Hyundai TUCSON Lease Deals

Great looking, great to drive SUV - Excellent interior to impress

The contract hire Hyundai Tucson is a great looking SUV that is also great to drive. The interior is excellent, and the overall package will impress.


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Leasing a Hyundai Tucson


The most impressive of the powertrains in the Hyundai Tucson car leasing range are probably the hybrids that utilise a 59 bhp electric motor and a turbocharged 1.6-litre petrol engine. They deliver a combined output of 227 bhp and a top speed of 120 mph. This plug-in offering delivers an all-electric range of 31 miles and fuel economy of around 50 mpg, with emissions of 131g/km.

The power is delivered using a six-speed automatic transmission and the 0 to 62 mph sprint time is eight seconds. Also, the hybrid switches smoothly between electric and petrol power and the automatic transmission delivers smooth gear changes.

There are just two driving modes, there's the choice of 'Sport' to deliver better throttle response, and the default is 'Eco' that helps preserve the battery's range.

We also like the regular petrol engines, including the four-cylinder 1.6-litre unit. It's available with all-wheel or front wheel drive and most versions of the Tucson come with 48-volt mild-hybrid electrical assistance.

The steering feels accurate, and this is an easy car to drive at lower speeds. On long motorway journeys, it's an excellent cruiser and very comfortable.


Hyundai Tucson from First Vehicle Leasing


The latest Hyundai Tucson car lease range is the firm's fourth generation of their mid-size SUV.

Firstly, it's a different proposition to the model it replaces with improved styling, better quality and lots of equipment. And secondly, it's competing in a fierce sector, but it does have a lot to like as a contract hire opportunity including practicality and functionality to help it stand out from the crowd.

The cabin is spacious, and there's very little plastic surrounding the instruments to give the dashboard a futuristic look with an effective digital instrument display and a touchscreen for just about everything else.

The 10.25-inch instrument display sits behind the new steering wheel, and the high-resolution touchscreen which sits below the central air vent is intuitive to use. The infotainment system is smartphone compatible, and there's an impressive sound system and the traditional console buttons now have touch sensitive illuminated replacements.

Opt for the automatic versions of the Tucson, and there's lots of space for cupholders and a storage bin and everything has a premium look and feel. There are four trim choices for the contract hire Tucson with standard equipment including dual-zone climate control, alloy wheels, a rear-view camera and rear parking sensors. Other models come with larger alloys, the premium sound system, a heated steering wheel and LED headlights.

The sporty choice is the N Line which has some exterior design tweaks, along with keyless entry, wireless smartphone charging, rear and front parking sensors and leather seats. The range topper is the Ultimate that adds three-zone air-conditioning, heated rear seats and ventilated front seats.

There's also lots of safety equipment, particularly for the better spec models but standard features include semi-autonomous driving, autonomous emergency braking and there's also remote smart parking assist. Also, the Hyundai Tucson has a five-star safety rating from Euro NCAP.

And while the latest Tucson has been built on new underpinnings, it has similar dimensions to the previous model and still has a spacious cabin to enjoy. The boot size is 620 litres and loading large items is easy.

Essentially, the new contract hire Hyundai Tucson offers a well-designed and stylish SUV to make it a popular car leasing choice in a competitive market.


Why not have a look at the Tucson on the official Hyundai company website? Or why not look at some of these similar car lease deals from First Vehicle Leasing: the Skoda Kodiaq, or the Peugeot 3008.

  • The Hyundai Tucson is a stylish offering with a five-year unlimited mileage warranty to underpin the quality of the car.

  • The Hyundai Tucson has a choice of hybrid and petrol engines, and all are sound performers with reasonable running costs.

  • With the amount of money that new cars can lose, leasing the Hyundai Tucson makes sense. If you are not fussed about owning the vehicle at the end, it can be the cheapest way to get into a brand-new car.

  • The Hyundai Tucson scored five stars from Euro NCAP when crash tested. Drivers also get to enjoy lots of safety equipment to bring peace of mind.

  • You can lease a Hyundai Tucson for 24 months to 48 months through First Vehicle Leasing.