Articles about Hyundai Tucson

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Not long ago, we got hold of and reported the tentative local prices and variants of the upcoming Hyundai Staria. Now, we have the rest of Hyundai Motor Philippines' (HMPH) lineup to go with it.Before we proceed, we want to make
This comes before the official launch in July
The all-new Hyundai Tucson has been spotted in the local setting well before its scheduled launch in July 2022. Images of the South Korean compact crossover were shared with us by an anonymous source, and they were taken at a recent
Here we go
All right, people. It's official: The Hyundai Staria will be arriving in the local market this July.The announcement regarding the South Korean brand's Starex successor was made earlier today, May 31, during the introduction of the brand's new
One can hope, right?
What's been going on with Hyundai in the Philippines lately? Obviously, the South Korean carmaker has been laying low for the past several months-but why?The open secret within the industry is that the company will be making a local
The movie is releasing later this month
If, like us, you count yourself among the millions of wary moviegoers waiting for the day we can safely sit in a cinema again, chances are you spend a good amount of time online watching movie trailers while waiting for a film'
If and when the Tucson finally lands here, of course
While we're still waiting for Hyundai to bring in the all-new Tucson over to our shores, the carmaker is already dressing up the SUV in other markets.Take a look at the new Hyundai Tucson XRT, a new trim level
The EV will appear alongside the Hyundai Tucson in ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’
The Hyundai Tucson made an appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, albeit only in commercials, earlier this year. Now, the vehicle is set to finally hit the big screen and make its Hollywood debut in Spider-Man: No Way Home.Joining the
We compare it with the Toyota Hilux and other Hyundai SUVs
Hyundai surprised the world a few days ago when it unveiled its new Santa Cruz compact pickup. Many of you are probably wondering just how small this model is versus the midsize trucks we commonly see on our roads.Let's find
Looks faster than standard, but doesn’t actually go faster...
Hyundai's N division is about to release its first SUV. And this...isn't it. Yup, while the little Kona has just been given the full N treatment (click on these blue words to read our review of a prototype), the
We’re guessing these could be the Starex, Tucson, Santa Fe, and Kona
In case you didn't know, this year's Manila International Auto Show (MIAS)-dubbed MIAS Wired-is already underway. And the first to make some important announcements is Hyundai Asia Resources (HARI).During its presentation, the Korean carmaker's official Philippine
Cross your fingers
The local auto industry sputtered to a halt in the first half of 2020-there's simply no other way to put it. It kind of tends to happen when deadly airborne viruses start going around and countries the world over start
“This fourth-gen SUV proves how broad-shouldered Hyundai is getting”
Hyundai describes the new Tucson as "a design revolution" for the brand. It's not kidding. In an incredibly saturated corner of the market, it'll stand out. Which is exactly the point.Whether you like the look its Parametric Hidden Lights
The Korean carmaker plans to launch four models under its N brand by 2022
To say Hyundai's N division has been on a roll this year is an understatement. It has unveiled several new models in 2020 alone, including the all-new Elantra N Line, the Sonata N Line, and the updated Veloster N.But
Hybrid options included
Here's our first full look at the fourth generation of Hyundai's best-selling SUV-angry isn't it? Bit of a looker, though, and there are definite Mercedes-Benz EQC vibes going on.This latest Tucson is actually the first
It looks sportier than ever
In 2020 alone, Hyundai has shown us the all-new Elantra and Elantra N Line, and the new Kona and Kona N Line. It has also teased the facelifted Santa Fe, and even gave us a glimpse of the upcoming vehicles under
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