With a rise in seven-seat SUVs, and even smarter-looking MPVs, is the Hyundai iMax now redundant?
The ageing Hyundai iMax offers a value proposition in the people-mover segment. But, its best days are arguably behind it.
Hyundai has given its iMax people mover the go-fast treatment for this weekend’s World Time Attack Challenge – and we’ve driven it.
The 2016 Hyundai iMax Series II people-mover remains a no-frills and dependable van-based people-mover.
If you absolutely need eight seats, the Hyundai iMax is almost the default choice for the money.
It’s a great looking eight-seat people mover with a highly efficient diesel engine and an automatic transmission.
Honda Odyssey vs. Hyundai iMax Shuttle vs. Kia Grand Carnival vs. Mitsubishi Grandis vs. Toyota Tarago Models Tested: 2009 Honda Odyssey; 2.4-litre, four-cylinder, petrol; five-speed automatic; wagon - $43,990* 2009 Hyundai iMax Shuttle; 2.5-litre, four-cylinder, diesel; four-speed automatic; wagon - $42,490* 2009 Kia Grand Carnival; 2...
2008 Hyundai H1 iMax Shuttle CRDi Review & Road Test For the coin conscious buyer, iMax is a winner Model Tested: 2008 Hyundai H1 iMax Shuttle 2.5 litre turbo diesel manual - $39,990 (RRP) Options: Metallic Paint $350 (Fitted); Differential Lock $700 Strong & Flexible Engine, Acres of Space, Priced to Please Basic Interior, No Cruise Control or Rear Wiper CarAdvice Rating: (3...