The 2016 Hyundai iLoad sees some additional equipment, but does it stack up for business buyers?Read the full review
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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...
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.
The 2016 Hyundai iLoad sees some additional equipment, but does it stack up for business buyers?
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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...