Hyundai Grand Starex now with exterior updates, bodykit, Moonlight colour – exact same selling price, confined models

The Hyundai Grand Starex has been provided a minor update. The large 11-seater MPV now comes with a new Moonlight (dark blue) exterior colour, a bodykit (less complicated design and style in comparison to the past package) and new things these kinds of as ‘crystal’ tail lamps and a rear spoiler with stop lamp.

Obtainable in two variants – Government Additionally and Executive Moreover with Telematics – the Starex is driven by the common 2.5L diesel engine with 170 PS and 441 Nm of torque. The CRDi VGT unit is mated to a five-speed computerized transmission with Shiftronic, with electric power heading to the rear wheels.

The Executive Furthermore is priced at RM163,888 with income tax exemption, without having insurance coverage. The Govt As well as with Telematics goes for a RM2,000 quality at RM165,888. The telematics system will come with 6 companies namely Computerized Accident Detection, Crisis Support, Breakdown Aid, Services Assist, Connected Stability Characteristics (by means of cell application) and Stolen Car or truck Tracking.

“The Grand Starex is a person of our best-selling versions right after the Kona and Elantra simply because of its measurement, functionality and economical pricing. With confined units left, individuals who have been eyeing the Grand Starex ought to spot a booking quickly,” explained Lower Yuan Lung, MD Hyundai-Sime Darby Motors. He extra that the design is common amongst organizations and big families.

The other features that HSDM highlights are “swivel seats on the second row, a suite of basic safety capabilities and an overhead screen monitor”. The warranty is for 5 decades or 300,000 km.

The Grand Starex has continued to be marketed in this article regardless of the emergence of the Staria Top quality, which is far more high-class and also appreciably far more high-priced. HSDM rightly states that each significant MPVs are in distinctive segments, but with “limited units left”, this may possibly be the conclusion of the line for the prolonged-serving Starex.