Hyundai Tucson N Line

Hyundai Tucson N Line price hike From August 2022

From August 1st, 2022, the athletically designed N Line trim levels of the Hyundai Tucson midsize SUV series will cost $500 more in Australia. The Hyundai Tucson N Line joins a range of 11 Hyundai vehicles that will face price increases for the second half of 2022, a move Hyundai Motor Company Australia (HMCA) cites to increased inflationary pressures and rising raw material costs.

According to an HMCA spokeswoman, “N and N Line variations across our range have been impacted by increased cost of supplies, the specialized nature of this product, and exchange rate pressures within the worldwide market.”

Hyundai Tucson N Line price

Tucson is priced at the lower end of Hyundai’s price rises.

The $500 price rise for Hyundai Tucson N Line grades is very low when compared to the $2000 price increase for an i20 N hot hatch and the $1200 price increase for an i30 N hot hatch.

The three-row Santa Fe, the Tucson’s bigger brother, has had a $1200 price increase forced through in Australia. While Santa Fe increases by $1200, the sporty Kona N Line examples climb by $500, joining the smaller Venue range.

In Australia, the fourth-generation Tucson, a Toyota RAV4 competitor, is available with three four-cylinder engines: a 2.0-litre naturally aspirated petrol with front wheel drive (115kW/192Nm), a 1.6-litre turbo petrol with AWD (130kW/265Nm), and our preferred 2.0-litre turbo diesel with AWD (137kW/416Nm).

All Tucson engines are available in a variety of trim levels, with some available as comfort or luxury models and others as sporty N Line grades. Only the N Line vehicles will see a $500 price rise in August 2022.

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The difference between standard and N Line grades has widened.

As a result, the difference between mainstream or premium Tucson classes and their sportier-looking – but similarly tuned – counterparts grows wider. A complete pricing list may be seen at the end of this article. Regular Tucson models will continue to start at $34,900 before on-road charges in Australia, while the base 2.0-litre petrol Tucson N Line will be $38,900, up $500 from $38,400.

The premium Tucson Highlander diesel will remain $52,400 in ‘luxury’ trim, while the Highlander N Line diesel will now price $53,900. A comparable comparison is the Volkswagen Tiguan 147TDI Elegance ($55,990) and Tiguan 147TDI R-Line ($59,100).

Prices for the Hyundai Tucson 2022 in Australia

All quoted prices are before on-road charges and are effective August1, 2022.

$34,900 for the base model petrol FWD (no change)
N Line petrol FWD base model: $38,900 (+$500)
Elite FWD petrol: $39,400 (no change)
Petrol Elite N Line FWD: $41,900 (+$500)
AWD Elite petrol: $43,400 (no change)
Petrol AWD Elite N Line: $45,900 (+$500)
AWD Elite diesel: $45,400 (no change)
$47,900 (+$500) for the Elite N Line diesel AWD.
Highlander FWD petrol: $46,400 (no change)
$47,900 (+$500) for a Highlander N Line petrol FWD.
Highlander AWD petrol: $50,400 (no change)
$51,900 (+$500) for a Highlander N Line petrol AWD.
$52,400 for a Highlander diesel AWD (no change)
$53,900 (+$500) for a Highlander N Line diesel AWD.






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