The folks over at Hyundai have introduced the all-new STARIA Panel Van which is longer, wider and taller than the H1 van which it replaces. In addition, Hyundai says it offers more luxury features and better fuel economy.
This 3-seater Panel Van completes the STARIA range, which also consists of the 7-, 9- and 11-seater buses and the 5-seater Multicab with its separate cargo compartment.
Under the bonnet of the new Panel Van is the same 2,2-litre turbodiesel engine found in the people-carrying STARIA variants. It delivers 130 kW maximum power and 430 Nm torque, using an 8-speed automatic gearbox to drive the vehicle through the front wheels.
Compared to its H1 forerunner, the all-new STARIA Panel Van has grown in overall length, width and height. Its has a 3 273 mm wheelbase, which helps smoothen the ride quality. The sliding door opening width has increased to 870 mm, while the loading height is lower at 573 mm for convenience. The cargo load capacity is 900 kg.
The suggested retail price of the STARIA Panel Van is R599 900, which includes a 7-year / 200 000 km warranty; 6-year / 90 000 km service plan; and roadside assistance for 5 years or 150 000 km. The service interval is 15 000 km.
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