Hyundai’s next-gen Tucson hits Canadian showrooms in first half of ’21


Inside, there is a full-touch display accessible through voice control. Top trims receive a 10.25-inch full-touch navigation system with split-screen functionality for multitasking.

The onboard system is compatible with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

To keep the cabin clean and comfortable, the Tucson’s climate system monitors and purifies the air. A new technology also reduces moisture from the evaporator to keep the air-conditioning system clean and odourless. The system and car-to-home connectivity will be offered in select markets.

Hyundai said previously the Tucson will be the first nameplate in the compact crossover class to be offered with two wheelbase options.

In the first six months, U.S. sales of the Tucson fell 12 percent to 57,941, ranking it No. 8 in the cutthroat segment behind such heavyweight contenders as the Toyota RAV4, Honda CR-V and Chevrolet Equinox.

Canadian sales were down 34 per cent to 9,044. It’s the sixth best-selling model in the segment.

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