The 2007 Hyundai H-1 Starex is an all-new business van, which was made public to the members of the media on May 25th in Kyungju, South Korea. Being available in passenger and cargo versions, the vehicle is fitted with the 2.5 Common Rail Diesel Injected A engine. However, customers are offered a gasoline power plant option, embodied by the 2.4-liter Theta engine which raises a power output of 175ps and 23.2kg.m of torque.
Reaching a top speed of 185 km/h, the Theta offers an improved fuel consumption of 7.0 km per litre. It is scheduled to enter production in August this year.
The H-1 (Domestic name: Starex), Hyundai`s all-new business van, was introduced to members of the media on May 25th in Kyungju, South Korea.
The vehicle is available in commercial (cargo) and passenger versions and fitted with the 2.5 Common Rail Diesel Injected A engine. In addition to a Euro-IV compliant engine and turbocharged intercooled engine, Hyundai now offers a gasoline powerplant option, the 2.4-liter Theta engine which delivers 175ps and 23.2kg.m of torque.
Theta can propel the new H-1 to a maximum speed of 185km/h and boasts a fuel economy rating of 7.0 km per litre. Annual sales for the H-1 are projected to reach 115,000 units with the Korean market accounting for 65,500 units of the total.
The H-1 enters production in August this year.
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