Introduction

The 2022 Hyundai Tucson facelift goes on sale in October 2020, with prices starting at INR 22.30 lakh for the petrol and INR 24.65 lakh for the diesel variant (ex-showroom). The new model features a fresh design with new bumpers and grille, updated interiors with a new dashboard design and more premium appointments, along with an improved set of equipment. There are no mechanical changes from before, so the same engine-transmission combinations are carried over with no changes. As far as sales are concerned, it’s expected that the refreshed model would see a boost from those who have been waiting to buy one ever since it hit showrooms during 2019 festive season.”

The 2022 Hyundai Tucson is so popular that the waiting period already extends up to 10 months

You may be wondering if the Tucson’s waiting period is longer than other Hyundai models. It is, and it’s not just because of the length of time between when you can order your new car and when you’ll get it. The 2022 Hyundai Tucson has a 10-month waiting period—longer than any other SUV or CUV in this lineup.

That’s because there aren’t many cars available with all-wheel drive anymore, so they’re selling out fast! Plus, with only two trims available at launch (no base model), demand for these cars is high right now. So even though only about one percent of sales were made by owners using their trade-in value toward down payments instead of cash payments when purchasing their next vehicle(s), demand remains high enough that dealerships need more time to build inventory before offering those lease options again later this year (and possibly next year).

The Hyundai Tucson facelift goes on sale in October 2020, with prices starting at INR 22.30 lakh for the petrol and INR 24.65 lakh for the diesel variant (ex-showroom).

The Hyundai Tucson facelift goes on sale in October 2020, with prices starting at INR 22.30 lakh for the petrol and INR 24.65 lakh for the diesel variant (ex-showroom).

The base petrol model will cost you Rs 22,30,000 ex-showroom Delhi while diesel variants can be had over here at a price tag of Rs 24,65,000 depending upon your choice between two trims — GL or GL+ (petrol) and GLS or GLS+ (diesel).

The new Tucson features a fresh design with new bumpers and grille, updated interiors with a new dashboard design and more premium appointments, along with an improved set of equipment.

The new Tucson features a fresh design with new bumpers and grille, updated interiors with a new dashboard design and more premium appointments, along with an improved set of equipment.

The main change to the exterior is in the front end. Hyundai has given its compact crossover SUV a more aggressive look by adding new bodywork that includes redesigned headlights, hood line and fenders. The headlights are also now LED-powered at all four corners of this vehicle’s body while they were previously halogen-filled bulbs before they went dark in 2010 when it was last refreshed for model year 2011 (MY2011).

In addition to these cosmetic changes you’ll notice some tweaks here at home as well; namely around the grill which now sports dual chrome accents instead of black on either side near where there used to be just one chrome bar running down each side near where those two lights would normally go together but now only one runs up past them both while another stretches out towards each corner letting off some extra flare while still remaining relatively subtle compared so not distract from any other parts around them like other trim pieces might do but instead give off just enough shine without being overwhelming – something we love seeing happen whenever potential buyers see their cars outside!

There are no mechanical changes from before, so the same engine-transmission combinations are carried over with no changes.

The Tucson is the first car to use a new 2.0-liter engine and six-speed automatic transmission. The previous generation used a 1.6-liter four-cylinder with a five-speed manual transmission, but the new model replaces it with an all-new engine that makes 178 horsepower at 5,500 rpm and 163 pound-feet of torque at 4,000 rpm.

The same six-speed automatic transmission will be available as an option for all sizes of Hyundai Tucson except for the base SX AWD trim level which gets only four speeds instead of five like before (and we’ll get to why later). It has been said that this change was made because “the shift points were too abrupt” in order for drivers who may not know how much gas to put into their tanks when filling up their cars’ tanks at gas stations after driving round trips from work every day during peak hours.”

The revamped model is selling like hotcakes

The wait for the 2020 Hyundai Tucson is up to 10 months long. That’s because the model is selling like hotcakes in India, where demand has been high ever since its launch last year.

The new SUV, which was introduced at Auto Expo 2018 alongside several other products from Hyundai and Kia (including the next-generation Vento), has received rave reviews from analysts who say it has taken all of their expectations by storm — especially when compared with its predecessor that was launched back in 2016.

The new car features improved interior quality over its predecessor as well as advanced safety features such as blind spot monitoring and lane departure warning systems—which are standard on all models except EX versions—along with automatic emergency braking technology that can apply full braking force under certain conditions; this feature makes parking easier by preventing accidents caused by sudden stops or swerving backwards while driving forward at low speeds in tight spaces like garages or parking lots

 

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