Hyundai Van Leases
If you're looking for a van with flexible loading options, large load compartment and a well equipped interior, then Hyundai van leasing ticks all the boxes! We invite you to browse through the Hyundia van contract hire and leasing packages available with LeaseVan. Need some help? Contact our friendly support staff who will be able to help you find competitive Isuzu van leasing deals.
Why lease a Hyundai
Founded in 1947, as the Hyundai Engineering and Construction Company by Chung Ju Yung, the Hyundai Motor Company was established in 1967. The first model, the Cortina, was released in cooperation with the Ford Motor Company in 1968.
Hyundai then hired George Turnbull, the former managing director of Austin Morris, British Leyland. In turn Turnbull brought in five of the best British car engineers - Kenneth Barnett (body design), John Simpson and Edward Chapman (engineers), John Crossthwaite (body engineer) and Peter Slater (chief development engineer). They began work straight away and in 1975 the Hyundai Pony, the first Korean car on the market, was released. Within a decade, in 1985, Hyundai built their one millionth car.
From the mid '70s Hyundai began to export their cars, beginning with Ecuador, Belgium, Luxemburg and the Netherlands. In 1984 exports began to Canada and the ‘Pony’ was the top selling car on the Canadian market. In 1986, Hyundai began to sell cars in the United States. The Excel was then nominated as one of the 'Top Ten Best Products' by Fortune Magazine - mainly due to its affordability.
From 1988 Hyundai began to produce models built with their own technology, starting with the Sonata. By the end of the decade Hyundai's production reached four million. In 1991 they gained technological independence with the development of the four cylinder Alpha, their own proprietary petrol engine, and its own transmission.
In 1996 Hyundai Motor India Limited was formed, along with a production plant near Calcutta. In 1998 Hyundai's marketing focus changed and began to overhaul their image to establish the company as a world class brand. Also in 1998, Hyundai acquired Kia Motors. Ownership of the company was transferred to Chung Ju Yung's son, Chung Mong Khoo in 1999 and Hyundai Motor Group invested heavily in the manufacturing process of their vehicles, including quality, design and long-term research.
In 2004 Hyundai was the second largest corporation in South Korea and was ranked second in 'initial quality' in an international survey. Today Hyundai has built upon its market to become one of the biggest car manufacturers in the world as well as one of the top 100 most valuable brands in the world. Since 2002 Hyundai have been sponsors of the FIFA World Cup. From 2011 Hyundai has been the world's fastest growing car brand for two years in a row.
The Russelsheim Design and Engineering Centre in Germany was built in 2005. This state of the art studio brings together engineers and designers from all over Europe - Hyundai are now in a prime position to design, engineer and manufacture vehicles in Europe, for the European market.
Hyundai has the world's biggest car manufacturing plant in Ulsan, South Korea. The plant builds 1.5 million cars per year - the equivalent of building one car every 20 seconds.
They also have the Europe's most modern and up to date car plant. Based in the Czech Republic, the Nosovice plant manufactures Hyundai vehicles using the latest technologies along with the most advanced waste systems. This gives the plant a high, quality output combined with minimal impact on the environment.
Here at leasevan.co.uk we offer the versatile and functional Hyundai iLoad van for lease. Available in three different options, Classic, Comfort and Comfort Crew Van, you will easily be able to find the iLoad to suit your business.
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