Hyundai H1 Panelvan

The H-1: Your Business Partner

The new H-1 is the answer when a regular, car-based station wagon is just not big enough. With a choice of three, nine or twelve seats, the wagon is at home in a variety of business and leisure roles – as a works van, a hotel taxi shuttle, for tourists on sight-seeing trips or for taking sports club members (and all their gear) to the big event. The strong, modern exterior is complemented by a comfortable, convenient and spacious interior. And because it’s a Hyundai, reliability and economy are part of the DNA.

With its sturdy frame and massive cargo capacity, you would be forgiven for thinking that the H-1 was just a work horse. But inside this practical business tool’s cabin are comfort and convenience fittings typically only associated with passenger cars.

The driver cabin has standard aircon, electric windows and versatile seating for three with the third seat that can be folded up when not in use for armrest with cup holders and storage compartment. Behind the driver cabin is a massive 4000 litres of load capacity. The side sliding doors allow you easy access to the entire load area and the wide type type rear doors allows easy loading and unloading of equipment, tools or deliveries.

Powered by your choice of either a 2.4 CVVT or 2.5 VGTi engine, the H-1 has more than enough power and torque to take your load from A to B without losing pace or struggling uphill. Inner city driving is a breeze thanks to the small turning circle, while the flexible suspension ensures comfort on any road.

With its power and large cargo capacity, it is easy to see why the H-1 is the perfect delivery or business vehicle.



Seating for


Max Torque

392 Nm
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