Hyundai vans get nip, tuck

Albany Extra - - Motoring - Ewan Kennedy

Hyundai has added an up-mar­ket model to its iMax peo­ple mover range.

The iMax Elite sits on a new de­sign of 17-inch al­loy wheels.

Even the spare is a full-sized al­loy, rather than a space-sav­ing steel spare.

In­side, the Elite has lux­ury fea­tures such as a beige leather­trimmed in­te­rior, two-tone colour dash­board as well as heated front seats. Even bet­ter, the driver’s seat is ven­ti­lated.

The rear-view mir­ror is self dimming and dual sun­roofs of­fer plenty of light.

The iLoad van and iMax peo­ple mover have a new front-end ap­pear­ance courtesy of a black bar grille with a chrome lip sur­round that works into a new head­light de­sign. A new front bumper in­cor­po­rates fog lamps on all ver­sions of the iMax.

All vari­ants — iMax and iLoad — now have au­to­matic head­lights as well as a four-way ad­justable steer­ing wheel.

The in­stru­ment clus­ter de­sign has been re­vised with a trip com­puter and up­dated 7.0-inch touch screen.

Your lo­cal Hyundai dealer is Al­bany World of Cars 9892 0800.

Pic­tures: Mar­que Mo­tor­ing

The frontal ap­pear­ance of the up­graded Hyundai iMax and iLoad is bolder than be­fore.

The rear-view mir­ror is self dimming and there are dual sun­roofs.

The in­stru­ment clus­ter de­sign has been re­vised.

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