Hyundai has revised its UK market Tucson line-up for 2009 by including an all-new entry level 2WD model powered by a 139 bhp 2.0-liter gasoline engine. Priced from £14,695, the front-wheel-drive Tuscon 2.0 Comfort model comes equipped with standard air conditioning, auxiliary and USB audio connections, privacy glass, body-coloured bumpers and trim, electric windows all-round, front fog lights, roof rails, dual front and side airbags and 16-inch alloy wheels. Overall, the 2009 model year Tucsons can be distinguished by minor visual changes, such as a new-look radiator grille, new rear number plate surround and modified instrument cluster on all models.
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