The Hyundai iMax is one of the most efficient people movers in Australia and weâ€™re proud to use it here at Black Bow Chauffeur. The Hyundai iMax 8 seater offers a good diesel engine that churns out decent performance. This makes it a very efficient and useful solution when it comes to airport transfers, wedding transfers, corporate transfers, conference transfers, student transfers, day trips and tours, college and university transfers, hotel transfers, funeral transfers, birthday transfers and special event transfers in addition to sports event transfers in case there is a big group of people involved. We prefer the iMax for its comparative reliability and oodles of space. The car comes with super comfy seats for all passengers in addition to possessing air conditioning vents in all three rows. The boot is big even with all three rows occupied and ride quality is at par with several German luxury cars.
The bigger the load on offer, the happier will this car be! This car seems to be the perfect solution in terms of both luxury and comfort when there are eight people travelling in addition to there being a sizeable amount of luggage stowed away in the boot. The eight seater variant also comes with a powerful and refined 2.5 litre diesel engine which churns out sufficient torque and horsepower alike. Being an eight seater, The Hyundai iMax is certainly the leading player in the people mover segment and comes with several attractive features including six speed manual transmission systems for better ride quality, iPod connectivity through USB and Bluetooth audio streaming among others. The best part is that this car does not quite feel big and cumbersome by all means. This can be parked quite easily with some help from the rear sensors. The high driving position makes this a safer car to drive and the hydraulic steering works well in a variety of conditions. Body roll is also minimal when it comes to taking corners.
The manual transmission system helps scale up power figures to 100 kW while the five speed automatic variant dishes out 125 kW. The torque figures range between 343 and 392 Nm depending upon the variant, engine and total load. The car is good to drive and offers lower carbon dioxide emissions as compared to several other vehicles. Emission stats stand at 213 g/km for manual transmission systems and 238 g/km in the automatic variant. The car is decently powerful and the manual transmission offers quick and reliable shifting. The front seats come with luxurious folding armrests and perches while the other seats offer super premium quality and lateral support in addition to Isofix points. There is ample room for entering and exiting the last row.
The Hyundai iMax also comes with dual sliding doors which are manually operated. The boot area is huge even with the third row completely occupied. There are air conditioning vents present in the second and third rows alike. There is a DVD player, roof racks, portable cooler option, storage compartments, cup holders, power mirrors and windows and several safety features including ESP, ABS, electronic brake force distribution and traction control in addition to airbags.