In 2015, Hyundai presented the Tucson, which replaced the iX35 in the class of compact SUVs. With 4.48 meters in length and 1.85 meters in width, the Tucson looks pretty stately for this class, which is supported by its angular front design. The Tucson shares the technical base with the Kia Sportage. His stately demeanor and his solid equipment put him in the vicinity of larger and more expensive SUVs. It is offered with front-wheel drive and four-wheel drive, with two petrol and four diesel versions, as well as manual and dual-clutch transmissions.