The Hyundai H1 was first introduced in 2007 where a facelifted version entered the fray in 2018 with revised styling and a richer equipment list. All of the research and development over the last 13 years seems to have paid off with the third generation Hyundai H1 which will reportedly be market-ready by 2021.
Space. Convenience. Utility. The Hyundai H-1 bus has always been an all-around people pleaser. Whether you need some extra space to cart around your crew to sports practice, have a big family that likes to get out there and explore the world, or need room to grow your business, the H-1 is the vehicle you want in your corner. Affordable, easy to maintain, fuel-efficient – what’s not to love? And now we’ve tweaked the existing model to bring you three all-new derivatives that are poised to make Hyundai bus-ownership even more effortless.
Here’s what Hyundai H-1 enthusiasts can look forward to:
Ever get the urge to just get up and go? To escape the humdrum of your everyday life and hit the road? How many times have you made it all the way to the door before reality set in: what about the kids? Who’s going make sure grandpa takes his pills? Who will feed the dogs? What about the project due on Monday? Well, thanks to Hyundai’s H1 Bus, you don’t have to compromise. The kids and grandpa and even the dogs can come along, with oodles of space left over for Monday’s project (even if it happens to be the bake-sale – the H1 Bus has space for the kitchen sink, not to mention the oven). And with nine seats in addition to 851 litres of luggage space, you can take the neighbours’ kids too. And if their parents object, well, take the parents to boot!
In 2009 when Hyundai launched the H-1 it was a serious contender in its weight class, now the Korean car giant has updated its people carrier and the H-1 is punching way above its weight. On a par with its German counterparts in terms of performance, appearance and accessories Hyundai’s offering comes in at a much more appealing price.