Hyundai may replace the Tucson in India with the new Tucson ix35. This SUV, which was revealed in 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show, will take the fluid design cues of the new generation Hyundai cars. Hence, unlike the older Tucson, the new Tucson is lot more aerodynamic and trendy in the exterior looks. On the inside, i10 will be equipped with reversing sensors, bluetooth connectivity with voice recognition, eco drive indicator, heated front and rear seats, ESP and 6 air bags. Tucson ix35 will be made available in 2 L petrol with 5 speed manual 2WD, 2 L diesel CRDi 6 speed manual 2WD and 2 L CRDi 6 Speed Manual 4 wheel drive.
1 variants. Hyundai ix35 cars will be in the range of
Rs. 1900000 and
. Click on the below images to see the details of each variant.