2007 Hyundai Porter / H-100 NCAP Frontal Impact (KNCAP)
Compact rear-wheel delivery mini-trucks and vans of the first generation Hyundai Porter, unified on the chassis with H100 vans, were produced in Korea since 1998, and since May 2005 they began to be assembled using CKD technology at the TagAZ plant in Russia.
The new generation Porter II debuted in January 2004 in Korea, and later in other Asian markets (like the H100). Since 2006, the assembly of the model called H100 began in Turkey for the domestic market of this country.
Porter comes with an onboard platform, equipped with an awning, or a box body. The Hyundai Porter chassis offers: manufactured goods vans and isothermal vans from a galvanized sheet with polymer coating (polystyrene foam, 50 mm heat-insulating layer thickness), isothermal vans from sandwich panels (polyurethane foam, 50 mm thick heat-insulating layer) and bread vans with separate compartments .
Dimensions Porter 4750/1690/1930 mm; dimensions of the all-metal body are 2785/1600/355 mm, and the side metal platform with an awning is 2785/1660/1700 mm. The base is 2430 mm. 1455 mm track width at the front wheels and 1380 mm at the rear. The curb weight is 1660 kg, and the maximum carrying capacity is 1200 kg (for the on-board vehicle) and 950 kg (for the tilted one). Minimum ground clearance - 150 mm.
Since 2006, 4 models of the Taganrog assembly have been offered on the Russian market (two for the Bort version and two for the Van). The list of basic equipment includes: fuel filter heater, electric windows, spare wheel, audio package, cigarette lighter, brake force regulator, fog lights, clutch booster, interior heater, digital clock, vinyl sun visors, fabric upholstery for seats and doors and seat belts. For an extra charge rely adjustable steering column, CH, lights ignition, air conditioning and tachometer. All cars produced in our country have Russian specifics: reinforced suspension, increased ground clearance, galvanized body and anti-corrosion treatment.
All Russian versions of the truck are equipped with a D4BF turbodiesel (with injection pump) with a volume of 2,476 liters R4 8V (80 hp / 1800 rpm, 200 Nm / 2000 rpm) and a 5-speed manual transmission. The average consumption of diesel fuel is 11 liters per 100 km.
A 3-seater (according to the manufacturer) cab is placed on the vehicle, but in fact only two people can comfortably accommodate it.
The finish and equipment of the cabin resemble the passenger compartment; the build quality and fit of the trim parts are not bad. The driver's seat with side supports has two adjustments - longitudinal and according to the degree of the backrest. The controls are quite comfortable. Three-spoke steering column does not obscure the concise and well-read instrument cluster. The climate control unit is made of slide switches. Short brake pedal.
Independent spring suspension in front and spring dependent rear. Front disc brakes, rear drum, quite tenacious. ABS installed on request. The standard tire size is 185R14.
Low loading height greatly facilitates the process of loading and unloading, and the bonnet layout and the on-board platform, which does not protrude beyond the dimensions of the cabin, greatly facilitate maneuvering in tight urban conditions.
The Porter II / H100 family comes with a new cabin design and interior that is as close as possible to modern passenger models and SUVs. The design of the chassis has not undergone any special changes; it is still a sturdy spar frame and spring rear suspension.
Porter II / H100 is equipped with the following engines: 2.4 l petrol R4 8V (112 hp, 188 Nm), diesel (with fuel injection pump) 2.6 l R4 8V (79 hp, 190 Nm) and a turbo diesel volume 2.5 liters R4 8V (105 hp, 245 Nm).
Maneuverable and compact, the Hyundai Porter is well suited for use in urban environments. To drive a truck enough driver's license category "B". Outwardly low-key car is able to make a serious competition to "Gazelle" and second-hand import models that have already settled in this segment of the domestic car market.