Hyundai has recently launched the 2022 Tucson in India, loaded with a new set of features along with a modern design. It exhibits Hyundai’s concept of sensuous sportiness with the headlamps integrated into the front grille and sleek cuts. It also features new features such as ADAS, but how does it sit across the Citroen C5 Aircross?
Tucson vs C5 Aircross Powertrain
Hyundai is offering their SUV with both petrol & diesel engines, while Citroen offers the C5 Aircross only with a diesel engine and two variants. Hyundai offers a 2-litre petrol & a 2-litre diesel engine with impressive power figures along with AWD with the diesel and respective automatic transmissions.
We have the power figures compared below:
|Diesel||186HP & 416nm Torque|6-speed automatic||177hp & 400Nm torque|8-speed torque converter|
|Petrol||156hp & 192Nm torque| 8-speed automatic||–|
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Citroen offers no petrol variants, and Tucson packs slightly more power. In addition to that, it offers AWD with drive modes such as Snow, Mud and Sand in the top variant, while Citroen offers only FWD with the following drive modes: Eco, Normal and Sports.
Tucson vs C5 Aircross Dimensions
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Hyundai has updated their candidate with a more modern & sharp design as compared to the C5 Aircross, which has a bulky appeal. They both are premium 5-seater SUVs, and both stand on 18-inch wheels as well. It is lengthier along with the most extended wheelbase in the segment, but C5 Aircross is broader and taller.
Tucson vs C5 Aircross Features & Pricing
Hyundai has offered first-in-segment features such as the ADAS level 2 and 60+ connected car tech features with the Hyundai Bluelink. It also offers the multi-air mode, which caters to the cabin’s comfort with a gentle airflow and dual-zone climate control.
|ADAS||Level 2||Level 1|
|Airconditioning||Multi-Air Mode||On Board AQS|
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C5 Aircross misses some connected car tech and features an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system. In addition to that, it will miss out on some comfort & legroom. Hyundai offers their SUV from ₹27.7-34.39 lakhs ex-showroom while Citroen offers the C5 Aircross from ₹38.19-40.02 lakhs ex-showroom giving Hyundai an edge in pricing as well. Which one of these would you pick?