With busy schedules, toxic city life, and unforeseeable daily events, every working individuals deserve a transport that is ergonomically designed to provide ample cabin space. While there are classy sedans out there that offer luxurious comfort, the quality is limited to their size and carrying capacity.
The solution is a larger and roomier transport vehicle like the H350 14-seater multi-purpose van from Hyundai. As a review, this vehicle was showcased at last year's Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) by Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI), the official distributor of Hyundai passenger and commercial vehicles in the Philippines.
Outside, it measures 6,195mm in length and 2,038mm in width, giving ample amount of legroom for the cabin. More especially, the vehicle is 2,856mm tall, which is a combination of overhead luggage compartments and cabin standing height. These measurements are complemented by the design of the exterior, such as the hexagonal grille and large headlights.
Talk about standing inside the H350, the higher roofline permits a 1,905mm cabin height. That allows a person with a max height of 6 feet and 3 inches to completely stand straight without having any issues. There is equal comfort quality inside the H350, as all seats are upholstered with faux-leather material. Even more, an electric-powered step board rolls down when passengers are about to get in and out of the vehicle.
Power-wise, it is equipped with a 2.5L CRDi diesel engine, which is paired to a 6-speed manual transmission. It is able to produce 170 hp and 421 Nm of torque, giving the vehicle a top speed of 156 km/h.
The H350 multipurpose van is now available in all Hyundai dealership across the country, with a price tag of P2,728,000 and comes with a 2-year (200,000 km) warranty.
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