Used Hyundai Tucson cars for sale

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Hyundai Tucson

2.0 CRTD Limited Edition Station Wagon 4WD 5dr

£4,950
2009(58)
£90.05 per month
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  • 56,000
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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Hyundai Tucson

1.7 CRDi Blue Drive SE Nav 5dr 2WD DCT Auto

£18,999
2016(66)
£377.81 per month
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  • 2,248
  • Semi Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 1.7L
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Hyundai Tucson

Premium SE 5-Door

£27,995
2016(66)
£518.71 per month
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  • 4,800
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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Hyundai Tucson

1.6 GDi Blue Drive S 5dr 2WD

£14,498
2016(16)
£283.33 per month
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  • 11,165
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.6L
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Hyundai Tucson

1.7 CRDi Blue Drive SE 5dr 2WD

£16,799
2016(66)
£331.63 per month
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  • 8,777
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 1.7L
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Hyundai Tucson

2.0 CRDi SE Nav 5dr Auto

 
£19,999
2016(66)
£398.80 per month
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  • 5,174
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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Hyundai Tucson

1.6 GDi Blue Drive S 5dr 2WD

 
£13,999
2016(16)
£272.86 per month
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  • 14,625
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.6L
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Hyundai Tucson

5-Door

£17,999
2016(66)
£356.82 per month
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  • 10,603
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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Hyundai Tucson

5-Door

£16,999
2016(16)
£335.83 per month
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  • 7,855
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.6L
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Hyundai Tucson

2.0 GSI 2WD DR FSH 5-Door

 
£2,695
2006(06)
 
 
  • 75,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 2L
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Hyundai Tucson

1.6 GDi Blue Drive S 5dr 2WD

£15,499
2016(66)
£304.35 per month
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  • 2,135
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.6L
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Hyundai Tucson

1.7 CRDi Blue Drive SE Nav 5dr 2WD

 
£17,999
2016(66)
£356.82 per month
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  • 8,587
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 1.7L
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Hyundai Tucson

1.7 CRDi Blue Drive SE Nav 5dr 2WD

 
£17,799
2016(66)
£352.62 per month
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  • 13,410
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 1.7L
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Hyundai Tucson

2.0 CRDi Blue Drive SE Nav 5dr 2WD

£17,999
2016(66)
£356.82 per month
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  • 5,160
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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Hyundai Tucson

2.0 CRDi SE Nav Station Wagon 4WD 5dr Auto

£20,500
2016(66)
£409.32 per month
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  • 7,000
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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Used Hyundai Tucson

Background

Hyundai's compact SUV, the Santa Fe, was enlarged to mid-size upon a mid-decade revamp, leaving room for a new compact 4x4 in its line-up. Voila 2004's Tucson. While more attractively designed than its predecessor, it suffered similar lacklustre sales. Buyers were either prepared to spend a bit more money on better known rival brands' similar offerings, the Toyota Rav4, Honda CR-V or Land Rover Freelander, or determined to go for the ultra-budget option with the Kia Sportage. Pricewise the Hyundai Tucson slotted somewhere in the middle of these options, leading to steady but unspectacular sales figures. The market is therefore less than flooded with used Tucsons, but it's worth keeping your eye out as a second-hand Hyundai Tucson makes a sensible buy.

The used Hyundai Tucson came with three powerplants; a 110bhp 2.0 litre diesel, a 140bhp 2.0 litre petrol and a 173bhp 2.7 litre V6 petrol unit as the range topper. The diesel was the most popular of the three in terms of sales. 

Bang for your buck

The approved used Hyundai Tucson is good looking enough, if not particularly eye-catching. Exterior styling is let down a little by the black plastic bumpers and side panels on entry level models, so aim to disguise them with a dark colour or go for a plusher trim level with body-coloured cladding. The Hyundai Tucson has some tough rivals in its class, against which its strongest virtue is probably a well-designed interior. While the materials used are on the basic side, the layout is well thought out and spacious. The rear seats are comfortable enough for three adult passengers even on longer journeys and fold down flat to leave a level floor and cavernous loading bay. Even the front seats fold flat, useful for longer cargo or should you choose for some reason to use your Tucson as a bedroom.

Excellent equipment levels include numerous safety features, air conditioning and a CD stereo as standard across the range, even on the entry level GSi. The plusher CDX offers an additional sunroof and climate control. As has become expected of the compact SUV class of car, every inch of space is well-utilised, with a plethora of storage nooks, hooks, luggage nets and auxiliary power sockets.

What you'll pay

The line up of used Hyundai Tucson cars for sale is notable for the lack of entry level models. Usually the most popular vehicle in a range, in the Tucson's case its starter 2.0 litre petrol is the hardest to find second hand. The 2.0 litre diesel and 2.7 litre V6 petrol are similarly priced and feature very little price variation between the GSi and CDX trim levels, commanding about £6,000 for a 2004 plate. All models are inexplicably the same insurance group, 11.

What to check

If there's a full service history available you're likely to get a solid buy with a used Hyundai Tucson. Be wary of damage underneath from off-roading and check tyres for uneven wear.

Parts

Hyundai Tucson consumables are accessibly priced with air filters for £11, fuel filters for £21, oil filters for £7.50 and spark plugs £3. Replacement cam belts retail at roughly £60. 

How it drives

Forget any idea of off-roading, the used Hyundai Tucson for sale simply isn't the kind of girl who likes to get muddy. She'll let you go for a bit of green laning but any more than that and you'll be pushing your luck.

The best selling diesel engine is disappointing, requesting quite a lot of effort for not much in return except for decent fuel economy and emissions figures. If you're looking for some performance the only option is the 2.7 litre petrol, but even that is fairly high maintenance – you'll get the power if you've got a heavy right foot but will be wincing as the needle drops down the fuel gauge. If you get the four-speed automatic you'll be constantly forcing it to kick down to get any torque response. 

By contrast, the handling is good. On smoother roads the Hyundai Tucson tackles corners with ease and is a comfortable ride, although you'll feel it throwing a little hissy fit if you hit poorly maintained roads. For those open-minded enough not to care that the Hyundai brand affords little in the way of cachet, the Tucson makes a great little urban warrior if you have lots of bodies or regular large loads to carry around.

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