Hyundai iMAX

Hyundai's eight-seat people mover has been a big hit down under against dedicated vans like Kia's Carnival and the Honda Odyssey, despite the move towards SUVs.

It's been a remarkable success, too, to the point where the Australian subsidiary is virtually begging its parent company to build more to fulfill demand. First launched in 2008 and facelifted twice in the interim, the iMax come with a 2.4-litre petrol auto, as well as a 100kW diesel manual and 125kW diesel auto. It also offers thorax airbags and multimedia touchscreens as standard kit.

Hyundai iMax Reviews

Editor's Pick

Hyundai iMax 2017 review

Hyundai’s contender in the under-$60k people mover segment boasts a decade-long heritage. But it, along with other established people movers, is being clobbered by Kia's acclaimed Carnival.Read more

2016

Hyundai iMax 2016 review

Chris Riley road tests and reviews the Hyundai iMax with specs, fuel consumption and verdict.Read more

Honda Odyssey, Hyundai iMax and Kia Carnival 2016 review

Craig Duff road tests and reviews the Honda Odyssey, Hyundai iMax and Kia Carnival with specs, fuel consumption and verdict.Read more

2012

Hyundai iMax 2012 Review

My friends had spent barely minutes inspecting the massive Hyundai iMax before one decided “Now this is what you take when you go camping.” “No,” another disagreed. ”This is what you camp in when you go camping”. While...Read more

Hyundai iMax 2012 Review

There’s a lot to be said for designing a people mover that’s based on a cargo van. Hyundai’s iMax is a classic example of this. While the iMax may not have the sleek look of something like a Toyota Tarago or Chrysler Voyager it has so...Read more

2009

Hyundai iMax 2009 Review

Not all people movers are the same. You may think that they can be simply lumped together as the family bus or van that people with a lot of kids need to buy. The sort of car that would never be anyone's first choice. Well, as someone who has driven...Read more
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Price Guide

$44,040

Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

Lowest Price

$40,790

Highest Price

$47,290

Range & Specifications

2017 People mover - Discontinued Jan 2017
(base)
MSRP
$47,290
ANCAP Rating
2017 Wagon
(base)
MSRP
$47,290
ANCAP Rating

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