Makeover for Hyundai van
HYUNDAI has given the popular H1 nine-seater bus a makeover, which includes 17-inch alloys and a new infotainment centre with a large touchscreen.
The steering wheel now adjusts for reach as well as height a rear camera is an option on the H1 2.5 Turbodiesel Bus.
“The H1 has never really aged since we launched it in 2009, but the new makeover has really given it a modern look and a bold exterior that will attract many more buyers in this segment,” said Stanley Anderson, sales and operations director of Hyundai Automotive South Africa. He said the six-seater Multicab derivative has been discontinued from the range, but individual orders can still be placed.
The refreshed H1 Bus is still available two engines: A 2 359 cc petrol engine, (126 kW/224 Nm) with a fivespeed manual gearbox; and a 2 497 cc turbocharged diesel engine (125 kW/441 Nm with a five-speed automatics.
Prices for the three models start at R499 900 for the H1 2.4 Executive Bus petrol, which includes Hyundai’s five-year or 150 000 km warranty, and a five-year or 90 000 km service plan.
Huyndai’s H1 nine-seater van now sports more creature comforts.