Tag Archives: Hyundai

BUSSING ABOUT | VAN REVIEW – Hyundai iLoad

Stuart Martin takes the semi-bonneted van option for transport with the latest upgrade to the Hyundai iLoad. While the dual-cab ute market has taken the spotlight from passenger cars in sales terms, the LCV van market quietly rumbles along in the background … but that segment is changing. Still led by the long-serving HiAce, the Toyota segment leader is under ...

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iLOAD to GO | Van Review – Hyundai iLoad

Hyundai’s iLoad shows that a semi-bonneted van design still retains maximum appeal for the average PUD fleet operator – Words by Warren Caves, images by Torque it Up. Hyundai’s popular and hardworking iLoad LCV (light commercial vehicle) range has received a styling makeover and significant appointment upgrades to draw new buyers to the Korean makers 2018 offering. Originally released a ...

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THE VAN MAN | Small Van Review

Rob Randazzo and Brenton O’Connor review the small to medium van sector. Visitors to Sydney airport can gain an immediate impression of the importance of the van segment to the courier market simply by walking past the huge DHL courier depot located adjacent to the domestic terminal. It’s a hive of activity as dozens of yellow bee-like Ford Transits of ...

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Medium well-done

An impressive field of mainly-Euro mid-sized load carriers gave the Delivery Magazine Medium Van of the Year judges plenty to think about.   Judgment Day Stuart Martin delivers his adjudication Mercedes-Benz Vito 114 – Second It’s the most expensive here – although the IVECO gets close – but given the standard safety features and its composure on the road there’s ...

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On The Bus

Delivery’s people-mover category brought an interesting variety of options, some of which are totally unique in appeal and practicality. For Rob Randazzo, the thing that sets people movers apart from other load carriers is that your load has the ability to express its needs and opinions – and does! The only real unique advantage is that it self-loads (or unloads) ...

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Hyundai Returns

The South Korean company that excels in the passenger car market has regrouped for a renewed attack on the Australian truck buyer – Dave Whyte reports. It never ceases to amaze me how many manufacturers want a piece of the Australian truck market. Given the limited number of trucks sold across many different weight segments, the number of players in ...

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GAME CHANGER

Competition in the medium van segment takes a new turn as Mercedes-Benz launches the all-new Vito At Delivery we love technology, and when it relates to new and significantly improved vehicles we see it as a winner on several counts. For the buyer it means higher safety levels and better efficiency, for the environment it means   lower emissions, and for ...

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STEPPING UP

Hyundai increases the pressure on the van market with the launch of the H350 Think back 20 years and you’ll be hard pressed to remember anyone in your neighbourhood that owned a Hyundai car. Here is an automaker that didn’t exist before 1967, but, as the company sales records show, Hyundai today is a force not to be underestimated. Hyundai ...

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VanTastic

Delivery reports on what makes the grade in the quest for Van of the Year 2014 Short or long, low height or high roof, extended wheelbase or standard length, front or rear-wheel-drive, manual or automatic, petrol or diesel. Just what should the Australian van buyer be choosing and why? In this annual report on the vans available in the Australian ...

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Family Travel

Hyundai’s iMax shows it’s still an interesting and versatile performer. The rise to prominence of Hyundai’s iLoad and iMax has shown just how having the right product and the right price can shake the traditional market of vans and people movers. The South Korean manufacturer brought its semi-bonneted design into a segment where Toyota dominated and Ford held sway with ...

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