The Starex Van has plenty of space for professional working equipment, sport gear or holiday luggage and as a minibus, cabin comfort and refinement of the type normally associated with passenger cars.

Head lamps

The characteristic head lamp shape, gracefully flared into the bodywork, marks the Starex as a member of the Hyundai family.

Rear combination lamps

The lamp clusters wrap around the sides and group together the rear lights, reversing lights, direction indicators and reflectors.

Tilting doors

The hinge mountings allow the two front doors to open at a distinct angle in order to help the front seat occupants to access the vehicle more easily.

16” Steel wheels

These durable steel wheels are standard equipment across most of the range. Increased wheel sizes help to reduce running costs.

3-way washer nozzle

Redesigned high efficiency 3-way washer nozzles add clarity of vision without disturbing the flowing frontal treatment.

Variety is the spice of life

Hyundai’s design team has developed an interior equal of those in most of today’s high class passenger cars. You only have to look at or feel the great fit and finish of the components, and to appreciate the achievements of the designers, engineers and technicians.

Power window controls

Typical of the attention to detail, the driver’s door arm rest neatly incorporates the switches for the powered window lifts and rear view mirror adjusters

Sun visor

The sun visor on the driver’s side doubles as a handy pocket for motorway stickers and delivery documents.

Dual door pocket

For all the magazines, maps and paperwork that are essential on journeys, the front doors feature a clever combination of dual pockets.

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