2014 Hyundai iX35 (Tucson) Review: Hyundai Answers CX-5 & Tiguan

The Hyundai ix35 will be getting an upgrade and it is not a minor one, but a rather serious upgrade that will make this popular model even more popular.

Powering the new Hyundai ix35 will be the 2.0 liter 4 cylinder engine that will be able to produce 135kW and 392Nm. The engine will be mated to a six speed automatic transmission and has a fuel consumption rate of 7.2 liter/100km.

On the outside, the vehicle will be getting a new set if daytime running lights as well as a square projector style headlights. On the inside, the vehicle will be getting a new seven inch touchscreen that will hold the navigation system. The vehicle will also be fitted with a reversing camera, parking sensors, electric windows and also an electric seat adjustment.

They also tweak the suspension so that the vehicle now eels more steady on bumpy roads. The new Hyundai ix35 will retail at $40,490 for the base model.