On the 1st August 2015 Hyundai will launch the car that will replace the ix35 for fleet buyers. The all new Tucson mid-size SUV promises to be bigger and better equipped than the successful ix35.
Fleet Auto News will get to drive the new Tucson just days before the official launch and will have a review, from a fleet manager’s perspective, shortly after.
Some of the key features that have already been revealed are:
- Autonomous Emergency Braking with pedestrian recognition (Highlander model)
- Apple CarPlay smartphone support technology (Active and ActiveX models)
- LED headlights with static bending lights
- Lane Departure Warning and Lane Change Assist
- Rear Cross Traffic Alert
- Advanced Traction Cornering Control (AWD models)
- Trailer Stability Assist (Active, Elite & Highlander models)
- Hands-free power tailgate (Highlander model)
The Tucson will be sold with a wide variety of engines, transmissions and drive-trains across its four trim levels, ensuring high levels of customer choice for both traditional fleet buyers needing to carry point of sale items, sample stock, spare parts or tools as well as retail and novated lease buyers.