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2020 Hyundai iLoad review: diesel automatic

As we approach end-of-financial-year bargains season, we test one of the top-selling vans in Australia.

Negotiating Christmas in the 2018 Hyundai iLoad

Double demerit points, largely desolate roads and barely any traffic leave me wanting one thing over the Christmas break – a commercial vehicle that isn't likely to encourage me to get into any trouble. The CarAdvice Toyota LandCruiser 70 Series wasn't quite ready to go from its first round of mods and with the requirement that I lug my huge 80-litre Engel fridge/freezer around over the break, the 2018 Hyundai iLoad presented itself as the perfect solution...

2018 Hyundai iLoad LWB auto diesel liftback review

Tradies are finally getting the respect they deserve with better, safer tools of the trade. The iLoad is up there with the best of them in the commercial van segment too.

2016 Hyundai iLoad Review

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

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Hyundai iLoad Comparisons

Spec shootout: 2021 Renault Trafic v 2021 Hyundai iLoad

White box battle; the Renault Trafic and Hyundai iLoad...

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

2022 Hyundai iMax and iLoad caught on camera as teaser photos are released

The 2022 Hyundai iMax and iLoad have been given spaceship looks and a new name. Photos of the 2022 Hyundai Staria were released today just hours after two examples of the real deal were caught on camera in what appears to be a photoshoot. The photo, published on the Korean website Autospynet, shows a commercial van version of the new Hyundai iLoad in front of what appears to be the successor to the Hyundai iMax...

2021 Hyundai iMax people-mover, iLoad van spied in testing

UPDATE, 16 November 2020: The 2021 Hyundai iMax – the people mover variant of the Hyundai iLoad commercial van – has been caught with part of its rear camouflage missing. Images posted on Korean website Autospy show next-generation iMax sporting a rear spoiler, blockier LED tail-lights, and a slimmer rear bumper bar – which will assist in avoiding paint damage when loading bulky items into the iLoad's cargo area...

2018 Hyundai iMax, iLoad recalled

Hyundai Australia has recalled the 2018 iMax and iLoad, over concerns about the locking mechanism on the rear doors. According to the company, the locking mechanism on the rear sliding door could be defective and unable to hold the door open. When the vehicle is parked facing downhill, the holding mechanism could fail, making the door slide forward and slam shut...

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...

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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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