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|Hyundai||iLoad 2.5 120PS||2011||Panel Vans Medium||£10,495.00|
|•Electric Front Windows
•Full Steel Bulkhead with Window
•Sliding Rear Side Doors
•Twin Privacy Glazed 180° Opening Rear Doors
•Stereo RDS Radio/CD Player with MP3 Compatibility
•USB and Aux Connections
•Steering Wheel Audio Controls
•Floor Mounted Load Lashing
Hyundai does not offer a range of commercial vehicles as broad as those of its competitors. But the variants that it has created certainly represent value for money while benefiting from solid build quality and good levels of reliability. For panel vans that are not from the industry’s traditional frontrunners, Hyundai is a good marque to consider.
Hyundai iLoad Panel Van
The iLoad recently received an update and is an especially worthy investment for commercial purposes because of the long warranty that is included as standard. Covering five years or 100,000 miles, the warranty gives buyers plenty of coverage and means that many used models are still able to reap the benefits.
The panel van iteration of the iLoad comes with an impressive 4.3 cubic metres of load space in the rear, with the specially strengthened chassis allowing it to cope with up to 1062kg of weight in the rear. The rear doors can be fitted with privacy glass or remain unglazed if required, and there are plenty of impressive standard features, including electrically adjustable seats, central locking, a CD player and convenient cubby holes.
Powered by a diesel engine, the current iLoad have the best level of torque in its class. So when it comes to bearing heavy loads without feeling as if performance and drivability have been diminished, the iLoad is a good choice. Another element which should be considered about this model is the fact that it has rear-wheel drive, giving it plenty of manoeuvrability while also keeping the turning circle nice and tight.
Hyundai iLoad Crew Van
The Crew Van variant of the iLoad is still a very versatile machine, coming with 2.5 cubic metres of load space in the rear and the same 2.5 litre CRDi diesel engine under the bonnet as its panel van stable mate. The reduced load space is, of course, due to the fact that it can seat six people within, giving crews a comfortable and spacious place to relax while travelling on the job.
A driver airbag is standard on all models, with a passenger airbag being available on the Comfort Crew Van for added protection. There are also a number of electronic safety systems, including ABS and EBD, that are quickly becoming essential on modern commercial vehicles. ESP can be added as an optional extra. It is a system that automatically adjusts the throttle to ensure that the van remains under control of the driver at all times.
Entertainment is improved thanks to the presence of inputs for auxiliary audio devices, as well as a USB port. And sliding doors on the side allow for easy loading in tight spaces. While the rear doors can be side-hinged, a lift-up privacy glazed tailgate is also an option, depending on your requirements. Hyundai offers plenty of configuration on its individual vans while keeping the overall range simple so that commercial buyers know what they are looking for and are also confident in the five-year warranty that is supplied with the vehicles.
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