There’s an updated Hyundai Tucson due mid-year, so the Korean brand is offering deals on the outgoing model.

    Hyundai is offering a $750 factory bonus on base Tucson models both with or without the N Line package, plus a $1500 factory bonus on all Elite and Highlander models.

    To receive this incentive, you’ll need to order and take delivery of a Tucson between now and April 30, 2024. It applies to Tucson models built prior to February 2024.

    You can view the terms and conditions on Hyundai’s website.

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    The Tucson range starts at $35,650 before on-road costs, or $39,797 drive-away based on a Sydney post code, before any offer is applied.

    The most expensive Tucson is the Highlander diesel with the N Line package, panoramic sunroof and metallic paint, which costs $55,150 before on-roads ($60,749 drive-away in NSW).

    You may have noticed the buy and sell buttons at the top of our site – they’re our connection to the dealer world, and each week we get updates on stock availability across certain brands.

    Our aim is to update our audience as often as possible with deals that are available.

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    William Stopford

    William Stopford is an automotive journalist based in Brisbane, Australia. William is a Business/Journalism graduate from the Queensland University of Technology who loves to travel, briefly lived in the US, and has a particular interest in the American car industry.

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