Hyundai H1

Hyundai versatile H1 Multicab

By |January 25th, 2012|

Practical workhorse and spacious people carrier blends to form Hyundai’s versatile H1 Multicab

First there was the popular and very attractive H1 Bus, Hyundai’s people carrier that has become a hit with families, tour operators and anyone who needs to transport more than four people with luggage safely and in great comfort.

Hyundai H1 Panel Van ticks all the right boxes

By |October 6th, 2011|

H1 Panel Van ticks all the right boxes, and carries them too

Hyundai Automotive South Africa’s H1 Panel Van was turned into the ultimate load-lugger with the addition of a turbodiesel derivative to the range.

With its reputation already established in the popular H1 nine-seater wagon, the 2,5-litre common-rail unit was added in this capacious carrier at the beginning of 2011. A 91 mm bore and a 96 mm stroke results in smooth operation from idle to red line, while a 16-valve 4-cylinder and all-aluminium construction confirm it to be of a thoroughly modern design.  Headline numbers remain unchanged and on a diet of 500 ppm diesel it produces 120 kW at 3 800 r/min and 392 Nm at 2 000 r/min.

Hyundai practical H1 wagon offers power fuel-economy

By |October 6th, 2011|

Popular, practical H1 wagon offers power, fuel-economy with petrol and diesel engines

Hyundai’s H1 nine-seater luxury wagon has been a runaway success since its launch in March 2009 with its 2,4 litre petrol engine, and became even more popular with the introduction of this practical bus with a 2,5 litre turbodiesel in 2010.


By |February 8th, 2011|

(Johannesburg, South Africa) Business users looking for an affordable full-size panel van powered by a big-hitting turbodiesel can call off the search: Hyundai’s H1 is now available with the company’s acclaimed 2,5-litre common rail engine under the bonnet, priced at just R264 900. Key features of this gifted newcomer to Hyundai’s commercial vehicle fleet are:

Moving on up

By |March 19th, 2010|

Hyundai’s H1 nine-seater luxury wagon, a runaway success since its launch in March 2009 and with sales peaking at 90 units in December, is now available with the option of effortless turbodiesel power.


By |January 28th, 2009|

Being able to move a big volume of luggage or a large number of people in a secure and practical – or safe and comfortable – manner has become a key factor in the local transport environment, and the start of 2009 sees Hyundai Automotive South Africa introduce a pair of new-age vehicles to meet these very different needs.