Longer, wider and taller than the previous generation, this compact SUV is now available with a choice of powertrains – combustion, hybrid and full electric.
The model we have here is the Hybrid N Line S, and takes its design queues from its big brother the Tucson and the Ioniq 5. A nice touch is the juxtaposition between the new interior design that still boasts rotary dials – a welcome feature for most drivers.
We found the powertrain flowed seamlessly between pure electric and combustion, and it handles well no matter what road you travel on, guaranteeing a relaxed journey for everyone. The hybrid powertrain offers great economy, and we achieved a 73.1mpg at one point – even with Ben’s lead foot!
There are four trims in the hybrid range:
The Advance – from £30,025.00
The N Line – from £31,825.00
The N Line S – from £34,225.00
The Ultimate – from £34,225.00
We had the N Line S on review, and took on a road trip – join us for part one as we head to Wetherby.