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The 2016 Hyundai iLoad sees some additional equipment, but does it stack up for business buyers?
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LIST PRICE From $32,990
CARADVICE RATING 7.0
FUEL ECONOMY 8.8/100km
SEAT 9
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Hyundai iLoad Reviews

2016 Hyundai iLoad Review

The 2016 Hyundai iLoad sees some additional equipment, but does it stack up for business buyers?

Van comparison : Toyota HiAce v Hyundai iLoad v Ford Transit Custom v Renault Trafic v Fiat Scudo v Mercedes-Benz Vito v Volkswagen Transporter

Matt Campbell assesses seven load-lugging light commercial vans to see whether buyers are making the right business decision.

Hyundai iLoad Review : Market stall weekender

Armed with a van full of 'stuff', James Ward takes the Hyundai iLoad to the Docklands Sunday Market.

Hyundai iLoad Crew Van Review & Road Test

Trade tough, practical and comfortable, iLoad Crew Van covers all bases Model Tested: 2009 Hyundai iLoad H1 Crew Van; 2.5-litre, four-cylinder, turbo-diesel; five-speed manual; van - $36,490* Options Available: Metallic Paint $375; Rear Barn Doors $550; ESC with Traction Control $700 CarAdvice Rating: Words by Matt Brogan Pics by Paul Maric Hyundai's i-Series vans have forced a serious re-think on the way we view the humble white van...

Hyundai iLoad Comparisons

Van comparison: Hyundai iLoad v Renault Trafic v Volkswagen Transporter

Commercial vans are increasingly proving an important part of the Australian automotive landscape. Vans of all sizes – small, medium and large – saw sales increases in 2015, and it’s that middle segment that takes up the majority of sales. There’s a clear sales leader and, surprise, surprise – it’s a Toyota...

Van comparison : Toyota HiAce v Hyundai iLoad v Ford Transit Custom v Renault Trafic v Fiat Scudo v Mercedes-Benz Vito v Volkswagen Transporter

Matt Campbell assesses seven load-lugging light commercial vans to see whether buyers are making the right business decision.

Hyundai iLoad News

2019 Hyundai iMax and iLoad pricing and specs

Hyundai Australia has unveiled the restyled 2019 iLoad and iMax twins, with more equipment and a new iMax Elite model with a more luxurious cabin and twin sunroofs. Both load-lugging and people-moving versions of the big Hyundai have benefitted from a new nose with a new, on-brand grille and squarer headlights...

2018 Hyundai Grand Starex revealed, likely previews iMax/iLoad refresh

The facelifted versions of the Hyundai iLoad van and Hyundai iMax people mover have, very likely, been previewed by the updated Hyundai Grand Starex, which has just been unveiled in South Korea. Externally, the biggest changes have happened at the front of the van. There, the current vertical headlights have been replaced with much thinner, horizontally-arrayed units...

The oldest 'new' cars on sale today

There have been some big-name retirements in the automotive landscape recently – the most prominent of them being the Land Rover Defender. But there are some other models out there that have been kicking around for quite a while, so we thought we’d take a look at some of the oldest ‘new’ cars still on sale...

Medium van sales are booming right now

The medium-sized van segment grew faster, in percentage terms, than any other part of the new vehicle market in the first half of 2016. According to VFACTS industry data, the Vans/CC 2.5-3.5-tonne segment shot up 21.4 per cent over the same period last year, to 10,480 sales in total (giving it a little under 2 per cent of the overall new vehicle market)...

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Hyundai iLoad Owner Reviews

2008 HYUNDAI iLOAD CREW Review

i bought a 2008 iload with 150000 km diesel from a used dealer . after 1200km the engine spun a bearring and broke the crank and punched a hole in the block a change over reco engine is going to cost me 10 grand fitted not very impressed...

2009 HYUNDAI iLOAD CREW Review

My iLoad 2009 has done 125,000km at present. It is very comfortable to drive and the fuel economy is also very good - about 9L/100km is very good for such a big and heavy vehicle. The big problem is not the vehicle but Hyundai the company. Every warrany repair takes four days even if it is a minor repair...

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