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Vans and minibuses in the Hyundai model lineup appeared in 1987 when production of the H-100 family began (cars are known in the domestic market as Hyundai Grace), the license for which was purchased from the Mitsubishi concern.
In 1996, the production of the first self-developed car of this class began – the first generation Hyundai H-1. In parallel with this car until 2004, due to high demand, the Hyundai H-100 was also produced. H-1 in the domestic Korean market is known as Hyundai Starex (Grand Starex – since 2007).
The second-generation Hyundai H-1 world debut took place in 2007 at the Seoul International Motor Show.
Interior Hyundai H-1 2007
Externally, the original Hyundai H-1 is made according to the classical scheme – the body is the bearing element of the structure, the engine is located longitudinally, the torque is transmitted to the rear axle of the car.
The family of minibuses and vans is represented with a 2.5-liter diesel engine existing in atmospheric and turbocharged versions (116 and 170 hp, respectively), as well as with a 2.4-liter gasoline engine with 170 hp. with. Available gearboxes are 4-speed automatic and 5-speed manual. Independent front suspension – McPherson. Rear suspension – Rigid Axle 5-link. The basic configuration of the Hyundai H-1 includes ABS, EBD, airbags for the driver and front passenger, disc brakes on all wheels, and ESP also has a dynamic stabilization system in the maximum configuration.
- For the Korean market, the car comes in an extended range of configurations and is called the Grand Starex.
Engine power increased to 174 liters. with. Transmission – 5-speed automatic or manual.