Would you recommend buying a Hyundai iLoad?

Would you recommend buying a Hyundai iLoad?

Asked on 31 October 2017 by Adrian Bebbington

Answered by Dan Powell
The Hyundai iLoad was a good van in its day, but most on the used market are old and tired now, which is reflected in its patchy MoT pass rates: vans.honestjohn.co.uk/mot/hyundai/iload

That said, they were decent to drive and great value. The iLoad was also sold with Hyundai’s five-year 100,000 mile warranty and I’d be tempted if I found a 2013 model, with a full history, modest mileage and warranty. For the full Hyundai iLoad review and list of reported problems, see: vans.honestjohn.co.uk/van-reviews/hyundai/iload-20.../
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