3,859 used Hyundai Tucson have been price checked

3,859 used Hyundai Tucson have been price checked

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Hyundai Tucson is an interesting electric SUV

Interested in the South korean Hyundai Tucson? AutoUncle has 5,614 used Hyundai Tucson for sale in the United Kingdom, collected from online marketplaces and different dealership websites, meaning you get to have nearly a full overview of all used Hyundai Tucson for sale in the UK.

What is the average price of a pre-owned Hyundai Tucson?

There exist four main elements who decides what a pre-owned Hyundai Tucson might cost: year of the car, fuel consumption of the car, how many miles the car has travelled and equipment.

On AutoUncle, the cheapest Hyundai Tucson can be purchased for £1,295, while the most expensive model costs around £27,999.

Hyundai Tucson trim variant

The latest generation of the Hyundai Tucson, named TUCSON THIRD GENERATION, was introduced in 2016 and comes in the following equipment levels:

In order to find the best sale price, it is crucial only comparing the sale prices of cars with the same engine and trim level. If not, you could make a wrong conclusion on which car to buy.

To be specific, the highest priced equipment variant, named Premium (Avg. price £21,422), is 24% more expensive than the cheapest variant, SE (Avg. price £17,406), so you can save an average of £4,016 by choosing the cheapest variant. Typically, the depreciation is higher for the expensive equipment variant when buying a new Hyundai Tucson, as dealerships don't value equipment at the same level when reselling the car.

The fuel efficiency is 24% better than the average for similar cars

The Hyundai Tucson petrol drives an average of 45 miles per gallon of petrol. In comparison, an ordinary SUV drives 34 miles per gallon.

Hyundai Tucson fuel types

In order to choose the right fuel type, you need to ask yourself the following questions: Do you only use your car to get to and from work? Is the distance less than roughly 35 miles each way? If you use your car for short distances or in the city, you should consider hybrid, electric or petrol cars.

On the other hand, if you tend to rack up a lot of miles each week, we recommend diesel. Note that certain countries have banned high-emission diesel engines from cities.

AutoUncle's selection of Hyundai Tucson for sale by fuel type:

Grey is the most popular colour

The most popular colour choice for the Hyundai Tucson is grey and there are currently 1,021 cars in that colour available on AutoUncle.

Grey is a great choice because it hides dirt and mud well, which means that it doesn’t require as much washing and cleaning.

You can get the current generation of Hyundai Tucson in 11 different shades: grey, blue, white, black, red, silver, beige, brown, green, turquoise and gold.

The Hyundai Tucson only exists as suv

SUV means Sport Utility Vehicle. This is one of the most popular types of cars available today. Cars of this type are versatile and have a higher ride height than traditional cars, which many people prefer.

Popular alternatives to the South korean Hyundai Tucson

The Hyundai Tucson is a relatively popular car within its segment and the following cars in particular are good alternatives to the SUV.

Popular alternatives to the Hyundai Tucson

  • Nissan Qashqai
  • Ford Kuga
  • Kia Sportage
  • Land Rover Range Rover evoque

The bestselling sport utility car and a popular alternative to the Hyundai Tucson is the Nissan Qashqai. It has an average sales price of £ 18,250 and right now you can find 15,579 of this car for sale on AutoUncle.

The Ford Kuga is the also a popular car within the segment and you will find 10,898 cars for sale, and the 3rd most popular car in the segment is a Kia Sportage. At AutoUncle you can currently find 10,802 of this car for sale.

AutoUncle's valuation

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At AutoUncle, we firmly believe that every consumer should be enabled to make fair deals while purchasing a second hand car. This is why, since 2010, we have been building a free, independent car valuation service, to help consumers across Europe search and compare cars based on their price.

Everyday, our systems scan or receive data from 3000+ websites (marketplaces or car dealers) across Europe, resulting in more than 5 million cars evaluated.

How do we come up with a car valuation?

The price valuation for each vehicle is calculated by statistically comparing the car and its price to similar cars currently for sale. AutoUncle updates valuations regularly to make sure that the comparisons shown are as accurate and up-to-date as possible, and take into account market trends as well.

Our price comparisons takes more than 100 potential factors into consideration, for example:






This allows us to determine its market value and evaluate the fairness of the price and rate it in one of AutoUncle’s five price rating categories.

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