3Hyundai iMax TQ-W

Hyundai iMax TQ-W (2008-2024)

 VerifiedAlso referred to as: Hyundai iMax TQ-W 2023 and Hyundai iMax TQ-W 2025.
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42 reviews · Statistics

PositivevsNegative
79% · 336 · 14%

Build Quality
4.4 (9)
Value for Money
4.4 (9)
Cleaning & Maintenance
4.4 (7)
Noise Level
4.2 (9)
Braking
4.7 (9)
Acceleration / Power
4.4 (8)
Gear Shifting
4.7 (6)
Suspension
4.6 (7)
Fuel Efficiency
4.2 (9)
Handling
4.4 (9)
Interior Design
4.2 (9)
Boot Size
4.8 (9)
Comfort
4.7 (9)
Features
4.1 (8)
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Reviews

42 reviews
Mumma5
Mumma5Queensland
 

Great Vehicle never missed a beat owned since new 2013 build 2014 buy

Solid, Reliable, Family !! Is what comes into mind when I think about my Imax, i love it as a single mum I've never had to worry never skipped a beat no issues at all and shes 10 years old now! I would consider buying a newer model but since it's know longer an option I'll keep loving the one I've got . Happy Mumma Show details
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Richard B.
Richard B.7 posts
 

great people mover very comfortable and roomy

just bought this 2016 petrol ex motel transport bus with 180000 km on it for 17000k. Fantastic to drive heaps of space. I went for a petrol due to the documented issues with the diesel and an unknown service history. Sure maybe a little thirstier but acceptable no worse than a falcon for example. I only need this short term for family event. The extra room is worth it. My biggest focus was a super clean interior which I found was harder to find. After now driving it for a few weeks I may even keep it longer. Very smooth and solid on the road. Probably my only criticism is no cruise control on this model but I can live with this. Highly recommend Imax for a roomy large family vehicle. Show details
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TerryC
TerryCNTDarwin, NT11 posts
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An absolute dream to climb in and drive anywhere

Used every day around town delivering kids to school and occasional lengthy trips on the highway, tows a large camper trailer/tent or our 5m pop top caravan with consumate ease Show details
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Turtle
Turtle3 posts
 

Great vehicle

Work driving on an expressway and camping driving up the coast and country
Daily commuting to work and holidays
Regularly at designated service times and if there was an issue
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jules
julesSAMetropolitan Adelaide, SA6 posts
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Happy Hyundai Customer

We have this model of Hyundai Imax and we think its brilliant.Used as an about town family van ,uses only unleaded which is great as it has a large tank so we get two weeks running around use out of it.smooth to drive and ease of manoeurvering.Have done all log book servicing through Hyundai which i reccomend.Overall a lovely family vehicle..julie williams Show details
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Hyundai mum
Hyundai mumQLDSouth East Queensland, QLD2 posts
 

Great for a big family !!

Great for a big family, i have plated 2013 brought early 2014, ive owned since New, never skipped a beat and never let me down . Great to drive & even fits a double mountain buggy in the boot sideways while set up!! a god send with the Twins. Great Mummy van !!  Show details
Selina
Selina2 posts
 

Good & cheap service &

We are very satisfied. It’s cheaper than other companies. We drove from GC to Brisbane & back. All went smoothly. The staffs are all helpful & friendly. We will use them again. Show details
Another Customer
Another CustomerWAPerth, WA17 posts
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Value for money

Great specious vehicle, probably you can live in it.
You must be a good driver as the van is big it is bit tough to park and get around.
Take fair bit of fuel though.
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Stacy
StacyQLDSouth East Queensland, QLD2 posts
 

2010 Market Value

Hi there, wanting feedback on the market value of a 2010 Hyundai iMax 8 seater fuel auto 170,000kms approx. The vehicle is service regularly. Clean and tidy inside. Had a touch up repaint. Show details
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Weapady
Weapady2 posts
 
Telelynx
Telelynx44 posts
 
stop the goats
stop the goatsperth147 posts
 
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Ruth
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Anon
AnonNSWSydney, NSW3 posts
 

Good engine poor plastic

We bought this car in 2014 and recently we started having issues where the dashboard fascia crashed and started to fall apart, cup holder also broke in the second year or so, power outlet socket came off in the third year.

I've also been extremely disappointed with the service centre where I take the car to get maintenance done but that's a different story.

The pros of this car is the space and and engine reliability.

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KarKarL
KarKarLVICGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC9 posts
 

Big family car

We bought our family 8 seater car in Feb 2017. We love this car cos it's a very spacious car. We just back from camping and we put even tower fan, 2 bicycles, 5 camp strechers , tents, blankets and all camp equipment into the car. Perfect size except the petrol is so so.

We understand the big car probably petrol is one of the concern. Other than that, the bluetooth is good too.

I love the air conditioning in the 2nd and 3rd rolls so my kids can adjust during the hot or cold day by themself.

One of dislike is the slide door is too heavy. I need to close harder.

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Questions & Answers

Julie G.
Julie G.

I have miss placed the bolts for the third row sat in my Hyundai imax 2013. Would anyone know the size I need to replace them.

TerryC
TerryC  

Go to a bolt retailer with the vehicle.

Beth I.
Beth I.

Can u add more seats in the imax so it's seats 10 instead of 8

TerryC
TerryC  

Would not think so as that proceedure would require an engineering certification and will probebly be illegal under ADR rules. Better to direct your question to Australian Design Rules if possible.

Richard B.
Richard B.  

No there would not be the room for more seats safely and a host of other issues around engineering, overloading, access etc . I would look for Toyota Hiace LWB . a factory built vehicle with seats commonly used a mini bus would be my suggestion.

Gordon M.
Gordon M.

Looking for better fuel consumption from my Imax 2019 auto Deisel, around town 15L per 100Ks driving very smoothly and staying under 2000 RPM. any advice for a better fuel consumption please.
On a trip away we averaged 8.5L per 100Ks, (Great)
Regards Gordon.

Richard B.
Richard B.  

i would probably get it scanned for any faults. My old diesel i load work van would get about 10-12L around town and 8.5 on trips . around town i used to lock out overdrive the average load was about 600kgs.

Gordon M.
Gordon M.  

Thank you, will give that a try.

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