After being publicly unveiled in March at the Geneva Motor Show, the third-gen Hyundai Tucson has arrived in United Kingdom.

After being publicly unveiled in March at the Geneva Motor Show, the third-gen Hyundai Tucson has arrived in United Kingdom.

Customers will have to choose from one of the five trim levels: S, SE, SE Nav, Premium and Premium SE, with prices ranging from £18,695 to £32,345. Standard equipment for the entry-level S includes 16-inch alloys, air conditioning, automatic headlights, DAB radio, Bluetooth connectivity and USB & AUX support.

Upgrade to SE trim (from £20,495) and you also get rear parking sensors, heated front seats, larger 17-inch rims, dual-zone climate control, projection headlights (with cornering function), along with a Lane Keep Assist system.

The SE Nav (£21,295) rewards buyers with an 8-inch touchscreen display with sat-nav and reversing camera. It also adds a shark fin antenna and the company's proprietary innovative Speed Limit Information System (SLIF) that uses the front camera and sat-nav info to detect road speed signs and offer real-time speed limit info.

Further up the range we find the Premium version (from £25,045) which has larger 19-inch alloys, front parking sensors, leather upholstery, automatic wipers, rear cross traffic alert, autonomous emergency braking, heated rear seats and blind spot detection.

The range-topping Premium SE (from £28,345) adds extra goodies like keyless smart entry (with start/stop button), heated steering wheel, smart parking assist, electric tailgate, LED headlights, ventilated front seats and a panoramic sunroof with electric slide & tilt function.

Engine choices are limited to a 1.6-liter GDi normally aspirated gasoline engine with 132 PS (97 kW), a 1.7-liter CRDi diesel with 116 PS (85 kW) and a 2.0-liter CRDi developing 136 PS (100 kW) and 185 PS (135 kW). Depending on engine, Hyundai offers a six-speed manual, six-speed automatic and a seven-speed dual-clutch working together with a standard FWD layout or an optional AWD setup.

The 2016 Hyundai Tucson is programmed to reach UK dealerships in September.

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