For those wanting a spacious SUV, the new Hyundai Tucson plug-in hybrid car leasing range should be considered.
This is the firm’s best-selling SUV and it now has the largest range of electric powertrains in its segment.
The latest addition to the Tucson line-up features a plug-in hybrid with a 1.6-litre petrol engine, a 13.8kWh lithium polymer battery and a 66.9kW electric motor.
The hybrid offers a combined power output of 265 PS, with torque of 350Nm.
Drivers will also get to enjoy an electric range of 31 miles.
Tucson hybrid car lease
The latest Tucson hybrid car lease shares equipment and styling with others in the range but there are some technical alterations.
Among these is an ‘active air flap’ to boost the aerodynamics and adjust the air intake depending on the vehicle’s speed and the engine coolant temperature.
Hyundai is also offering the plug-in hybrid with its four-wheel drive technology, known as HTRAC.
There’s also a terrain mode selector so drivers can traverse challenging terrain safely.
The four-wheel system will distribute the power to the rear and front wheels depending on the conditions and when power is needed.
The terrain mode selector will also optimise the braking, torque and power depending on the road’s condition.
Contract hire Hyundai Tucson plug-in hybrid
The contract hire Hyundai Tucson plug-in hybrid has two trims and both are packed with equipment.
The Premium models offer 18-inch alloy wheels, a 10.25-inch touchscreen satnav system with the firm’s Bluelink connected car services.
There’s also a 10.25-inch driver’s instrument cluster, as well as LED rear and front lights.
The alternative is the Ultimate specification with 19-inch alloy wheels, a smart electric tailgate, leather seat facings and a panoramic glass sunroof.
Among the options is a Tech Pack which will electronically control the Tucson’s suspension and also offers an around-view monitor, smart parking assist and a parking collision avoidance system.
Prices for the Tucson plug-in hybrid
Prices for the Tucson plug-in hybrid start at £39,330 and it will sit alongside and Hyundai’s full hybrid and mild-hybrid variants.
Along with the exterior refresh, the Tucson is being pushed upmarket for the latest version, particularly with the long list of equipment.
The model is now taking on the likes of the excellent Mazda CX-5 and the Volkswagen Tiguan.
The range-topper costs from £42,030 and the Hyundai Tucson plug-in hybrid car lease range is available to order now.