The Hyundai Tucson plug-in hybrid AWD Trend, which costs 47,030 euros, is ready for a consumption check.
The drive of the Hyundai corresponds to that of the larger Kia Sorento: a 67 kW electric motor between the six-speed automatic and the 1.6-liter four-cylinder, plus a battery with a net capacity of 13.8 kWh. The 265 system hp are enough to surpass the manufacturer's specification of 191 km/h: According to the speedometer, it manages 210 with a little start-up and a charged battery and also keeps the pace. We measured the speedometer deviation at a speed of 180 with only 2 km/h. It accelerates electrically in 4.8 seconds smoothly and still quickly enough to 50 km/h. At country road speed, however, a long 17.6 clicks pass. And what about the fuel, electricity and maintenance costs?,
Our test consumption
Hyundai gives a WLTP consumption of 1.4 liters Super and 17 for the Tucson plug-in hybrid AWD Trend 7 kWh per 100 kilometers. He moves away from this value in everyday life. We have determined an average consumption of 1.9 liters and 13.5 kWh, which causes costs of 8.46 euros per 100 kilometers. The Hyundai consumed 6.7 liters on the Eco lap, while consuming 8.3 liters on the Commuter route. If the Hyundai was moved in a sporty manner, consumption rose to 11.5 liters. The average consumption hybrid is 8.5 liters. On the purely electric lap, the power consumption was 17.5 kWh. The fuel costs are calculated using the daily updated fuel price on our partner portal tank up more (08/30/2022 / Great: 1.80 euros/liter ). The electricity costs are calculated using the average household electricity price according to the BDEW Bundesverband der Energie- und Wasserwirtschaft e.V. (Average electricity price for a household with an annual consumption of 3,500 kWh: 0.3730 euros/kWh . Basic price included proportionately, tariff products and basic supply tariffs incl New customer tariffs included, not volume-weighted). The electricity price at a public charging station is usually higher.
Monthly maintenance costs
If you drive as resource-efficiently as we do on our eco tour, you reduce the costs for 100 kilometers to 12.06 euros. The rather violent gait results in a sum of 20.70 euros. The costs in hybrid operation amount to 15.30 euros. Electricity costs of 6.53 euros are incurred on the purely electric route. The vehicle tax costs 32 euros per year for the Hyundai, the liability insurance is 485 euros. Partial and fully comprehensive insurance cost an additional 141 and 642 euros respectively. Monthly maintenance costs of 238 euros are paid by those who drive the Hyundai 15,000 kilometers a year. If the mileage is doubled, the sum increases to 488 euros. We leave out the loss in value in this calculation.
How to test
The auto motor und sport test consumption for plug-in hybrids is made up of three differently weighted consumption drives driven in hybrid mode. So-called “commuter consumption” accounts for 70 percent. This is a journey from home to work, which averages 21 kilometers (starting with an empty battery). A particularly economical, approx. 275-kilometre-long eco-lap (start with an empty battery) counts for 15 percent. The remaining 15 percent is accounted for by the sports driver lap. The length is roughly the same as the eco lap, but the route includes a larger proportion of motorway and thus higher speeds on average. An extra is the pure E round. This shows the maximum range in kilometers with a fully charged battery before the combustion engine starts. The consumption is calculated from the measured energy consumption including charging losses. The charging time for a full battery charge and the amount of energy in the battery, including charging losses, are also measured. The basis for calculating the fuel costs is always the price quoted on the "more tanken" portal on the day the article was created.
The monthly maintenance costs include maintenance, wear part costs and vehicle taxes assuming an annual mileage of 15,000 and 30,000 kilometers without loss of value. The basis for the calculation is the test consumption, a three-year holding period, no-claims class SF12 for liability and fully comprehensive insurance with Allianz including discounts for garage parkers and the restriction to certain drivers (not under 21). At Allianz, SF12 offers a discount rate of 34 percent for liability and 28 percent for comprehensive insurance.
In the auto motor und sport test consumption, the 47,030 euro Hyundai Tucson plug-in hybrid AWD Trend with 265 hp system performance ended up with an average value of 1.9 liters Super and 13.5 kWh per 100 kilometers. The combined fuel and electricity costs over this distance are 8.46 euros. The monthly maintenance costs are 238 euros (15,000 km annual mileage) or 488 euros (30,000 km annual mileage).