- Hyundai Motor has enhanced its range of H-1 multi-purpose vehicles, boosting appeal through subtle styling changes, while upgrading interior design and equipment.
Both Cargo Van and Passenger Bus variants now benefit from new convenience and safety features that further increase New H-1’s value as an outstanding travel and cargo solution.
Adding to an already impressive equipment list, Hyundai has upgraded the instrument panel and cluster, incorporating new multimedia and convenience features. Within the redesigned centre fascia customers can now opt for a 7-inch touch screen interface incorporating navigation and reversing camera display, with DAB radio also now available.
Further improvements to the instrument cluster include a new 2.8-inch LCD screen, with steering-wheel remote control, electric folding mirrors and a cooling glove box bringing greater convenience for the driver. Cruise control is also available, for the 2.5 CRDi engine with automatic transmission.
The upgraded H-1 is even safer for all occupants too, adding a side-impact airbag and safety powered windows offering added protection. The high level of equipment suggests even stronger future residual values for small and large businesses, while running costs are kept low thanks to a new, more fuel-efficient, 2,5-litre, common-rail diesel engine.
The rear-wheel drive medium panel van continues to offer one of the best payloads and cargo areas in its class, while the Passenger Bus, is now also available with full Auto Air conditioning and can comfortably accommodate eight people. Even with all the seats in use, the capable and practical Bus variant still offers 842 litres of cargo capacity. A new 16-inch alloy wheel design enhances the sleek, contemporary design shared by the Cargo Van and Passenger Bus models.