A boost to finance offers on the Hyundai Tucson hybrid SUV range is hoped to tempt more private buyers into Hyundai dealerships ahead of the 24-plate change in March.
As SMMT trends shows challenges with getting private buyers into pure electric vehicles (EVs), Hyundai is taking an opportunity to highlight the attraction of its self-charging hybrid SUV.
There’s a £1,750 deposit contribution for buyers taking out a PCP of personal motor loan with Hyundai Finance to get behind a Tucson, plus customers who can take delivery before March 31 could upgrade trim level from the Tucson Hybrid SE Connect to the Tucson Hybrid Premium for no addition charge, a saving of £2,200.
Or for £200 extra they could upgrade from SE Connect trim to the N Line trim with its sporty styling features.
And for buyers seeking range-topping levels of kit and style, Hyundai has upgrade offers to Ultimate and N Line S trims at a £600 saving.
The Tucson, winner of Auto Express’s Best SUV award for three years consecutively, was Hyundai Motor UK’s best-selling model in 2023, and it was the second highest selling hybrid in the UK marketplace.
A facelifted Tucson was revealed by Hyundai in November ahead of its launch this year,