Fresh Blood Comes to Hyundai SUV Family

Fresh Blood Comes to Hyundai SUV Family
Fresh Blood Comes to Hyundai SUV Family

Hyundai's model Tucson, which has achieved significant success in many markets, has added another level to the N Line version, which was released last year. While Hyundai Tucson stands out with its 1.6-liter diesel engine, it also offers a visual feast with a very sporty body kit such as N Line and N Line Plus. Apart from the sporty touches of the exterior design, the N Department of Hyundai's motorsports arm adds a great ambiance to the vehicle with its accessory changes inside the cabin.

Tucson N Luna with high-performance enthusiasts, especially targeted at Hyundai, using only the 1.6-liter CRDI diesel engines in Turkey. The 136 hp diesel unit that can offer both economy and sufficient performance is the same zamNow stands out with a 7-speed DCT transmission.

Tucson N Line has two different versions in Turkey. With the N Line, users get a sportier Tucson, but the same zamwill increase its accessibility with the price advantage it provides. While the Tucson N Line is offered for sale with only 4 × 2 traction system, those who want more equipment and comfort will be able to choose the N Line Plus equipment level with 4 × 4 HTRAC traction system.

The entry level, which is positioned below the N-Line Plus as the equipment level, stands out with its 19-inch glossy black wheels, N Line sports suspension, retractable panoramic glass roof, 7-inch touchscreen, heated front seats and N Line body kit.

N Line Plus also offers 4 × 4 HTRAC traction system, LED headlights, 8-inch display, navigation, heated front-rear seats, smart tailgate and wireless charging system. Tucson N-Line; Instead of being a body kit of available trim levels in Turkey stands out as an alternative model. Unlike the current version, the honeycomb-style front grille in the exterior is available with a front bumper with black inserts and boomerang-shaped daytime running lights and 19-inch glossy black wheels.

Sporty items adorned with the nobility of black are offered in the spacious interior of Tucson. Presented with a specially designed black upholstery in the middle, nubuck and leather with red stitching, the Tucson N Line is inspired by Hyundai's high-performance range. In addition to the red stitched and leather-covered cockpit, the perforated leather steering wheel, the sporty aluminum pedal set, the N-logo gear knob and matt gray plastic parts also contribute to a sporty ambiance. In the N-Line model, special red color details, perforated leather steering wheel, N-Line gear knob draw attention in the first place. Suede / Leather application reinforces the sportive image.

1.6 lt 177 horsepower turbo engine to KONA again

Another SUV innovation for Hyundai Assan's 2020 model year is the gasoline turbo engine option in KONA. The gasoline option, suspended with the diesel engine, is starting to be imported again. KONA 177 T-GDI, which is highly acclaimed with its powerful engine of 1.6 hp, has the same zamIt also promises an extreme level of comfort with its 7-speed dual-clutch DCT transmission. This option, which adds "Dimming interior rearview mirror" and "Front parking sensor" over the existing Elite Smart equipment level, can only be purchased with a 4 × 2 traction system, just like its diesel sibling.

Murat Berkel; Our target in our SUV sales is 50 percent

Voicing their opinions about the new model Hyundai Assan General Manager Murat Berkel "Tucson, one of Hyundai's most popular models in Turkey and has an important place in our sales. We receive a lot of demands from our customers in this regard. Therefore, the N Line and N Line Plus versions will further increase our strength in the SUV market. In addition, we have resumed the sale of the gasoline T-GDI engine in our KONA model, which doubled its sales with the addition of the diesel engine. Together with KONA and Tucson, we want to increase Hyundai's SUV sales to 50 percent. ”

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