Staria Load Premium – driven for 2024

Staria Load Premium – Some of the most underappreciated worker on our roads every day are the delivery drivers and tradies. It seems that they spend all day in their vans, which sometimes aren’t that comfortable.

Hyundai STARIA LOAD Premium front quarter 2Well, enter the Hyundai Staria Load Premium. This Commercial vehicle is based on the same platform and diesel engine as the Palisade. It drives like a big SUV and brings a host additional functional and comfort features to the segment.

The 2.2L diesel engine matched to the familiar 8 Sp AT is an economical, powerful and responsive combination. Plenty of zip around town, handles a load with ease and sips fuel while its doing it.

Highlights are

  • 25-inch driver instrument cluster and
  • 25-inch central touch screen,
  • LED headlights,
  • 17-inch alloy wheels,
  • automatic climate control,
  • smart key with push button start,
  • and a smart power tailgate.

It does have a wireless charging slot for smart phones which is excellent, but wired mirror connectivity unfortunately.

Overall the Staria Load Premium version makes for a pleasant place to spend the day working

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Readers can find more details on Staria Load Premium HERE 


Hyundai STARIA LOAD Premium instrument cluster

What is good?

  • Engine/transmission
  • Large practical load area
  • Good ride and handling

What is not so good?

  • No AWD version
  • Would like a little more leg room
  • No crew van version


Instead of the Staria Load buyers could also look at.

The medium work van segment is popular but competitive.

Buyers could also look at the Toyota HiAcePeugeot Expert, Renault Traffic,   VW MultivanLDV G10+


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