• Hyundai H1 Overview
  • Requirement to rent a vehicle in UAE

Hyundai H1 Overview

The rear-wheel-drive H1 is marketed as a contender in the minivan market for families, assuming you are looking just for obscene lot of space. It received a major makeover for 2008, and while its cabin has improved considerably, it appeals more to corporate groups as staff transportation rather than the jalopy of choice for large families who would like to travel in style and comfort. Still, Hyundai is promoting it as such. Powered by a 2.4-litre four-cylinder, it is available in various configurations, ranging from a 3-seater all the way to a 12-seater. The top spec is actually a 9-seater with power front windows, electric mirrors, an automatic gearbox and a two-tone paint job. The other models dont get any of those features, and manage with a manual gearbox. All trims get power steering, radio cassette player and air-conditioning with rear vents. Boasting uniquely configurable seats and extensive luggage space, other standard features include cloth seat coverings, while options include central door locks and front fog lamps. A drivers airbag is optional, and only the top 9-seater trim gets dual airbags. Rent Hyundai H1 and roam all over Dubai.

Requirement to rent a vehicle in UAE

If you're a UAE Resident...

  • UAE Driving License
  • Copy of Passport
  • Copy of Residential Visa
  • Copy of Emirates ID

If you're a Tourist / Visitor...

  • Driving License from Country of Origin
  • International Driving Permit
  • Copy of Passport
  • Copy of Visit Visa

Security Deposit

AED 1000 - AED 8000 depending on the car and the car rental company's policies is 'generally' secured for the rental period + 15 days

Note

Passport holders of GCC, US, UK, Canada and certain other countries can drive on their home country license in the UAE