long term video

Peter Anderson is spending six months living with the top-selling Active X version of the Tucson SUV.Read more

Hyundai Tucson Elite AWD 2016 review

Richard Berry road tests and reviews the new 2016 Hyundai Tucson Elite all-wheel drive with specs, fuel consumption and verdict.Read more

Hyundai Tucson 30th Anniversary Special Edition 2016 review

Peter Anderson road tests and reviews the 2016 Hyundai Tucson 30th Anniversary Special Edition and verdict.Read more

Hyundai Tucson Active X 2016 review

Peter Anderson road tests and reviews the 2016 Hyundai Tucson Active X with specs, fuel consumptionand verdict.Read more

Hyundai Tucson Active X 2016 review

As things go, it is likely SUVs could become the biggest selling segment in the passenger car market sometime during 2016. According to industry analyst VFacts research has shown that only five per cent of four-wheel-drive owners do any serious off-...Read more

2015

Hyundai Tucson Highlander 2015 review

Paul Gover road tests and reviews the Hyundai Tucson with specs, fuel consumption and verdict.Read more

Price Guide

$38,020

Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

Lowest Price

$28,590

Highest Price

$47,450

Range & Specifications

2017 SUV
30 SPECIAL EDITION
MSRP
$37,750
ANCAP Rating
2017 SUV
Active (FWD)
MSRP
$31,090
ANCAP Rating
2017 SUV
ACTIVE R-SERIES (AWD)
MSRP
$35,090
ANCAP Rating
TBA
2017 SUV
ACTIVE R-SERIES (FWD)
MSRP
$34,490
ANCAP Rating
2017 SUV
Active X (FWD)
MSRP
$33,650
ANCAP Rating
2017 SUV
ACTIVE X (SUNROOF) (FWD)
MSRP
$35,650
ANCAP Rating
2017 SUV - Discontinued Apr 2017
Elite (AWD)
MSRP
$40,990
ANCAP Rating
2017 SUV
Elite (FWD)
MSRP
$36,250
ANCAP Rating
2017 SUV
ELITE (SUNROOF) (AWD)
MSRP
$41,250
ANCAP Rating
2017 SUV
ELITE (SUNROOF) (FWD)
MSRP
$38,250
ANCAP Rating
2017 SUV
ELITE R-SERIES (AWD)
MSRP
$41,250
ANCAP Rating
2017 SUV
ELITE R-SERIES (SUNROOF) (AWD)
MSRP
$43,250
ANCAP Rating
2017 SUV - Discontinued Apr 2017
Highlander (AWD)
MSRP
$45,490
ANCAP Rating
2017 SUV
HIGHLANDER (AWD) BEIGE
MSRP
$45,450
ANCAP Rating
TBA
2017 SUV
HIGHLANDER (AWD) RED
MSRP
$45,450
ANCAP Rating
TBA
2017 SUV
HIGHLANDER R-SERIES (AWD)
MSRP
$47,450
ANCAP Rating
2017 SUV
HIGHLANDER R-SERIES (AWD) RED
MSRP
$47,450
ANCAP Rating
TBA
2017 SUV
HIGHLANDER R-SERIES (AWD)BEIGE
MSRP
$47,450
ANCAP Rating
TBA