• Hyundai H-1

The Hyundai H-1 is a minivan built by Hyundai Motor Company in South Korea and Indonesia. The first generation models were known in Europe as the Hyundai H-1 and as the Hyundai H200 in the Netherlands. For the second generation, Australian and UK models on the market are sold as the Hyundai iLoad (cargo version) and Hyundai iMax (people mover version), and in continental Europe as the Hyundai i800. European models, such as Australia is differentiated as the Hyundai H-1 Cargo (cargo version) and Hyundai H-1 Travel (people mover version)

Hyundai H-1 is also produced in China under the name JAC Anhui Jianghuai Automobile Refine by 2002 under license from Hyundai. It is a great success, with a market share of about 20%. Between 2003 and 2008, has consecutively won "MPV Year" and "Best Official Car" from 2004 to 2008. In 2007, he won "Best MPV" and "Best MPV for Government".

The H-1 H-100 Hyundai success in most countries. Like the Hyundai H-100, the first generation was based on Mitsubishi Delica Starex and was featured in a wide range of configurations, including minivan (MPV) and minibus, van, pick-up, taxi and ambulance. He had used a 2.5 SOHC 8-valve turbodiesel engine that has an output of 85hp (63 kW) at 4000 rpm and 170 Nm of torque. It offered ABS, LSD and an optional four speed automatic transmission, back up sensors and a driver’s airbag. It has 10 – or 12 – Security Settings. Starex/H-1 2000 version offers much more with a new front fascia, a new 2.5 DOHC 16-valve direct injection turbo diesel engine common that had a power of 123hp (92 kW) and 360 Nm of torque. The 3rd generation sports an entirely new body and two engine types: one 2.5SOHC base 8-valves turbo diesel engine with 110 hp (82 kW) and 232 Nm of torque and another 2.5DOHC 16-valve direct injection common with variable geometry turbo with class-leading 174 hp (130 kW) and 402 Torque nm. Top of the line model features a leather interior an overhead console and immobilizer. Aluminum accents, split, folding seats, all power features, climate control, keyless entry and DVD DVD with 6 speakers are standard.

The second-generation vehicle was introduced as the Grand Starex with larger and stronger CRDi engine. The CRDi engine is a 2.5-liter inline four-cylinder with variable geometry turbocharger (VGT) delivering 167 hp (125 kW 169hp) at 3,800 rpm 289 lb · ft (392 N · m) of torque between 2,000 and 2,500 rpm.

In Malaysia the Starex is available in a more luxurious variant with DVD player, 7-inch LCD screen and fully equipped with body kit. Called Grand Starex Royale the vehicle won many cars as Autocar Asean 2008 for Large MPV category, 1.er Place in fuel efficiency Bosch Auto Asia 2008 Luxury MPV Category with a combined fuel efficiency of 8.5l/100km and the New Straits Times/Maybank Car of the Year in the category of large carriers. The vehicle is also sold with the longest warranty in Malaysia detect a 5 year, 300,000km warranty.

In Indonesia, Hyundai Starex is available with the name of Hyundai H-1. Hyundai H-1 was introduced in 2008, with 3 options: GLS, elegance and XG. At first, only petrol engines is available for H-1. The diesel engine was produced in February 2010, when he decided to produce Hyundai H-1 in Indonesia for the ASEAN market. In Indonesia, a competitor of H-1 is Toyota Alphard. Also competes with Toyota Hiace in the Philippines.

In Thailand, the Starex is marketed as the Hyundai H-1. It comes in three variants, the Touring, Executive and Deluxe. All are equipped with 12 seats. The Executive and Deluxe badged as "Maesto" until a small change in 2011.

The Grand Starex "VIP" variant based on H-1 with 7 seats and a second row of "double VIP" seats can be electrically controlled in resting and leg support and 19-inch TV and DVD player are available in late 2010, then Grand Starex "Premium" with sliding "Double Super VIP" seats in the second row and smaller 10.2 inch DVD player available in late 2012 screen.