Wednesday, 14 August 2013

Hyundai Starex Rental, Budget Van Charter Kuala Lumpur, Chauffeur Driven MPV Rental


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The Hyundai Starex is a van built by the Hyundai Motor Company in South Korea and Indonedia. First generation models were known in Europe as the Hyundai H-1 and as the Hyundai H200 in the Netherlands. For the second generation, Australian and UK market models are sold as the Hyundai iLoad (cargo version) and Hyundai iMax (people mover version), and in Continental Europe as the Hyundai i800. European models, like those in Australia are differentiated as the Hyundai H-1 Cargo (cargo version) and Hyundai H-1 Travel (people mover version) in The Netgerlands it's called Hyundai H300. The People mover version of the H300 is for fleet only.

Starex is also produced in China under the name JAC Refine by Anhui Jianghuai Automobile since 2002 under Hyundai licence. It is very successful, with a market share of about 20%. From 2003 to 2008, it has consecutively won "Year's MPV" and "The Best Official Car" from 2004 to 2008. In 2007, it was gained "The Best MPV" and "The Best MPV for Government".

The Starex succeeded Hyundai Grace in most countries. Like the Hyundai Grace, the first generation Starex was based on Mitsubishi Delica and was offered available in a wide range of configurations, including minivan (MPV) and minibus, van, pick up, taxi, and ambulance. It had used a 2.5 SOHC 8-valve turbodiesel engine that has an output of 85 horsepower (63 kW) at 4000 rpm and 170 nm of torque. It offered ABS, LSD and an optional 4-speed automatic transmission, back up sensors and a driver's airbag. It has 10- or 12- seat configuration. Starex/H-1 2000 version offered much more with a new front fascia, a new 2.5 DOHC 16-valve commonrail direct injection turbo diesel engine that had an output of 123 horsepower (92 kW) and 360 nm of torque. 

The 3rd generation sports an all new body and two engine types: a base 2.5SOHC 8-valve turbo diesel engine with 110 horsepower (82 kW) and 232 nm of torque and another 2.5DOHC 16-valve commonrail direct injection with variable geometry turbo with a class leading 174 horsepower (130 kW) and 402 nm of torque. Top of the line model features a leather interior an overhead console and immobilizer. Aluminum accents, split, folding seats, all power features, climate control, keyless entry and DVD player with 6 speakers are standard.

The 2nd-generation vehicle was introduced as the Grand Starex with larger dimensions and much stronger CRDi engine. The CRDi engine is a 2.5-litre in-line 4-cylinder with Variable Geometry Turbocharger (VGT) delivering 167 hp (125 kW; 169 PS) at 3,800 rpm with 289 lb·ft (392 N·m) of torque between 2,000 and 2,500 rpm.

In Malaysia the Starex is available in a more luxurious variant with DVD player, 7-inch LCD panel and fully equipped with body kit. Called Grand Starex Royale the vehicle won many car awards such as the Autocar Asean 2008 for Large MPV category, 1st Place in Asian Auto Bosch Fuel Efficiency 2008 in Luxury MPV Category with a combined fuel efficiency of 8.5l/100 km as well as the New Straits Times / Maybank Car of the Year Award in the large MPV category. The vehicle is also sold with the longest warranty in Malaysia spotting a 5 Year, 300,000 km warranty.

In Indonesia, Hyundai Starex is available with the name Hyundai H-1. Hyundai H-1 is introduced in 2008, with 3 options: GLS, Elegance, and XG. At first, only petrol engines is available for H-1. The diesel engines came in February 2010, when Hyundai decided to produce H-1 in Indonesia for ASEAN market. In Indonesia, one of H-1's competitor is Toyota Alphard. It also competes with Toyota Hiace in the Philippines.

In Thailand, the Starex is marketed as the Hyundai H-1. It comes in three variants, the Touring, Executive and Deluxe. All come with 12 seats. The Executive and Deluxe were badged as "Maesto" until a minor change in 2011.
The Grand Starex "VIP" variant based on H-1 with 7 seats and a 2nd-row "Double VIP" seats that can electrically control on recline and leg support and 19-inch TV and DVD player are available in late 2010, and then Grand Starex "Premium" with sliding "Double Super VIP" seats on 2nd row and smaller 10.2-inch DVD player screen available in late 2012.

Wednesday, 15 May 2013

Hyundai Starex MPV Rental Malaysia

Hyundai Starex 2.5 GLS


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 Please take note that the rates stated excludes Collision Damage Waiver  (CDW) insurance.
Note : Please email us for requests of weekly and monthly rates
Monthly Rates available on request


 RM 500.00
Hyundai Starex
  • Minimum 2 days rental
  • We require a minimum of RM 500.00 to RM 1000.00 refundable deposit. This is to cover cost of minor dents and other minor damages on the vehicles.
  • Other makes & models are available upon request
  • Long Term rentals are available on requests
  • All cars are fitted with radio cassette or cd player, air-conditioning , alarm and power steering.
  • Minimum 2 days rental.
  • Gasoline
  • Delivery, Collection and Re-Positioning charges
  • 10% Service Charge
  • 4.5% Credit Card e-commerce charges
  • Personal Accident Insurance
  • Vehicle Entry Permit and Road Pricing Permit for entry into Singapore
  • Tolls, Parking and Summons
  • Collision Damage Waiver
     Weekly and Monthly Rates available on request               

Car Group
Excess LiabilityNon-Waiveable ExcessDailyWeekly
Hyundai Starex
RM 8,000RM 5000RM 70RM 300
Hirer will be liable for the above liability for any loss and damage to the rented vehicle.  However, accepting CDW may reduce the liability to Minimum shown in the Non-Waiveable Excess column. The hirer is obliged to promptly report any accident, theft or vandalism involving the vehicle to Leisure & Incentive Tours Sdn Bhd office and the nearest police station within 24 hours. A valid police report is required.  Failure to comply  with the above may void all liability protection.  CDW does not cover the following:-
  1. Damage to any parts of the vehicle including dents and scratches not caused as a result of accident but the negligence of the hirer / additional driver.
  2. Loss or damage to accessories aside from normal wear and tear.
Delivery And Collection
Delivery and collection charges vary with distance.. Please check with our staff upon booking. Discounts for corporate booking is available.

Daily rental rates cover a full 24 hours with unlimited mileage. Rates include maintenance and engine oil but petrol is excluded. Excess hours is calculated at 1/6 of the daily rental rates. for  the first 5 hours and a full day rate will be charge for extension more than 5 hours.  Rental rates are subject to 10% service charge and 4.5 % e-commerce credit card charge.
Rates include coverage of 3rd party property damage up to RM100,000.00 and 3rd party passenger liability. Cover for loss of the car by fire or theft are included with the cover for damage of the car in excess of, as indicated in the schedule below.
Excludes Personal Accident Insurance (PAI)
Charges through MasterCard and Visa Card are welcome.
Petrol & Traffic Related Offences
Petrol is not included in our rates. The hirer will also be responsible for any summons or fines issued by the Malaysian Traffic Police. Road Transport Department or local municipal authorities. This will be stated in  our  agreement. 
Driver's Requirements
The driver must be between 23 and 65 years of age and in possession of a current local or valid overseas international license with qualified driving experience of at least two (2) years.
Extension of Rental
Should the renter wish to extend the rental, it is most important that the renting station be advised immediately and the required additional amount be paid so that the insurance coverage is extended. Failure to do so may mean the hirer is driving the vehicle without insurance.
 Vehicle Entry Permit
For entering Singapore, you are required to purchase the Autopass Card to pay for the Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) and toll charges before entering the Causeway and the Tuas checkpoints, during weekdays, while entry is only free on Saturdays, Sundays and gazetted public holidays in Singapore. The hirer will be responsible for any summons or fines issued by the Singapore Traffic Police for failure to obtain this card. There will be an additional one time charge of RM 100.00
Safety Precautions before and while drivingUpon Delivery of vehicles
Review maps and other visitor information before leaving the rental car area or other location. Reading a map while driving is dangerous and can indicate you are unfamiliar with the area. Always ask for directions before leaving the rental counter.

At airports, rental car plazas or other transportation terminals, do not leave luggage unattended. If there is more than one person in your party, assign someone to stay with the bags. Only the renter and any additional drivers are required to rent the car.
Your Vehicle
Familiarize yourself with the vehicle's safety equipment, including hazard lights, windshield wipers, the spare tire, seat belts and door locks. Always be alert to your surroundings and know how to reach your destination prior to your departure.

Make sure the vehicle always has plenty of gasoline.
Crime Prevention
Don't stop if a passing motorist tells you that something is wrong with your vehicle or if someone bumps you from behind. Pull into the nearest service station or well-lit public area. Call the police.

At stoplights, leave plenty of room between your vehicle and the one in front of you in case you must pull away quickly. Always keep doors locked and windows rolled up when driving or when parked. Keep valuables in the trunk or in the locked glove compartment.
Learn emergency vehicles' signals. Police lights are red and blue. Do not stop for flashing white headlights alone. Do not resist in the rare event that a stranger demands your valuables. Your well-being is more important than your belongings. Always use seat belts. It is the law and may save your life in the event of an accident.
Don't pick up hitchhikers under any circumstances. Always be aware of the pedestrian traffic around your vehicle. Always park in a well-lit area. Have car keys in hand and check in and around the car before entering.
Don't take shortcuts to save time or exit expressways prematurely to save tolls. Tolls are a nominal charge, change is available at many booths, and your safety is most important.
Use automated teller machines only in busy, unobstructed areas and count your money inside the car with the doors locked.
Stay Secure In Your Vehicle
If your car malfunctions on a major thoroughfare, lock the doors, turn on the hazard lights and wait for the police to arrive. If someone offers help, have them call the police.

Don't pull over to assist what may appear to be a disabled car, even if someone tries to wave you down. If you have a cellular phone, call the police for them.
Drive to a service station or store if you need information or directions. Casual street-corner directions are the surest way to get lost.
These safety tips are general common-sense suggestions from Avis. The safety of you and your passengers is most important. However, remember that personal safety is your responsibility. Do what you think is best under the circumstances. Above all, stay alert and be cautious.