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For those with big families or just those with a lot of friends to ferry around, the Hyundai i800 fits the bill. Sure, it might look like a van with windows but this car is about practicality. Eight people, along with their luggage, can easily be accommodated in the i800.

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Hyundai i800

2017 (17) 2.5 CRDi SE 8 seats 5-Door 

Low Mileage
9
£23,000
2017 (17)
Finance Available £452 pm
  • 2.5L
  • 4.3kMiles
  • Diesel
  • Manual
  • People Carrier
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Hyundai i800

2016 (16) 2.5 CRDI SE 5d AUTO 168 BHP 5-Door 

20
£16,000
2016 (16)
Finance Available £318 pm
  • 2.5L
  • 35.5kMiles
  • Diesel
  • Auto
  • People Carrier
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Hyundai i800

2016 (16) 2.5 CRDi [136] SE 5dr MPV 

Low Mileage
9
£17,995
2016 (16)
HPI Checked, Approved Inspection, Delivered to your door, UK Dealer Sourced
  • 2.5L
  • 13.2kMiles
  • Diesel
  • Manual
  • People Carrier
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Hyundai i800

2016 (16) 2.5 CRDI SE 5d AUTO 168 BHP 5-Door 

5
£16,999
2016 (16)
  • 2.5L
  • 14.9kMiles
  • Diesel
  • Auto
  • People Carrier
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Hyundai i800

2016 (16) 2.5 CRDi SE 8 seats 5-Door 

9
£16,789
2016 (16)
Finance Available £326 pm
  • 2.5L
  • 30.5kMiles
  • Diesel
  • Manual
  • People Carrier
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Hyundai i800

2016 (16) 5-Door 

9
£16,500
2016 (16)
Finance Available £325 pm
  • 2.5L
  • 27.4kMiles
  • Diesel
  • Auto
  • People Carrier
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Hyundai i800

2017 (17) 2.5 CRDi SE 5dr Auto 

10
£17,800
2017 (17)
Finance Available £383 pm
  • 2.5L
  • 14.6kMiles
  • Diesel
  • Auto
  • People Carrier
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About Hyundai i800 cars on Motors.co.uk

Most popular Colour Black
Most popular fuel type Diesel
Average Power delivery 155 BHP
Average fuel economy 35 MPG
Average price £16,342
Average mileage 24,322

Hyundai i800

The Hyundai i800 is one of the most spacious, practical and comfortable MPVs around. It’s a big beast that can seat 8 and is actually very refined despite its commercial van DNA. Commanding, impressive and quite handsome, if you need to move people and masses of luggage, this is by far the best auto to go for. Large families will absolutely love it!

The van on which it’s based has been around since 1997 in one form or another, although the i800 badge didn’t feature on MPV versions until 2007. It’s a huge vehicle by all stretches of the imagination, but its size is translated into a fabulously roomy interior. With some relatively punchy engines that include a 2.4 litre petrol and 2.5 litre diesel, it gets around with ease and is the perfect mini bus to service families, transport businesses or taxi firms alike.

From the outside it does indeed look like a van, but actually the design grows on you and is rather striking. The bold front grille and quirky curves above the wheel arches are some of the stand out features. This auto is all about interior comfort though, and it’s simply gargantuan in size. 8 people can sit in total comfort and the enormous 851 litres of boot space is enough to engulf all types of luggage, shopping or even a big dog; massive sliding side doors make embarking very easy too. The cabin is well designed overall and there’s a load of quality materials on show. All the controls are easy to use and the cockpit features a great driving position. Equipped with more kit than your everyday space ship, it certainly feels like a homely place for any length of mission.

For a mammoth sized car, the Hyundai handles superbly and feels like something much smaller. It is well balanced and the steering is very responsive which means it scores big points on agility and grip levels. Hardy and durably engineered, it can tackle tough back roads, motorways or even somewhat rough terrain, although driving in towns could take some practice due to the sheer size. A comfortable ride gives it a good feeling, and really it’s the real deal for families who need versatility and practicality in abundance. The punchy engines provide some decent speed and economy as well, so it’s not that expensive to run.

The good times continue when it comes to prices as well, as the i800 isn’t expensive at all. However nobody wants to pay full price if they can help it, so seeking out alternative means to get it for less is the name of the game. Luckily for you, Motors.co.uk is one of the premier used car websites in the UK and has a fantastic selection of pre owned cars for sale at substantially reduced prices. High quality is also a key feature, and this basically means you’ll be getting a perfect deal all around with a second hand Hyundai i800.

The simple fact remains that this car is an absolute wonder when it comes to transporting people. It’s certainly a big boy but is monumentally comfortable inside and a real pleasure to drive thanks to its car like characteristics. Bold and imposing to look at, 8 people can get in and be comfortable, and the juggernaut sized boot means it’ll cope with anything that’s thrown at it. What’s the point in getting a prissy little MPV when you can have this monster?