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Arrive in style with the Hyundai H-1

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Arrive in style with the Hyundai H-1

Coupling stylish design, the latest technology and a powerful yet economical engine with the space and convenience demanded of a minivan, the Hyundai H-1 adds another dimension to the segment.

A full five metres long and seating 12 in comfort, two large sliding doors ensure easy access and exiting for passengers.

The latest 2.5 litre engine – coupled to a five-speed automatic transmission – produces around 170 horsepower while boasting average fuel efficiency of 8.5 litres per 100km, with 16-inch alloy wheels able to handle the most challenging of road conditions.

The H-1’s stylish, modern design – highlighted by its wide cascading front grille and innovative LED headlights, indicators and fog lamps – points to the array of technological features inside.

At the rear, large LED combination tail lights increase visibility at night, while safety is further enhanced with a rear camera and parking-assist system.

The luxurious leather interior is air-conditioned, while driver comfort and safety on long journeys is maximised by a driver’s seat equipped with a heating and cooling function.

The H-1 comes in deluxe and full-option models, with the latter offering a wider centre information display and two side airbags for passengers in addition to the two available in the front.

Swivel seats allow passengers to face each other, while their comfort is further enhanced with the dual sunroof and long side windows that allow for the enjoyment of fresh air and better views.

The South Korean-manufactured Hyundai H-1 offers affordability and comes with a three-year or 100,000km warranty and a genuine spare parts warranty.

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