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When it comes to vans, there is only one main model offered by Hyundai. But what the iLoad range lacks in variety it more than makes up for in affordability and practicality.
With a large load area, modern features in the cab and a solid engine under the bonnet, Hyundai’s flagship commercial vehicle is a competitive addition to the UK market both as a new or used purchase.
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A pickup truck from Hyundai is set to arrive in the next two or three years, with a launch expected for 2017...
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The best used van on the market in the UK this month is the Hyundai iLoad, according to the judging panel at...
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In its panel van form, the iLoad is a productive van with plenty of features that set it apart from its competitors. A good example of this is the fact that the engine’s power is sent to the rear wheels rather than the front, making it particularly manoeuvrable in spite of its size and length. Hyundai claims that it is comparable to an estate car in terms of its turning circle, making it great for dealing with urban driving while also enhancing the experience behind the wheel when taking on twisting country lanes.
A driver’s airbag is available as standard on the basic iLoad panel van, while those who opt for the Comfort model will get a passenger airbag as well. All models should be able to minimise the chances of accidents happening thanks to anti-lock brakes, ESP and electronic brake-force distribution, which should give you more control during emergency manoeuvres.
The 2.5 litre CRDi engine powering the iLoad is a Euro 5 compliant unit, delivering class-leading torque to make pulling even the heaviest loads feel like it is not hard work. The panel-van version can cope with a maximum payload of 1062kg and has a total load area volume of 4.3 cubic metres. A maximum tow weight of 2300kg rounds out its technical specifications and makes Hyundai’s main van effort a worthy one indeed.
If three seats are not enough for your purposes, the six-seater Crew Van edition of the iLoad will be a better option. It still has a decent amount of room for cargo, with the load area offering a volume of 2.5 cubic metres. And the maximum payload of 1059kg shows that this model can be chosen without making too many compromises.
There are an impressive number of features present in the cab of the Crew Van and its panel van counterpart, with Hyundai adding electric windows, central locking and a CD player as standard. There is even a USB connection for media streaming and an aux input so that other peripherals can be connected to the in-cab speakers.
Air conditioning is another feature that is consistent across the entire range, along with Bluetooth connectivity so that hands-free calls can be made by drivers and passengers alike. The iLoad is not lacking in terms of interior storage, with nooks and crannies dotted throughout the Crew Van cab to be filled with whatever items or equipment might be necessary. And with a good build quality and long servicing intervals, Hyundai has done its best to give customers value for money with this van range.
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Of all the economical LCVs on display at IAA 2016, the H350 Fuel Cell van from Hyundai is arguably the most practical,...
A pickup truck from Hyundai is set to arrive in the next two or three years, with a launch expected for 2017 ahead of an...
The best used van on the market in the UK this month is the Hyundai iLoad, according to the judging panel at valuation...
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