2019 Hyundai H-1 Diesel First Images
Despite the fact that Hyundai H-1 has been on the market for more than ten years, it is still in demand and popular. Compared with its predecessor, the new car has changed on all fronts – it has become much more attractive both externally and internally, enlarged in size, acquired modern functions. And most importantly – under the hood appeared powerful engines.
Appearance H-1 is universal – a reserved-strict minivan will be optimally looked both as a family car and as a business car. The front part with an impressive grille and large headlights, convex wheel arches, solid forage with lanterns and trunk lid – suggest that we have a new car in front of us.
And so, we smoothly go to the Hyundai H-1 2019. The interior of the minibus produces a favorable impression of laconic and cute design – a simple and functional set of appliances, a large multi-rudder with a four-spoke design, a pleasant center console with a modern climate panel. The Hyundai H-1 Grand Starex showroom impresses with its spaciousness – it can accommodate eight people at the same time.
The initial versions of the minibus received a diesel CRDi WGT engine in volume of 2.5 liters meeting the ecological requirements of “Euro-4”. More expensive versions in their arsenal have diesel engine CRDi VGT of similar volume, but equipped with a turbocharger and produces 170 horsepower. But, it will not be cheap. The base car will be more than 18 thousand dollars.
All versions of the car are rear-wheel drive, but in the top version of the H-1 is equipped with automatic locking of the rear differential – this option allows to increase the torque. For the safety of the car, the frontal pillows of the driver and front passenger, front seat belt pretensioners, braking force distribution systems are standard.
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