The Hyundai H-1 is a panel van and minibus car brand Hyundai, which is being build since mid-1997.
Since early 2008, the second generation is on the market. In mainland China, however, the first generation is still built by Anhui Jianghuai Automobile under the name JAC M1 license. The current model is produced as JAC M2.
The first H-1 was based on the Mitsubishi L400. The derived from the H-1 Starex Van was Hyundai. This had either seven or nine seats. The models H-1 Starex and were offered in Germany since the fall of 1997. It was powered first by a 2.5-L turbo diesel engine Mitsubishi 4D56 originally with 59 kW (80hp). 1999 yet was followed by a version with 73 kW (99hp). In addition, a 2.4-L petrol engine with 82 kW (112hp) was available.
As part of a facelift in early 2003 of the self-developed 2.5-liter diesel engine with 103 kW (140hp) was introduced.
The loading volume at the H-1 was 5.71 m³, the payload was 1240kg. The tailgate could be like a Kombi after opening up, what a pleasant loading enabled. But it was also a version available with two-part hinged door.
Standard equipment for the H-1 were electrically adjustable exterior mirrors, a heated rear window, central locking, electric windows, power steering and an adjustable lumbar support for the driver’s seat, driver airbag and ABS. The Starex was in contrast to the H-1 higher-quality interior materials.
While all-wheel drive in other European countries such as Austria and Switzerland was available, this was not officially offered in Germany.
Moreover, it was from the beginning of 2000 in some European countries, the pick-up Hyundai Libero offered on the basis of H-1.
Hyundai H-1 (2003-2007)
Not in Germany: Starex with all-wheel drive
The current generation was introduced in February 2008. It is as H-1 Travel (combi) and H-1 Cargo (Van) available.
As in the first generation is the H-1, both with side-opening gullwing doors and a pivoting opening tailgate available. The H-1 Cargo has a payload of 987kg to 1111kg. Initially the 2.5 L CRDi diesel engine with 125 kW (170hp) was available, coupled with a 5-speed manual transmission, whereby the H-1 in 15.2 secondsfrom 0 to 100km/h and accelerated a top speed of 180km/h reached.
Since April 2011, a version of this engine with 85 kW (116hp) and a total consumption of 7.5 liters of diesel will be offered. Since October 2011, a 100-kW-/136-PS-Version the 2.5-liter engine adds the engine range. Both the 85 – and 100-kW version is equipped with a 6-speed manual transmission. The 125 kW version is now offered only with a 5-speed automatic transmission. The engine complies in all versions of the Euro-5 standard.
The model is marketed since 2007 by Dodge in Mexico as Dodge H100 Van/Wagon.
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