New Hyundai Tucson
Order your new Hyundai Tucson from Doran Motors today. Now available in Diesel, Hybrid & Plugin Hybrid, it’s no wonder the Hyundai Tucson is Ireland’s bestselling car.
The Power of Choice
The All-New Hyundai Tucson comes with a choice of three powertrains – diesel, hybrid & plug-in hybrid. Choose your preferred model below for more details including pricing & spec.
As exciting in looks as it is to drive, the All-New TUCSON diesel delivers better right across the spectrum. Its strikingly designed front wing with parametric hidden lights makes every journey outstanding, no matter the destination.
TUCSON Hybrid is more than the perfect balance of bold and sleek aesthetics; it also offers dynamic and fuel-efficient performance at every turn. Its 6-speed automatic transmission guarantees smooth gear changes and a fuel-efficient drive. The spacious interior, ambient lighting and panorama sunroof ensure you’re just as comfortable on the inside as you look from the outside.
TUCSON Plug-in Hybrid
Maximum fuel efficiency without compromising on the beloved SUV feeling makes the All-New TUCSON Plug-in Hybrid the definition of a better way forward. Its powerful and efficient powertrain lets you choose between petrol and electric when it suits you most, for low-emission mobility. Additionally, a 7.2 kW on-board charger means whether at home, or at the office, finding a place to conveniently recharge is never far away.
TUCSON Plug-in Hybrid N Line
You make a statement of efficiency with a plug-in hybrid. Choosing the motorsport-inspired N Line trim adds a statement of performance. The N Line offers dynamic styling, optional Electronically Controlled Suspension, and a combined petrol and electric motor output of 265 PS.
There are different options for different lifestyles. A plug-in hybrid can provide electric-only power for short commutes, with the flexibility of having a conventional petrol or diesel engine for longer distance driving. If you live in a rural area or simply want to use electric power to go further on a litre of petrol, then a hybrid might be the right choice. Whereas a mild hybrid might be the right choice for those looking to reduce emissions and improve their fuel economy during everyday commutes or weekend getaways.