New Hyundai i800

Comfortable and roomy, the Hyundai i800 is the ideal people carrier for up to eight passengers. With the latest in interior comfort and a powerful, efficient engine range, Berkeley Vale Motors is proud to offer this outstanding vehicle as part of our Hyundai range.


The i800 stands out among people carriers as being genuinely good-looking, a trait not often shared by this type of vehicle. Thanks to exterior features like privacy glass and alloy wheels, it often creates an impression on bystanders envious of its surprisingly graceful appearance. The inside, however, is where the design really counts. High-quality materials abound, with air conditioning as standard and 851 litres of boot space in addition to the eight full-size seats. The seats are adjustable too, meaning that if you need even more luggage space, it's there.

New Hyundai i800 Front Exterior
New Hyundai i800 Interior
New Hyundai i800 Rear Exterior


The i800 boasts a 2.5-litre CRDi engine, outputting a maximum of 168bhp, with the option of either a five-speed automatic or six-speed manual transmission. All that power means that it's able to tow loads of up to 750kg, in addition to any passengers or luggage on board.

New Hyundai i800
New Hyundai i800 Front Headlight


Safety is always a priority, and especially in this type of vehicle. That's why Hyundai has fitted the i800 with the latest safety features, including driver and passenger airbags, ISOFIX seating on the second row of seats, and active features including anti-lock brakes and Electronic Brake Force Distribution. With the i800, you can rest assured knowing that whoever is on board will be well-protected.


If you're looking for a reliable, practical people carrier with lots of room and a sense of style, it would be difficult to find anything better than the Hyundai i800. For more information, or to book a test drive, please contact Berkeley Vale Motors in Thornbury, Gloucestershire today.

Hyundai i800 360° View

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