TUC­SON 1.6 T-GDi AWD AUTO ELITE

Herald Sun - Motoring - - HEAD TO HEAD -

Hyundai’s more sub­stan­tial re­place­ment for the ix35 starts at $27,990 — the mid-range Elite is $38,240. Stan­dard are dual-zone cli­mate, 17-inch al­loys, push but­ton start, auto lights, wipers and mir­ror, LED head­lights, day­time run­ners and cor­ner­ing lights, Blue­tooth phone and au­dio, eight-inch touch­screen with sat­nav and power tailgate. War­ranty is five years/un­lim­ited km. Capped price ser­vic­ing is $2610 over five years. Re­sale is 64 per cent (ix35).

VER­DICT The Tuc­son is newer but Out­lander is larger with seven seats. The lat­ter will be the de­ter­min­ing fac­tor for many peo­ple. If you’re in the mar­ket for a

five-seater, how­ever, the Tuc­son is a no brainer

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