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Ten Second Review
When there's no substitute for sheer size, the Hyundai i800 eight-seater people carrier might well be the last name to be crossed off your shortlist. Unlike virtually all other large MPVs, it can take eight people - and all their luggage. And for a price that'll surprise you. Big and clever then: a strong combination.
If you regularly transport seven or eight people, then you'll already know that most large MPVs have one pretty significant drawback: with all the seats in use, you can't fit much luggage in. Which isn't much use, unless you're carrying a penniless party of refugees fleeing from an oppressive dictator. That's why larger families or businesses regularly needing to transport clients often need something even bigger. Something like this - Hyundai's i800. Such vehicles offer a whole different world from something Sharan or Galaxy-sized. It isn't just the provision of eight, rather than seven seats but the fact that behind these chairs, there's room enough for everyone's baggage, without resorting to roof boxes or trailers. And that makes all the difference. Van-based contenders like the Mercedes V-Class and the Volkswagen Caravelle have traditionally ruled the roost in this sector - but charged very heavily in doing so. A perfect opportunity then, for a more value-orientated approach. Let's check it out.
Rather than using the same chassis as a commercial vehicle, this people carrier has a purpose-made coil sprung rear suspension system with five locating links to ensure optimum ride quality and manoeuvrability. As you might well expect, you're not going to see the i800 gracing the cover of evo magazine anytime soon, this Hyundai not doing a whole lot to hide its H-1 van roots. Still, despite the fact that it never feels anything other than a big, tall bus, the i800 does get a very good diesel engine. The 2.5-litre unit comes in two states of tune, offering 136PS with a manual gearbox or 170PS with automatic transmission. We'd go large. The 170PS unit offers a massive 392Nm of torque; enough to ensure that the i800 never feels sluggish, even with a full load. At the wheel, you sit high up in command of a huge glass area, with parking aided by standard reversing sensors. It all means that unless you're a very nervous sort - or trying to manoeuvre round somewhere very tight - you quickly forget that this Hyundai is anything out of the ordinary at all in terms of its bulk. There's even a reasonably tight 5.6m turning circle.
Design and Build
Park the Hyundai i800 outside your neighbours house and you may well have them googling their claims to 'Right to Light'. It's a big unit, the 5125mm length making it longer than a Mercedes S-Class and the 1925mm height making it taller than Rio Ferdinand in stockinged feet. While it's not going to win any beauty prizes, that blockhouse shape is undeniably the most efficient way of maximising internal space. That eternal quandary that faces most MPV owners (namely that when they've loaded the vehicle with passengers, there's nowhere to put the bags) just doesn't apply with the i800. Even with eight up, there's a 581-litre luggage bay - almost twice as much as some estate cars. The car features a pair seats in front and two benches behind, each accommodating three adults in comfort with uncompromised head and legroom. Both rear benches feature a 60:40 split-fold and recline while the centre row also slides forwards or backwards to tailor space as required. All of the rear seats are accessed by pair of sliding doors, making access easy wherever the i800 is parked. Once inside, the ambience is far more car-like than other 'minibus' style rivals, with two-tone interior trim, privacy glass, a six-speaker audio system and ducted air conditioning throughout. Individually-controllable overhead vents in the rear make sure all of the occupants can keep their cool.
Market and Model
The i800's value proposition can best be put into context by the fact that the closest comparable vehicle, the Volkswagen Caravelle, would cost around £36,000 when equipped to the level of a Hyundai i800. Given that the i800 costs around £27,500 in 136PS form or around £30,000 in 170PS guise, it looks very competitive value for money indeed. There's plenty of equipment too, regardless of whether you go for 'SE' or 'SE Nav' trim. Air conditioning with second row controls, power front windows and mirrors, a heated driver's seat, a decent quality 6-speaker MP3-compatible stereo with steering wheel controls as well as USB and AUX connections, rear privacy glass, front foglamps, alloys wheels and reversing sensors are all standard. Safetywise, there's just two front airbags but you do get ESP stability control, ABS with brakeforce distribution, traction control and second row ISOFIX child seat mounting points.
Cost of Ownership
If you need a vehicle this big for your family duties, it's probably fair to assume that your brood isn't exactly cheap to run and that any savings made on transport will come in very welcome. Good news then, that despite its torquey performance, the i800's engines are also capable of decent economy. The 136PS version manages 31.7mpg on the combined cycle (WLTP) and 222g/km of CO2 (NEDC) and even the 170PS variant we tried manages 28.0mpg (WLTP) which, thanks to the 75-litre tank, means you could go more than 560 miles between fill-ups. Emissions for the auto version aren't especially saintly at 244g/km (NEDC) - unless you divide them by the number of people that this car can carry - in which case they start to look very good indeed. Insurance is group 31 and there's the usual long Hyundai five year warranty.
By Jonathan Crouch
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Key Standard Features*
- Solid - Creamy white
- Solid paint
- Cloth - Grey
|Electric front windows|
|Drivers window one touch up/down|
|Flush sliding side windows|
|Intermittent front wash/wipe|
|Parking system with rear camera and guidance system|
|7" touch screen sat nav with TMC|
|Electric door mirrors|
|Auto dimming rear view mirror|
|Steering wheel audio controls|
|Auxiliary input socket|
|RDS radio with MP3 player|
|Exterior Body Features|
|Body colour door handles|
|Two tone side mouldings and bumpers|
|Sliding rear side doors|
|Front fog lights|
|Electronic headlamp levelling|
|Daytime running lights|
|Automatic headlights with dusk sensor|
|Row 2 passenger Air Conditioning controls|
|Leather steering wheel|
|Height/reach adjust steering wheel|
|Front door pockets|
|12V Accessory socket|
|Overhead console with sunglasses holder|
|Leather gear knob|
|Illuminated Cigarette Lighter and Ashtray|
|2nd row door pockets|
|Interior mood lighting|
|Front map reading lights|
|Door courtesy lamps|
|Driver and passenger airbags|
|Height adjustable front seatbelts|
|Front side airbags|
|Childproof rear door locks|
|Tyre pressure monitoring system|
|Heated front seats|
|Front seat back map pockets|
|Height adjustable driver's seat|
|Height adjustable head restraints|
|60/40 split folding slide/recline seats 2nd row|
|2nd row isofix seat anchorage|
|Front seat belt pre-tensioners with load limiters|
|60/40 split double folding and reclining 3rd row seat|
|Alarm and remote central locking|
|Sunvisors with illuminated vanity mirrors|
|Wheels - Alloy|
|16" alloy wheels|
|Wheels - Spare|
|Full size spare wheel|
|0 to 60 mph (secs)|
|0 to 62 mph (secs)||14.4|
|Engine Power - BHP||170|
|Engine Power - KW||125|
|Engine Power - PS|
|Engine Power - RPM||3600|
|Engine Torque - LBS.FT||325|
|Engine Torque - MKG||45|
|Engine Torque - NM||441|
|Engine Torque - RPM||2000|
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