As Hyundai launched its SUV, Tucson, in Pakistan in August, the company had introduced the facelift of its international 3rd generation in India in July 2020.
We will present a brief comparison of both cars in these two countries, to see the differences and similarities.
Hyundai Nishat Motors launched two variants of Tucson in Pakistan, i.e., FWD GLS Sport and AWD Ultimate. Meanwhile, in India, the company has launched three-car variants in both petrol and diesel engine. These variants are FWD AT GL (O), FWD AT GLS, and AWD GLS. However, the AWD variant is only available in diesel engine.
The exterior of Tucson in both countries is quite similar, with chrome front grille, chrome door handles, panoramic sunroof, static bending front lamps, shark fin antenna, and LED lights. However, the Indian 2WD AT GL (O) variant has projector lights.
In Pakistan’s Tucson GLS Sport variant, the driver has an 8-way power seat along with 2-way lumbar support; meanwhile, the company has installed an 8-way power driver seat, 2-way lumbar support, and 8-way power seat in its Ultimate variant.
Meanwhile, Indian variants have a 10-way power-adjustable Driver Seat with lumbar support and 8-way Power-adjustable Passenger Seat.
The Pakistani variants have a 10.1-inch infotainment system with the Android Auto TM function, while Indian variants come with an 8-inch infotainment center, which can be connected with both Apple CarPlay and Andriod Auto TM function. Furthermore, Indian variants have the Hyundai Blue Link Connected Car Technology.
All variants in India come with leather interior, including seats, while on the other hand, Pakistan’s GLS Sport has fabric seats.
The company has launched all variants in both Pakistan and India with 4-cylinder 2000cc engines. The petrol engines produce similar 155hp at 6200RPMs, and mated with 6-speed transmission, while the diesel engine in India produces 187hp at 4000RPMs and comes with 8-speed transmission.
The dimensions of all variants in both countries are similar, with 4480 mm length, 1855mm width, and 1660mm height. Furthermore, all have a same wheelbase of 2670mm.
Safety Comparison of Hyundai Tucson Variants:
The Tucson in India comes with 6-airbags, while the Pakistani version has only two airbags in it, revealing a vital safety difference. Moreover, Tucson in both countries comes with Hill-Start Control (HAC), ABS, Electric Parking Brake, Electronic Stability Control, and front/rear disc brakes.
Furthermore, the Indian variants have parking and rain sensors and child seat, which are not available in Pakistani variants.
Wheel Size of Hyundai Tucson Variants:
Pakistan and Indian variants have an 18-inch alloy wheel with 225/55 R18 tyre size.
Price Comparison of Hyundai Tucson Variants:
In Pakistan, GLS Sport will cost you Rs4,899,000, while the rate of Tucson Ultimate is Rs5,399,000. It is pertinent to mention that these are ex-factory prices.
The prices of all three Indian Tucson variants range from INR22,30,000 (PKR 5,028, 323), to INR 27,00,000 (PKR6,088, 104).
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